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Community Innovation and Google Canada are hosting a Youth Ideas Jam in collaboration with Clarington Public Library.
$12 550 in seed grant capital has been awarded.
Unique Start Up Incubator Program for Young Adults Comes to Port Perry-Starts May 5th, 2016. Looking for applicants and mentors. Public Launch & Information Event to be held Thursday, April 14th, 2016 from 6:00pm-8:00pm at The Piano Café 217 Queen Street, Port Perry. By Petra Kassun Mutch April 4th 2016 Township of Scugog,Read more
OCE Partnership: Community Innovation Lab named as one of five Social Enterprise Training Organizations in Ontario to deliver Social Impact Voucher training program. http://www.oce-ontario.org/programs/entrepreneurship-programs/osiv-pilot-program/community-innovation-lab Read more
The Community Innovation Lab was thrilled to host round three of their start-up funding for twelve young entrepreneurs within the NEET Youth Incubator. On May 27, emerging entrepreneurs had an opportunity to pitch during the final round for funding towards the launch of their businesses. Read the articleRead more
“Trent is delighted to be a part of the Durham Ideas Den initiative as the academic partner,” said Andy Mitchell, director of Government and Community Relations at Trent University. “A natural synergy already exists and we anticipate that both will benefit greatly from forging this partnership.” Read the articleRead more
The Changemaker Challenge (Le Défi Change ton monde) is a national campaign to inspire and support social innovation among students. Whether you have the beginnings of an idea or a full-fledged project, we want to help you share your story and create the next chapter. We believe real impact takes community. For this year’s challenge,Read more
DURHAM — Community partnerships are key to addressing the declining rate of youth employment in Durham Region, say local organizations that want to see an improvement in the staggering number. The latest numbers released by Durham Workforce Authority reveal 23 per cent of individuals aged 15 to 24 in the Oshawa Census Metropolitan Area, whichRead more