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WHAT IS UTIHP?
Founded in 1988, the University of Toronto International Health Program (UTIHP) is the largest charity on campus and is a joint organization under the Medical School and Faculty of Arts and Science. UTIHP is a student-run non-profit organization which promotes health on campus and in its community. It is also a levy group under the University of Toronto Student Union. UTIHP has 6 different committees that run large global health events primarily in the St. George Campus. Every year, UTIHP recruits around 18 co-chairs and 50 more sub-committee executives. Members of UTIHP come from diverse and interdisciplinary backgrounds, including the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Arts and Science, School of Graduate Studies, and Dalla Lana School of Public Health.
UTIHP trains members to become global citizens, empowering them to act as catalysts of change through engaging and working with other student organizations and the community beyond towards a healthier, more equitable future for all.
All University of Toronto students are welcome to apply, regardless of academic background/affiliation.
HOW TO APPLY
Our recruitment package and application form for the 2020/2021 school year is now live! We are looking for dedicated individuals interested in being a part of the UTIHP team in a subcommittee member role. We will be recruiting for all four subcommittees; High School Partnership Program (HSPP), Resources Education and Advocacy for Community Health (REACH), Global Health Engage (GHE), and Health and Human Rights (HHR). We are also recruiting journalists and PR assistants.
You can find the recruitment package here which details the available positions and the expectations for each role. After deciding on your top choices, we ask that you fill out our application form, linked here. Applications are due on Sunday October 18th, at 11:59pm.
Please send in your completed application form and CV/Resume to before the deadline to be considered.
Please direct all general questions pertaining to the application process to our UTIHP Co-Directors, Elaine Pityn and Lydia Angarso, at firstname.lastname@example.org.