leadership@cs.toronto.edu

 

Technology Leadership Initiative

Department of Computer Science
University of Toronto

40 St. George Street

Toronto, ON M5S 2E4

TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE

For undergraduate students interested in the challenge of a program that offers industry integrated classroom learning, tailored leadership training for technologists, and industry internships, the Technology Leadership Initiative is a great way to accelerate your professional career.

The 2019 Application for the Technology Leadership Initiative is now available - ensure you submit your application by June 26th, 2019.

Accelerate Your Success

The Technology Leadership initiative combines the academic excellence of the Computer Science program at the University of Toronto with a leadership curriculum taught in workshops, simulated in the classroom and experienced through summer internships. Students develop leadership skills through three learning verticals.

Industry-Integrated Learning

Explore solutions to real-world problems woven into our academic curriculum

Leadership Skills Development

 

Learn to implement your vision in team-based settings guided by leading industry professionals

Internships

Apply what you have learned while engaging in work placements with diverse companies

Prospective Students

Apply to the Technology Leadership 2019 initiative to integrate real-world experience with your computer science degree, so you can hit the ground running when you graduate.

Industry Partners

Get an edge in accessing new talent by partnering with the Technology Leadership internship program and help guide the next generation of information technology leaders.

TESTIMONIALS

“We are excited to support this program that augments Computer Science training with leadership skills.  While leadership is typically associated with entrepreneurship and management, it's equally important in a research setting, whether academic or industrial. ” 

 

—  Sven Dickinson
     Head, Samsung Toronto AI Center
     Professor and Past Chair, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto