The inaugural pilot year of the Indigenous Entrepreneurship training programs facilitated through St. Paul’s GreenHouse has come to a very successful end. The program was built on a model of Indigenized business education and experiential learning. Students who entered the program received training and support from a network of Indigenous entrepreneurs, elders and community organizations who helped them with launching their own projects and ventures.
St. Paul’s GreenHouse is thrilled to announce that Katie Heggtveit, Manager: Workplace Innovation, has been awarded the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship. This medal is given to civilians who have made a lasting and impactful mark on their community and is the second-highest award that can be given to civilians in Ontario.
HaoHao Du, founder of iContribute, partnered with his long time friend from highschool and current University of Waterloo student, Mesha Naidoo-Edwarson, to develop their venture, an app rooted in volunteerism and student success. Through this partnership and with support from St. Paul’s GreenHouse, the team has made great strides in amplifying their impact.
Hannah Sennik (BASc ’19), a St. Paul’s GreenHouse alumnus has been recognized as one of Canada's top 50 Changemakers in the 2022 Globe and Mail’s Report on Business.
Coming into university, many students don’t feel as though they have a full understanding of their mental health and how to ensure they are taking care of it. Mental wellbeing is how well a person can cope with the stresses, changes, and happenings of day-to-day life.
St. Paul’s is excited to announce the (near) opening of our outdoor ice rink found near the walking path between St. Paul’s and main campus.
From October 31st – November 12th, 2021, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (most commonly known as COP26) was hosted in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom.
While it started to snow and the seasons truly began to change, the livelihood of St. Paul’s Student Life stayed the same. Over the month of November, there were countless opportunities for LLC students to gather with their peers and take a little time away from studying!