Tapping into the knowledge and expertise of a Smith School of Business student at Queen’s University can:
· Boost your innovation capacity
· Help you access exceptional talent
· Promote your brand profile and
· Support diversity and inclusion
What’s more, it can be done for free or at a minimal cost to your organization while supporting student learning.
Join us for a 1-hour workshop to learn more about the benefits and ways of engaging with Smith School of Business students. In this session, the Smith School of Business Experiential Learning Team will walk you through multiple ways to engage with Smith School of Business students.
Together, we will:
· Discover the benefits of partnering with the Smith School of Business Experiential Learning Team.
· Explore the broad range of experiential learning activities inside and outside the classroom.
· PLUS learn about the funding programs, tax credits and grants available to organizations participating in experiential learning.
There will also be time for a Q&A at the end of the session.
NOTE: Live Zoom transcription is available during this event. Should you require additional accessibility supports, please email [email protected] as soon as possible since advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility services.
ABOUT SMITH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS:
Smith School of Business at Queen’s University is one of the world’s premier business schools. It is renowned for its exceptional programs, outstanding faculty and research and the quality of its graduates. Today’s presenters from the Smith School of Business include: Samantha Arniel, Project Manager (Queen’s Venture Creation, Experiential Learning and Net-Zero Training), Mitch Gudgeon, Director, Partnerships & Special Projects and Experiential Learning; and JoAnne Metcalfe, Business Development Representative (Queen’s Venture Creation, Experiential Learning and Net-Zero Training).
ABOUT THE WE-CAN PROJECT:
The WE-CAN Project is led by Queen’s University with a mission to inspire and empower existing and aspiring women entrepreneurs by providing them with tools, resources, expert mentors, networks and community building to expand existing businesses and to launch new ventures.
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