Cohort 2016

TRP competencies

TRP Focuses on transferable competencies

First Year Review : A Student’s Perspective

First Year Review : A Student’s Perspective

“One year of TRP done! It’s been busy and eye-opening.” Meet Kathleen Camaya, a registered nurse (RN) in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at the Hospital for Sick Children. She’s been working at SickKids for 9 years and is ... READ MORE

“The TRP is unique because the faculty plays a partner role in your learning. They encourage your personal interests to guide your projects.”

“The TRP is unique because the faculty plays a partner role in your learning. They encourage your personal interests to guide your projects.”

Katie’s Testimonial

Katie’s Testimonial

“Experiential learning helps to shape the direction of your projects. It’s not just keeping us engaged as students but shaping the path of what we’re doing.”

- Katie Tucker, Cohort 2017