Community Action Projects at the University of Toronto Scarborough connect students to long-term (3-6 months) engagement opportunities within the Scarborough community.
Participating in a Community Action Project is a great way for UTSC students to learn, develop – professionally and personally, apply academic learning, take action for social change, and to honour their learning journey through university in the context of being an active participant in society.
Interested in participating in a Community Action Project? Complete our community engagement registration form.
Once a week UTSC students mentor children and youth in the TAIBU L.E.A.R.N. Academic Support Program.
Twice a week UTSC students mentor children and youth in the Rogers Raising the Grade Program.
Every Saturday UTSC students help to facilitate a science club located in a Toronto Community Housing building in the Kingston-Galloway community.
For one hour a week during the school year UTSC students take on the role as In-School Mentors with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto.