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10) The Break Zone

The Break Zone is an offering of stress reducing activities and ideas, free to students.  It is a partnership of the Faculty of Physical Education and Health, Hart House and the Youth Wellness Network (YWN) -

http://www.facebook.com/YouthWellnessNetwork
http://blogs.studentlife.utoronto.ca/UpbeaT/2010/11/30/get-in-the-zone-with-break-zone/
 

11) Academic Success Center

 

Want to develop a solid study plan?  Procrastinated yourself in a hole?

Feeling anxious about exams?  Now might be a good time to visit the Academic

Success Centre - before the December gets here.  Booking an appointment with

an Academic Skills Counsellor to work through any of your academic concerns

also counts as an experiential learning opportunity under the Build Your

Experience section of your Blueprint.  For more information on the Academic

Success Centre, please visit http://www.asc.utoronto.ca.

 

 

12) Homelessness: How does it happen?

 

Monday, December 6, 5:00pm departure

Centre for Community Partnerships, Koffler House (3rd Floor, 569 Spadina

Crescent)

Offered by the Centre for Community Partnerships in partnership with the

Salvation Army Gateway, this street walk and discussion will explore the

complex realities of life on the street. Take a walk around major sites and

services in the downtown core and learn about the challenges of street life

from someone who has been there.

Register online at http://ccp.utoronto.ca/Students/eventsdetail.htm?sid=51

 

 

13) Finding Full Time Work (Career)

 

Tuesday, December 7, 11:00am to 1:00pm

Career Centre Seminar Room, Koffler Student Services Centre (214 College

Street)

Offered by the Career Centre, this workshop will help you uncover valuable

techniques that will enable you to find unadvertised work opportunities.

Learn and practice strategies to make contact with employers such as

networking, cold and information interviews.

Register online at http://www.careers.utoronto.ca/calendar/calendar.aspx

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