AYWE 2019-01-09T14:52:10+00:00

Hey future lady boss!

There’s an idea out there waiting for you. We can help you find it.

Every field of study at MSVU holds a hidden inspiration that could become your future business. We will show you how to take your personal passion and education at MSVU to the next level. This free program, sponsored by RBC, follows you through your four-year degree so that you graduate with the entrepreneurial skills you need to make your own way in the world.

UPCOMING AYWE Workshop Dates and Webinar Dates

Jan 18th: Making Connections with Sally NG

Feb 14: Basic Time Management & Productivity (webinar)

Feb 15: Design Thinking with Nasil Nam

Feb 28: Digital Tools and Productivity Hacks (webinar)

March 22: Market Research with Nora Perry

April 5th: Financial Literacy with Johanna Nesbitt and Ann Ragbir

To learn more about how to participate in CWB’s Youth Entrepreneurship programming via our RBC Alliance of Young Women Entrepreneurs, or the Spark Zone (co-ed programming) please contact Nasil Nam at Nasil.Nam@msvu.ca or phone (902) 457-5527

Don’t let the fact that you’re a student stop you from going after your business goals, or at least testing the waters through training and events designed to give you a clear picture of entrepreneurship: What it is, what it offers, and if it might be right for you.

We think there is no time like the present to chase down your dreams, which is why we joined forces with RBC to create the RBC Alliance of Young Women Entrepreneurs.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO START YOUR OWN BUSINESS?

WOULD YOU LIKE TO MEET OTHER LIKE-MINDED STUDENTS?

DO YOU WANT TO GAIN LEADERSHIP & BUSINESS SKILLS THAT CAN BE APPLIED TO VIRTUALLY ANY CAREER?

IF YOU ANSWERED YES, LET’S CONNECT!

RBC AYWE IS THE ONLY PROGRAM
OF ITS KIND IN CANADA.

It’s been built especially for female students who want to gain the knowledge and skills needed to launch a successful business: now, or sometime after graduation. It’s jam-packed with opportunities to attend networking events, to receive funding, and to access experienced mentors. Students can earn learning passport points, sit down with the pros for customized advisory sessions, and receive a membership to the Centre for Women in Business.

TO INQUIRE ABOUT RBC AYWE, CONTACT:

Danielle MacNeil

Business Development Officer

RBC Centre for Women in Business, 411 McCain Centre
entrepreneur@msvu.ca
902.457.5527