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A “Ripple” Effect on Sustainable Farming

When Brandon Hebor and Steven Bourne quit their day jobs to start a green sustainable venture together, you could say they had a bigger fish to fry.

A Field for All Seasons

This fall, Seneca became the first college in the Greater Toronto Area to have a sports dome. The new state-of-the-art facility is nicknamed “the StingDome” and consists of a multi-purpose artificial turf field and a seasonal dome at Newnham Campus.

“Friends” With a Shared Love of Learning in the Great Outdoors

Set against a breathtaking backdrop of meadows, forests and wetlands in the heart of the Oak Ridges Moraine and based at King Campus, KOLTS is home to students in the Early Childhood Education diploma and bachelor’s degree programs and provides the opportunity to teach toddlers and preschoolers in a “forest school” setting, which focuses on land stewardship and appreciation for the great outdoors.

Scotiabank Sees Return on Investment in Young Entrepreneurs

In 2015, Scotiabank made a long-term investment in Seneca students with a donation to establish 60 scholarships for students in the Financial Services Management (degree), Non-Profit Leadership Management (graduate certificate) and Business Administration – Entrepreneurship and Small Business (diploma) programs. The bank has also created the Scotiabank HELIX Entrepreneurs Development Fund, which supports development activities for young entrepreneurs participating in Seneca’s on-campus business incubation hub.

King Township Women of Influence

In recent years, giving circles have ignited the philanthropic landscape in North America. By bringing together like-minded individuals with similar ambitions, giving circles provide an opportunity for donors to pool their finances and support their communities with a greater impact.

Big Data - Daymond Ling

Daymond Ling analyzes data very, very well. While working with American Express’s fraud investigation team, his work to identify patterns of credit card theft led to a $50 million reduction in loss for Amex…in just six months.

Mike Shaver Award

When Seneca honorary degree recipient Mike Shaver agreed to join Facebook in 2011 as an engineering director, he faced a dilemma. Mike had just joined Seneca’s Board of Governors, and the new job meant he’d have to relocate to California.

RBC Mental Health Symposium

Seneca and Royal Bank of Canada teamed up to present the inaugural RBC Mental Health Symposium, hosted at the College’s King Campus in May 2016.

TD Bank Elder Financial Planning Program

At an increasing rate, baby boomers and their parents are looking for advisory practices that incorporate both financial planning and eldercare expertise.

Youth to Postsecondary

The Youth to Postsecondary (Y2P) project at Seneca provides free-of-charge academic upgrading and life skills training that makes it possible for disadvantaged young adults to earn a college education and improve their career opportunities.