The RBC Future Launch Program is a career readiness series providing students with essential skills knowledge and networking opportunities. Multiple sessions of programming targeted towards various aspects of success in University and career life, this series will inspire with talks presented by speakers sponsored RBC, Trent University, Innovation Cluster, and many more. A clear opportunity for students to develop soft skills, explore the different market and business values, learn about the future job market and research planning and participation opportunities in our mentorship and advising activities.
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The Innovation Cluster is a not-for-profit organization that drives innovative, determined entrepreneurs in the formation and growth of their technology-based companies. Supporting four key sectors, agtech, digital, healthcare and with a strong focus on cleantech, the Innovation Cluster’s dynamic programming and mentoring ensures startups find their best path to market.
The Innovation Cluster operates The Cube, Peterborough’s two full-service incubators located in downtown Peterborough and at Trent University.
Core Funding is provided by Ontario Centres of Excellence, Trent University, Fleming College, Peterborough Region Angel Network, FedDev Ontario and the City of Peterborough.
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Enactus is a not-for-profit organization of entrepreneurial leaders who see business as a way to address social issues. Utilizing the power of conscious capitalism for positive change, Enactus is committed to shaping the world with an optimistic, yet competitive spirit by rallying the energy, ideas and passion of Canada’s best and brightest students. Guided by academic advisors and business experts, the student leaders of Enactus Canada create and implement community empowerment projects and business ventures in communities coast to coast.
Enactus, as an experiential learning platform, helps students unleash their entrepreneurial spirit and develop the talent and perspective essential to leadership in our ever-changing world.
Trent Youth Entrepreneurship Society (TYES) is a brand new club at the Trent University Campus in Peterborough. We're focused on bringing entrepreneurs together to build a community of success.
The Trent Business Students’ Association strives to bridge the gap between the Academics of Business Administration and the Opportunities of the Business World through a range of activities and events. From social networking to academic enrichment, athletic endeavours to professional development, we aim to provide the richest possible experience that Trent University and the Peterborough Community can offer to our Business Administration Students.
The first program of its kind in Canada, this program encourages you to tailor your educational experience. Pursue your interests as you explore the sustainability of human societies and the natural environment. This Program leads to a Masters of Arts (M.A.) in Sustainability Studies and will carry out interdisciplinary graduate education and research that will improve our understanding of environmental sustainability, economic prosperity, and social responsibility. It is designed to enable students to explore the sustainability of human societies and the natural environment and will provide them with the education and training that will prepare them to be intellectual and organizational leaders within academia, government, industry and the non-profit sector.
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The Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) is the non-profit student union representing all undergraduate students studying at Trent University in Peterborough. The TCSA works to support its members by providing advocacy, services, and events, as well as engaging in political and lobby work related to social justice and post-secondary education. The TCSA is governed by a student Board of Directors comprised of representatives from each College Cabinet, as well as an Executive committee and Equity Commissioners elected by the student membership. Visit our office on the second floor of the Student Centre to find out more about the many services we offer, including your student health benefits, Trent transit, a consignment book program, student funding and more. We encourage student feedback and invite you to participate and become involved in the activities of the Association, and to exercise your voting and membership privileges.