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  • “Oh the Places They’ve Been”: Celebrating Intrapreneurial Journeys

    11 Apr 2017

    On Tuesday, March 28 at the Centre for Social Innovation "Garage", 18 inspiring students walked down a rainbow carpet to the end of one journey and the start of the next. Affectionately known as "Fellowbration", the event was a chance for the social intrapreneurial community to reflect.

  • The Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity Joins the SSE Family

    10 Apr 2017

    The School for Social Entrepreneurs is thrilled to announce that we have launched a new partnership with the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity (CCRC). Based in Blyth, Ontario, the CCRC is challenging the stereotype that small towns don’t know innovation.

  • RSA and SSE International Relationship Continues to Flourish

    6 Apr 2017

    On Tuesday March 28 at the graduation event of the Social Intrapreneur Fellowship 2016-17, RSA Canada announced that it will renew its relationship with SSE Ontario in 2017. RSA’s collaboration with SSE falls under its Thriving Communities corporate responsibility pillar which focuses on educating and inspiring future talent, supporting social entrepreneurs and dedicating time to causes its employees are passionate about. SSE Ontario is deeply grateful for RSA's generous and unabiding support.

  • The Social Intrapreneur Fellowship ’16-’17 Comes to an Inspirational Close

    14 Feb 2017

    This past weekend marked the last days of our second Social Intrapreneur Fellowship (SIF), a program aimed at providing social intrapreneurs with the tools, network, and confidence to make social change from within their organizations. For most people, the beginning of a program is filled with excitement and anticipation but surprisingly, this last weekend felt that way too.

  • Building Resilient Communities in Hamilton

    14 Feb 2017

    While Toronto battled extreme weather warnings and freezing rain, participants gathered on an unusually mild February morning in Hamilton for a Resilient Hamilton workshop. Supported by the BMW Foundation and hosted by SSE-backed CLARION, Environment Hamilton, and Faith & the Common Good, the day’s project was to identify and support the social capital that’s critical to effectively responding to, withstanding and recovering from environmental and economic shocks.

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