UofT Urban Studies students delivery workshop on technology to Academic Upgrading learners

UofT Urban Studies students delivery workshop on technology to Academic Upgrading learners

UofT Urban Studies students interview Regent Park Catering Collective members to help develop content for the Collective's website

UofT Urban Studies students interview Regent Park Catering Collective members to help develop content for the Collective’s website

“That’s why the internship program was so valuable,” said Erin Kang, a graduate of U of T’s, Urban Studies Program. “A lot of it is all about making connections, and those connections result in a lot of their own ripple effects.”

CCL&D would like to acknowledge Shauna Brail, director of experiential learning initiatives and the students from the University of Toronto’s, Urban Studies Program for helping us nurture stronger possibilities for the individuals we serve and helping us build stronger communities. They have made an invaluable contribution to our programming run out of the TD Centre of Learning: delivering workshops for Academic Upgrading, IWIP and the Food Incubator Program.

You can read about Shauna and the impact the students that she manages are having in the city of Toronto including Regent Park here(link).