Centre for Community Partnerships

 

Welcome to the CCP!

The Centre for Community Partnerships was founded to develop, with community organizations, partnerships that are defined, sustainable and action-oriented for students on all three University of Toronto campuses.  These partnerships have a dual aim to build educational capacity within communities of the GTA and Peel regions, and to enhance and broaden student learning.  Through the establishment of academic and co-curricular service opportunities, students enhance their learning of the social, cultural, ethical, and political dimensions of civic life.

 

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Upcoming Events

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Respond to community identified needs and get experience in the City of Toronto

You can:

  • tutor and mentor youth
  • work with children
  • visit with seniors
  • support literacy in the community (learn more and apply)

 

 

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February 17-19, 2015


Make a positive difference and gain valuable leadership skills!

 

Registration is now open!

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We Belong!

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Toronto’s Municipal Election

Join us on Monday, January 19, 2015 at 6pm-9pm for an engaging panel discussion and reflective groups conversations

 

 
 

In Focus

Talking Walls: Student Voice Exhibition

Amidst the dim corridors of Hart House hung this exhibition organized by one of our very own, Jody Chan.

 

“Our hope is that students will see how important their voice becomes when they speak together with others who are sharing their experiences(...)
 

Planning for Change: Community Development in Practice

JPG 1812 Planning for Change: Community Development in Practice is a yearlong graduate course (September-April) that provides the unique opportunity to gain valuable practical experience as well as an introduction to research skills and analytical tools that connect critical theory to community development work. (Read more...)

 

Building a better Toronto: Alternative Reading Week

While some university students spent Reading Week hitting the books or hitting the sack, hundreds of University of Toronto students were busy hitting nails on the head – or painting murals and running science workshops for elementary school kids, as part of the Alternative Reading Week Days of Service program (ARW). (Read more...)

 

Interested in Access and Success in Post-Secondary Education?

If you are a teacher, guidance counsellor, youth outreach worker or aspiring student interested in access to post-secondary education, visit Post Secondary is Possible.