The opening and closing conferences allow students to network with one another and their mentors. These interactions provide safe, inclusive and fun spaces to create friendships and learning opportunities. Through networking, team building, and field trips, the In.Business conferences provide a bridge for students and mentors to explore culture and community in a post-secondary atmosphere. The In.Business program aims to inspire a new generation of leaders, enriching the lives of our people and communities.
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Ulnooweeg Communities Foundations takes a leadership role in closing the gap between the philanthropic sector and Indigenous Communities. As chiefs and leaders, it is our goal to create new funds, pursue investment opportunities, and increase public understanding of the opportunities for Indigenous Communities and philanthropy.
As the vibrant heartbeat of Indigenous education at CBU for more than 40 years, Unama’ki College offers an environment that embraces the knowledge, wisdom and traditions of the Mi’kmaq. From faculty and staff that speak Mi’kmaw to academic courses delivered in Mi’kmaw communities, Unama’ki College has many offerings for Indigenous learners.
Our vision is a successful holistic life-long journey rooted in Mi’kmaw language and culture. Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey serves 12 out of the 13 Mi’kmaq communities found within the Nova Scotian Mi’kma’ki territory
Cape Breton University is proud to offer world-renowned programs through the Shannon School of Business (SSOB). The SSOB is a unique and specialized opportunity for undergraduates and postgraduates to earn the business degree they need to succeed.
Cape Breton University is currently home to more than 300 Aboriginal students and is proud to call nearly 1,000 Aboriginal students alumni. As the Atlantic Canadian leader in Aboriginal post-secondary education, CBU has worked with Aboriginal leaders to develop the Purdy Crawford Chair. The Chair fosters entrepreneurship, investment, and corporate skills training to give our Aboriginal students the tools they need to shape their own futures and make exciting things happen in business and beyond.