A Q&A about the new Sprott Mitacs Business Strategy Internships: Supporting Canada’s Economic Recovery
Join us for an engaging discussion and Q&A on the new Sprott Mitacs Business Strategy Internship (BSI) Program.
Society and our economy as we know it has been transformed in a matter of months. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations have had to adjust operations and business goals. Now, as restrictions begin to cautiously lift, our economy faces new challenges. Today, organizations must find a way to not only recover, but to also reinvent their business models to fit the realities resulting from the pandemic and beyond.
Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business wants to be part of the solution. In partnership with Mitacs, the Sprott School has launched the Sprott Mitacs Business Strategy Internship (BSI) Program. With only a small investment, organizations of all sizes (including not-for-profits) can enlist Carleton student interns to carry out meaningful four-month economic recovery projects.
Join us on Wednesday, July 8 for Business Strategy Internships: Supporting Canada’s Economic Recovery. This informative discussion and Q&A will introduce the BSI program, highlight how it can help your organization in its recovery efforts and share information about how to get involved.
The conversation will be led by:
- Dan Madularu, PhD, director of business development (Ottawa) at Mitacs;
- Dana Brown, dean at the Sprott School of Business; and
- Mawuena Torkornoo, manager of external relations at the Sprott School of Business.