Posts Tagged ‘student entrepreneurship’

Empowering immigrant women through entrepreneurship

Enactus Dalhousie and Global Shapers Halifax have teamed up to present an initiative of the Newcomer Network (the student-run entrepreneurial network through Enactus Dalhousie): the Immigrant Women Entrepreneur Showcase. The second annual showcase will run throughout the month of November; it’s a series of multiple workshops designed to develop, feature and perfect the business ideas of entrepreneurial immigrant women…

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Dal student creates tutoring company

HFX Tutoring, a tutoring club started by second-year neuroscience student Lia Reed, is a company focused on students helping students to succeed. Reed started the company about one year ago, after noticing that a Facebook group existed for chemistry students to help each other in their first semester, but not in their second. Quickly, Reed…

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Clothes for cheap – and for charity

With spring (hopefully) on its way, why not support a few charities while shopping for your new wardrobe? The Crooked Closet, an online boutique started by third-year Dalhousie commerce student Kate Robertson, gives one dollar from each item purchased to charities. The online store sells dresses, tops, skirts, and more. Robertson started and launched the…

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