Collaborative Community: Partner for Success with Western & Fanshawe

Fanshawe College and Western University already hold strong reputations for being great educational institutions in our community. Did you know that they are also valuable resources for your work as nonprofits, social enterprises and entrepreneurs?

Join us at Innovation Works for this collaborative event to learn more about what you might be missing! 

Fanshawe’s people have the know-how and skills to deliver quick and efficient services that meet your professional needs. Whether you’re looking for strategic advice, to arrange on-site staff training, or to find your next difference-maker, Fanshawe provides a one-stop shop to help you be successful in your work to create positive community impact.

Western is a hub for nonprofit, organizational, and individual resources. Engage with Western in ways that boost your organization’s capacity such as hiring students for work integrated learning, finding volunteers and/or staff, accessing researchers and providing various learning opportunities for your employees.

Why should you attend?

  • Develop strategic relationships to support your work
  • Learn who to contact when you have key questions about supports offered by Western & Fanshawe
  • Understand how to access students – volunteers, unpaid and paid internships, co-ops and practicums, and recruiting for new hires
  • Discover no cost, low cost and paid partnership opportunities
  • Connect with knowledgeable and experienced candidates primed to bring fresh ideas and make a positive impact on your business

Resources & Programs to be Discussed
Advice for Your Advantage
Practical Solutions for Real Challenges
Career and Internship Education Services
Customized, Tailored Training Modules
Lifelong Learning and the Nonprofit Sector
Community Engaged Learning
Recruiting Extraordinary Talent
Research as a Resource for Your Organization

Agenda for the day:

We will begin with presentations from Fanshawe and Western about their programs and opportunities for engagement.

Then, we will hear from a panel of students that will share their experiences and engagement with organizations through these programs.

We will end the day with a meet and mingle, where you can snack and network and ask any specific questions you may have.

Target Audience: Any Pillar Members, Non-Members, Innovation Works Co-Tenants, Students, Social Enterprises, Nonprofits, community members and entrepreneurs looking to learn more about engaging with Fanshawe & Western

Thank you to our 2018 Professional Development Sponsors:

Whether you're looking for volunteer opportunities,
networking events or a job in the nonprofit sector, we can help.