Your relationship with U of T doesn’t have to end with graduation. It’s actually a lifetime resource of ideas, networks, connections and support. This page is your introduction to many of the diverse opportunities you can explore with other young alumni.
From parties to professional development to lectures, SHAKER is a premier event series for young U of T alumni. Watch your inbox for e-vites to upcoming SHAKERs—all year round, we offer opportunities to get together with other alumni doing interesting things. Let’s keep that connection going because together, we are boundless.
SHAKER — Connect with other U of T grads at the largest and most popular events on the young alumni calendar. SHAKERs offer exclusive access to some of the most fun or exclusive venues around the city.
SHAKER Professional — a networking series of talks and seminars for young alumni on the career fast track.
SHAKER Educational — the fascination of a field trip with the socializing of an adult. Hear lectures by U of T’s top profs, followed by a fun and related activity.
SHAKER Pro – An Industry-driven Seminar on Business Writing with Shiri Rosenberg, Founder of Justwriteit.ca and Lead Developer, Business Communications Program, School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto
Need Help Launching Your Career? As a new alum, you can continue to make full use of the Career Centre for up to two whole years after grad.
Next Steps Conference
Adjusting to life after graduation can be a bit tricky but this annual conference aims to help you land on your feet. Held in the spring of each year and featuring intriguing keynote speakers, an alumni and student networking reception, and a variety of alumni-led career exploration and professional development sessions; this conference can help you plan your own Next Steps.
Backpack to Briefcase
Not sure what to do with your Arts or Science Degree? Backpack to Briefcase offers a variety of how-to-workshops, program based alumni career panels, mentorship meals and networking events to help you find your way
School of Continuing Studies
The School of Continuing Studies is pleased to offer new graduates a free credit towards their first course. Upgrade your professional qualifications or explore something new. Over 500 classroom and online courses to choose from! Some conditions apply, visit http://learn.utoronto.ca/how-to-register/alumni-benefit for details.
U of T in Your Neighbourhood
Because learning doesn’t stop when you graduate, U of T in Your Neighbourhood (UTN) brings the University’s best scholars and boldest ideas to a location near you. See the list of upcoming events on our Regional events page.
Check out these other offers and benefits available to only to recent grads:
There are also a number of other benefits available to all U of T alumni including: