Volunteer Opportunities and Recognition

Volunteering 

There are several ways that you can give back to the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and its programs. As we move science and health forward together, our current and future students can benefit from the knowledge, experience, and insight that you can provide having blazed the trails of innovation and practice excellence before them.

PharmD student on Rotation

Preceptors

Our program works with preceptors from a wide variety of practice sites to offer students experiential learning rotations after their first year (Early Practice Experience or EPE-1), after their second year (EPE-2) and throughout their final year (Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience or APPE).

Contact us at any time for assistance: oee.phm@utoronto.ca. And for more information about the preceptor program, please visit the Information for Preceptors page.

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Young Alumni

Our young alumni are supported by a committee made up of alumni from the last decade. The Young Alumni Committee supports relevant and meaningful programs and services for young alumni while encouraging lifelong participation and philanthropic support.

To learn more contact us at alumni.pharmacy@utoronto.ca

IMAGINE Clinic

Volunteer at the IMAGINE Clinic

The IMAGINE Clinic is currently looking for pharmacy preceptors to join its team and oversee students as they support members of the community. 

The IMAGINE Clinic is a student-run inter-professional clinic located at Queen and Bathurst and is open on Saturdays (excluding long weekends). Preceptors play a key role in guiding students as they review patient cases and serve the needs of patients presenting with complex social and health-related concerns.

Preceptors are needed from 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (although may be required to stay as late as 4:00 p.m.) on a given clinic date. They also must be licensed pharmacists and be available on Saturdays.

Preceptors can also volunteer as many or few dates they want throughout the year.

Please contact imagine.preceptors@gmail.com for more information.