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Young age is no barrier to the start-up process
Flowboat also received a $1,000 grant from the Waterloo Region Youth Creativity Fund. That community support was a huge part of what the club did this year, said financial administrator Bryant Raun.
Bachelor of Public Relations students raise funds for local youth
Second-year Bachelor of Public Relations students raised $7,500 for charity this past April as part of their Event Management and Project Management courses. The funds will support the Youth Creativity Fund -- a joint effort between three partners
Explore Your Future Career Expo in Kitchener - May 17
Explore Your Future promotes local businesses and schools to inform youth about the many education and career exploration opportunities in Waterloo Region. FREE for students and their parents/guardians. May 17, 2023 @ The Aud in KITCHENER
Students to explore future careers at Cambridge and Kitchener events
With more than 50 exhibitors hosted by the BEPWR, Cambridge students, alongside parents and/or guardians, and educators will once again take part in exploring potential future career paths such as communications, power generation, automotive
Career fair gives Cambridge students a look at jobs of the future
Cambridge students are being offered an inside look into what the careers of tomorrow will look like with a job fair aimed to provide up-to-date information about the future of the workforce.
From robots to automated gardening, Waterloo region youth come up with creative solutions to help others
The projects represent the work of 48 students from grades 5 to 12. Students presented a variety of projects that found solutions for many different problems — including issues in medicine and mobility.
Youth Creativity Fund: Cambridge youth granted up to $1,000 for innovative ideas
New community-financed Youth Creativity Fund aims to foster autonomy and job-readiness in youth from Waterloo Region
Youth Creativity Fund an investment in the future
Creating confidence for students to pursue their ideas, especially when it’s backed by regional support, is great for the community said HIP Developments President Scott Higgins, who is one of the driving forces behind the Youth Creativity Fund.
Youth Creativity Fund inspires next generation of Cambridge innovators
Students, their families and business professionals gathered at the Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum in Kitchener on Wednesday evening to celebrate the launch of the Youth Creativity Fund.
That's all for now :)
That's all for now :)