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Ethics, Society, and Law Program
Tarik Bacchus is not only a program supervisor, he’s also an Ethics, Society, and Law grad.
Tarik Bacchus (B.A., 2006) leveraged his academic experiences, co-curricular work, and passion for helping into a career in the social services sector. He currently works as a Program Supervisor with the City of Toronto's Homelessness Initiatives and Prevention Services. Learn more about Tarik on LinkedIn.
What do employers value about Ethics, Society, and Law Program graduates?
develop community relationships
advocate for positive social change
analyze policies for fairness and accuracy
exercise a keen awareness of political issues and all size of disagreements
reach new conclusions through comparative study
understand and create space for equity, diversity and inclusion
develop creative solutions to unique situations
engage with conflict productively and build consensus
collaborate effectively in complex teams with diverse stakeholders
understand historical, social, political, economical, cultural and ethical processes and their relationship to the law
Within two years of graduation, 85% of graduates who are in the labour market are employed with a median salary of $61,809/year upon entering the workforce. 60% pursue further post-secondary studies. (Source: StatsCan Career Tool)
your degree after graduation
University of Toronto Ethics, Society, and Law alumni most frequently apply their critical thinking and problem-solving skills in these industries:
- Business Development
- Community and Social Services
- Media and Communication
- Healthcare Services
graduate or professional school
An Ethics, Society, and Law degree equips students with the research and writing and analysis skills for a variety of academic next steps, including graduate programs in:
- Public Policy
- Political Science
- Social Work
- Clinical Ethics
exploring opportunities while you're a student
Learn About yourself
Register for the Extern Job Shadowing Program to connect with professionals others in your career area of interest. Prior groups have explored the work environments at The City of Toronto, not-for-profit organizations, and law firms. During a half or full day job shadowing placement, you’ll begin to clarify your goals and better understand your career options.
Attend an In the Field program to meet professionals working in a variety of occupations within one organization.
Find a Work-Study Position that connects the skills you’re developing through your education with professional experience.
Attend a Career Exploration & Education workshop to explore career possibilities, understand your skills, and plan for your career or further education. Visit cln.utoronto.ca for more information.
Connect with Alumni
Check the Trinity College Calendar regularly for opportunities to connect with alumni from Trinity College.
The Backpack to Briefcase (b2B) program provides opportunities for students and recent graduates, to meet and mingle with alumni, faculty, staff and fellow students from their department or academic unit. Alumni who volunteer for b2B Industry Nights, Career Panels, Speed Networking events and Mentorship Meals, offer guidance, career advice and encouragement to A&S students. By taking part in b2B, students will learn about the array of career possibilities available to them as A&S degree recipients.
Explore Your Options
During your time as an ES&L student, get the support and make the connections you need to shape a meaningful future.
Talk to your professors to better understand and prioritize the academic, research and community-based opportunities that will come your way.
Sign up for ConnecTRIN: a tremendous and growing network tool for past and current Trinity and ES&L students.
Apply for Centre for Ethics Undergraduate Fellowships.
Attend social and academic events organized by the Ethics, Society, and Law Students’ Association, join their Facebook page, and consider running for an ES&LSA position.
Learn more about TRN407, Community Research Partnerships in Ethics. CRPE is an invitation-only, yearlong course where student researchers are paired with a community organization and a faculty supervisor to develop research projects that will benefit their community partner.
In another fourth year, invitation-only opportunity, our Law Workshops course, students attend a number of sessions of the Faculty of Law Workshop series, and develop a foundational understanding of approaches to the law.
Submit your work for publication in Mindful, the program's affiliated undergraduate journal.
Connect with the Career and Academic Advisor at Trinity College, Jon Bray (email@example.com) to explore career possibilities related to ES&L.