Government of Canada Invests in Future Science and Technology Leaders
This investment is being provided through FedDev Ontario’s Graduate Enterprise Internship, which provides funding for not-for-profit organizations and post-secondary institutions to arrange internship and mentoring opportunities for recent graduates and graduate students of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs with small- and medium-sized enterprises.
“Wilfrid Laurier University is looking forward to the launch of this program,” said Dr. Abby Goodrum, vice-president of research at the University. “Our science programs address some of society’s most pressing issues and leave our graduates well positioned to begin very productive careers. As well, this program will help to grow local industry and build long-standing collaborative relationships for innovation, turning ideas into research, development and exportable products and services.”
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