Outreach & Access Be Connected

Hart House collaborates with U of T students, local youth, high schools and organizations. We connect you to opportunities and provide empowering programming for skill development and community engagement. Join us to enrich your learning journey!

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Events/Activities View all →

  • BEE

    The Brotherhood of Ethnic Excellence is a Hart House youth program building stronger connections between the University of Toronto campus and Black youth.

  • Drop-in and De-stress

    De-stress, connect with others and join in. There’s something for everyone at Hart House.

  • Get Crafty!

    Drop-in, get creative, de-stress and get crafty!

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    Good Ideas Fund

    The Hart House Good Ideas Fund (GIF) is here to support your good ideas and make them a reality! Open to student groups or students at any U of T campus.

  • Group Fitness Mentorship Program

    The Hart House Group Fitness Mentorship Program provides youth the opportunity to become certified fitness instructors while being paid for their commitment.

  • Hart House A/V Tech Mentorship Program

    The Hart House A/V Tech Mentorship Program provides youth the opportunity to gain practical experience with different careers in the audio/video field.

  • Hart House Outdoor Leadership Program

    Are you ready to lead the way?

  • Hart House Youth Advisory Council

    A program that aims to help youth in grades 9–12 strengthen their leadership skills by taking on key roles in an advisory council setting.

  • Youth Access

    Dive into experiential, dynamic and self-directed exploration through our programs and activities. Who you are becoming is why we are here.

Blogs/Articles View all →

Student Sings Praises of Hart House’s Work Readiness Program

A student participant in a community-building program at Hart House now works at the House and encourages others to get involved.

Talking Walls Showcases Incomparable Work of Toronto-Based Photographer

This April, Hart House’s Talking Walls will feature the evocative work of Darkroom Artist-in-Residence Dainesha Nugent-Palache.

U of T Alumna, Hart House Manager Applauds Professional Freedom in Community Building

Danielle Dinunzio, manager of Community Access & Outreach, has enriched the program since she took the reins three years ago.

Student Leadership Drives the Hart House Good Ideas Fund

This innovative Fund champions students’ ideas. With the application process reopening, we talk with student coordinator Teya Knightingale.

Indigenous Thought Leader Riley Yesno Finds Community, Solidarity, at U of T’s Hart House

Rightfully dubbed an “Indigenous powerhouse” by the Toronto Star, PhD candidate Riley Yesno discusses her compelling work.