Second-year students, it’s time to level up and make the most of this year ✨
It’s common for students to feel a little less structure in their second year. Plus, you might feel like you could’ve gotten better grades or accomplished more of your goals. You’re not alone. Participate in Level Up to access a community of support this year. Think of it like a close-knit social club, a collection of helpful resources and a series of group career counselling and academic coaching sessions — all in one.
Sessions take place in the Writing and Academic Skills Hub (Mills Library L215), every Thursday at 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET. (no session during Reading Week).
Level Up is an informal, accessible environment where you can identify areas to improve, work toward your goals and more.
- Learn from staff with extensive educational and career counselling backgrounds.
- Collaborate and connect with other second-year students who are experiencing the same challenges.
- Make a plan to help meet your goals and explore career and education options.
- Evaluate your personal skills, strengths, interests and career values.
- Identify academic skills that could help you improve your performance and get better grades.
- Identify personal skills like time management that can help you stay on track.
- Learn strategies to support your skills development.
Tip: Remember all those career and academic questions you’ve collected since you started university? Register for the program to gain weekly access to peers and experts who can help.
- Register for the program to access eight sessions to help you get through this year and start planning ahead. We strongly encourage you to attend each session.
- Sessions take place in the Writing and Academic Skills Hub (Mills Library L215) every Thursday at 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET. (no session during Reading Week). We’ll provide the snacks!
- Sessions range from workshop-style to peer-based conversations to help you meet your goals academic and career goals.
Participate in the full program to receive a reference or LinkedIn endorsement from SSC staff
There’s a reason we call this program “Level Up” — it’s an opportunity for you to work on your goals and gain more than just bragging rights. Whether you’re on LinkedIn or not, you can receive a professional reference that proves you put in the work to improve your skills. You must participate in the full program to receive a reference.
More information is coming soon!
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