Experiential Learning

U of T Scarborough Library is proud to partner with campus to support high-quality experiential learning.

Job Opportunities

The library hires undergraduate student library assistants, Graduate student library assistants, and workstudy students. Visit this page to learn about current opportunities.

Emerging Professionals Program

Library employment for undergraduate and graduate students, including full-time co-op positions and short-term practicum placements.

Captivate Storytelling Competition

U of T Scarborough Library and The BRIDGE run an annual Digital Storytelling Competition called "Captivate." Students create a short digital story and compete to win cash prizes.

Library Society Ambassadors

Get involved with the library and have fun doing it! Ambassadors are volunteers who receive co-curricular credit for taking part in activities that promote the library.

Work at the BRIDGE

Students working at The BRIDGE gain valuable hands on experience with the financial markets and apply the concepts taught in the classroom. They also help to develop the technical and interpersonal skills that are required for a successful career in the finance industry.

Undergraduate Research & Creative Prizes

U of T Scarborough Library partners with the Vice-Principal Research and Innovation since 2016 on the Undergraduate Research Forum and Research & Creative Prize. All U of T students may also apply for the Patricia and Peter Shannon Wilson Undergraduate Research Prize.

U of T Scarborough Library Storytelling Fellowship

This Fellowship provides up to three students the opportunity to spend eight months immersed in the art and practice of storytelling, developing skills while promoting and documenting Tamil folk culture. 

Teaching and Co-op

Our Entrepreneurship and Innovation Librarians create resources for career readiness and prepare students for the interview process. Learn more from the Career Research Guide.

Creative Digital Technologies

Students can attend four Makerspace workshops and complete a reflection paper to earn a Co-Curricular Record (CCR). Look for the posting on the CCR website.

Learn more about experiential learning on the experiential learning Research Guide and learn more about campus commitments on the experiential learning website.