If you are 16 or older and will be returning to school full-time in the fall, you could get a loan of up to $3,000 to start your own summer business. If you are able to pay your loan in full on time, you could get 1/3 of it back.
Registered Professional Foresters Association of Nova Scotia
A $750 bursary is available for Nova Scotia students in 3rd year of study in the following programs: Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management for those in the UNB Forest Ecosystem Management Program or Forest Engineering Program (RPF option). This annual award is intended to create awareness of, and future participation in, the various professional foresters associations in Canada, and more particularly in Nova Scotia.
The Catherine Lalonde Memorial Award will be presented to a graduate student who demonstrates excellence in their studies of structural wood or wood design. The Canadian Wood Council (CWC) invites submission from graduate students in engineering, architecture, wood science and forestry. Research projects must demonstrate direct benefit for structural products manufactured by the Canadian forest products industry.
The Commerce Society has been a large and active society on the Mount Allison campus for many years. This year we are continuing with our traditional events such as the famous "Five and Dime", kickoff BBQ's, guest speakers, "Pool with Profs", and trips to visit Commerce Alumni. As well we have new initiatives such as "Meet and Greet with Profs", a Mount Allison Career Fair, and fundraising for local charities. The Commerce Society, in particular the executive, also act as a voice for commerce students by giving feedback to the Commerce faculty on the department and the programme.
The Dalhousie Management Society’s main role is to act as the voice for the students of the Bachelor of Management program. The Society is a key avenue through which the program’s students are connected to the faculty and the administration. However, that is not our only function. The Society is here to serve you, the students, to make your undergraduate experience as enjoyable, entertaining and educational as possible.
Do you have technology’s ‘Next Big Idea’ but don’t know how to turn it into a successful business? Are you a working professional who wants to earn more money and advance your career? Want to give yourself a huge advantage over other technology graduates in this increasingly competitive marketplace?
Perhaps you should be an entrepreneur. An entrepreneur is someone who owns their own business. An entrepreneur works for him/herself and is responsible for making all decisions related to his/her particular business.
The Electronic Commerce Research & Training Centre has raised over $1.4M in research and training funding from non-traditional sources, enabling it to execute the most extensive set of Atlantic Canada wide longitudinal research projects in SME e-business adoption.