Learning To Lead is a movement experience program centered around the health and wellness of students who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) women at U of T .
Integrating physical activity and reflective dialogue, Learning to Lead is an eight week program that will teach life skills including leadership, self-care and communication through philosophies of movement.
Through this student-led program, BIPOC women will exercise creativity, initiative, and teamwork through movement and discussion. If you are an undergraduate or graduate student at the University of Toronto who identifies as a racialized woman, you're invited to join Learning to Lead!
How it Works
Learning to Lead is an 8-week program consisting of weekly 60-minute group sessions:
- 30 minutes of beginner-friendly movement - opportunities to strengthen, dance, move
- 30 minutes of instructor-led discussion - opportunities to explore confidence, impostor phenomenon, sensuality, self-care and more
Who can participate?
Any undergraduate or graduate student currently enrolled in an academic program at the University of Toronto that identifies as a racialized woman is welcome to participate! This program is offered free of charge.
In 2024, the Learning to Lead program runs in the Exercise and Dance studio at the Hart House Fitness Centre every Wednesday, starting January 24.