(i) To encourage and provide the resources for students to develop their practical engineering skills, and
(ii) to host unique events that strengthen the Skule™ community.
You may be surprised to find out just how much the Blue & Gold Committee is responsible for within the Skule community. Blue & Gold manages the tools in the Blue & Gold room, coordinates large community builds like the pride parade float, schedules work sessions for design-based courses, and organizes all sorts of fun community events like Godiva Week, the Frosh Week bed races, Tools 101 and 102, and more.
The most important thing for you to know is that Blue & Gold has your back.Need to borrow tools for the evening? Let us know.
Just wanna chat about life and the universe? Let us know!
The Blue and Gold Committee is a UofT Engineering social committee that organizes community events, manages tools and design resources available to students, and bridges the gap between what you learn in class and what you build in the real world.
We are Kaija (EngSci 2T5) and Aidan (ECE 2T5), the Chairs of the Blue and Gold Committee!
Head on over to the Tools Page, fill out the Google form, and we’ll reach out to you via email. You can also send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our favourite question!! Easiest way to get involved is to show up to
Blue & Gold events. And the easiest way to find out about Blue & Gold events is to connect
with us on social media. Here are the links for easy access:
Facebook: Blue and Gold Committee
Mailing List: Sign up here
For the most part, yes. We're happy to help out and loan tools to other clubs on a short-term basis. Process is the same as individuals borrowing, just make sure to indicate that you are a club on the form. If you need the tools for more than 24 hours, email us at email@example.com and we can discuss the logistics of it all.
An easier question would be what kind of tools doesn't the Blue & Gold Committee have. No really, we have so many different kinds of stuff. Check out the tools page to check out some of our more popular tools, but we hope to publish a more comprehensive inventory list for your convenience. If you’re unsure whether or not we have something, send us an email.
Have suggestions on how to improve the Blue & Gold Committee?
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