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As the Indigenous Advisor & Community Outreach Specialist, Charlotte works with Indigenous community partners to create supportive, reciprocal programming for students at Woodsworth College. Charlotte focuses on how to create spaces that support Indigenous Students in their academic success, as well as fostering a deep sense of belonging, where Indigenous students feel their whole self is valued and seen. Charlotte oversees projects such as First Story, where Indigenous students lead walking tours of various areas of Toronto, including the three U of T campuses, as well as the Indigenous Peer Mentorship Program at Woodsworth College.
U of T's International Transition Advisors have placements at Woodsworth College and across campus, often outside of regular business hours. This program is offered by the Centre for International Experience to ensure that international students are getting the support they need. One-on-one appointments are student-directed, so you can bring any issues you wish to discuss to the meeting. Hanna will be happy to assist you directly, or to point you towards resources & offices that will help you with your goals and questions.
As the Student Life Officer, Kim oversees the various access and transitions programming at the Office of the Dean of Students. In particular, she works directly with the Morneau-McCain Scholarship program supporting the students involved during their time at U of T. Kim also encourages community building and holistic student development by implementing high-impact programs such as the Diploma to Degree Academic Community and See U of T Mentorship.
Natalie has been working in Student Life at Canadian post-secondary institutions for over a decade. Her practice is rooted in strengths-based relational support through a social justice lens with a specialty in supporting non-traditional learners. Natalie has experience in academic success, accessibility & academic accommodations, international student life, residence life, student groups, peer mentorship and working with high-performance and varsity student athletes. Natalie is a PhD student in Social Justice Education at OISE (U of T). Her student-focused approach to coordination is centred in anti-racist praxis and a commitment to upholding safe spaces for students on campus, making Higher Education equitable and accessible for all learners as their unique educational journeys unfold.
In her role at Woodsworth, Yeonjoo (Jamie) develops and implements programs and workshops to promote and destigmatize mental health awareness and education. As a Woodsworth alumni and long-time U of T student herself, Yeonjoo (Jamie) has a personal understanding of the challenges and barriers that underrepresented, underserved, and marginalized students face when it comes to accessing help and support. Consequently, her work is centered around identifying and implementing innovative strategies and solutions to reduce barriers for all vulnerable populations through an anti-oppressive and anti-racist framework. Any student seeking support regarding their mental health and wellness can reach out to Yeonjoo (Jamie) directly via email or phone for 1:1 short-term counselling supports and referrals.