The Scotiabank Career Accelerator Program (CAP) is an elite program that will build students’ career confidence and help them distinguish themselves as a workforce-savvy, emerging leader. Participants will take part in training modules, workshops and hands-on experiences that will complement their degrees by preparing them with workplace-readiness skills. Throughout the process, they will be fully supported by Huron’s Career Development Coordinators. Core program components include mapping career objectives, experiencing a paid internship, taking part in a meaningful volunteer opportunity, engaging in a formal mentorship and more.
Scotiabank Scholar’s Program
Aimed at high school students from marginalized backgrounds, low-income and newcomers, this program helps to break down barriers by creating educational pathways for students. Specialized training provides students with the opportunity to learn new skills and gain eligibility for one of 5 full scholarships to Huron annually. Participants can gain exposure and confidence in attending a higher education setting. Programming will cover topics like university preparation and career development.
2 New MOS Specializations: Business Intelligence and Marketing & Sustainability
Huron has launched 2 new specializations within its Management of Organizational Studies (MOS) program: Business Intelligence and Marketing & Sustainability. Starting in September 2022, second year students in the MOS program will have the option to choose Business Intelligence or Marketing & Sustainability as their specialization, provided they have completed the individual course requirements in their first year. With the 2 new specializations, MOS now has a total of 5 specializations available:
- Organizational Studies, Policy and Ethics
- Finance and Administration
- Business Intelligence
- Market & Sustainability
Huron’s MOS Program Accepted as a Member of the Business School Association of Canada
Huron’s Management of Organizational Studies program has been accepted as a member of the Business School Association of Canada (BSAC). Becoming a member of the BSAC is the gold seal of approval for the program, as the BSAC is the association of university faculties and schools of business and management in Canada. Having a BSAC membership denotes the program is credible and adheres to the highest standards of excellence in education.
KPMG Diversity & Inclusion Award - $2,000, unlimited number available, non-renewable
- Applicants are required to have an admission average of 80% or higher as calculated by Huron and to be registered in the BMOS program
- Preference will be given to an African American, Indigenous and/or visible minority group or to an LGBTQ+2 student.
- Application deadline: February 1, 2023
Huron Designated a Blue Community
Huron has been designated a Blue Community, meaning that Huron has pledged to recognize water and sanitation as a human right; will end the sale of bottled water products; and will only use publicly-financed water and wastewater services.