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The Importance of Being Unqualified

WRITTEN BY: Amir Kharazmi, AISEC Toronto At the end of my second year in university, I joined one of the largest engineering design teams on campus. As a second year kid with 0 experience in aerodynamics, material science or mechanical…

The Fine Line Between Leadership and Authoritarianism

  WRITTEN BY: Meher Singh, Amnesty International UofT Being a leader is an incredibly daunting yet humbling role. The perks are endless: your name shows up as the primary contact person for the club, you have veto power (sometimes), and…

iConnect taught me the Quiet Leadership

WRITTEN BY: Shawn Xiong, Recruitment Leader, iConnect (Centre for International Experience) Photo by: Farah Mustafa, former Communication Leader of iConnect How oxymoronic is it to talk about quiet leadership? Isn’t a leader all about campaigning feverishly, screaming into people’s ears, and…

From Executive Decision-Makers to Facilitators

WRITTEN BY: Sarah Wong, Global Health Engage UTIHP Co-Chair As first-time co-chairs for Global Health Engage (GHE) – a subsidiary of the U of T International Health Program (UTIHP) – Derek and I were presented with a new yet exciting…