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New Shining Moon Workshop: The Art of Hosting

Art of Hosting is a highly effective way of harnessing the collective wisdom and self-organizing capacity of groups of any size. This online workshop is ideal for anyone who wants to explore tools to help create responsive processes for your own communities given these strange times.

Algoma University Business Society Internal Case Competition

This case competition will include students from two courses within the BBA program at Algoma U, Services Marketing and Finance. The students in these classes will be given four hours to complete a case on the SpeakEasy (the Algoma U bar area) and will present their ideas to a panel of judges in order to gain valuable feedback and to compute a final mark for this assignment of the course.

Biology and Brews

Don’t know what to do after you completed your science undergraduate degree?
AlgomaU Biology Club is hosting a science themed pub night and we have invited community members with a science background to attend to discuss their careers!

Career Networking Night

The Algoma University Business Society is hosting the 4th Annual Career Networking Night!
This will involve roughly a 30 to a 45-minute panel discussion followed by a networking hour with students and local business people/businesses. Our guest speakers will include:
Franco Pastore,

YouBrew: Morning Coffee Break Featuring CDC

Join YouLaunch at Algoma University on Tuesday, Dec, 4th from 8:00am – 10:30am for a free coffee and to connect with local entrepreneurial supports!
This month we are featuring the Community Development Corporation of Sault Ste.

Business After Hours

The Algoma University Business Society welcomes post-secondary students, professors, and local professionals to an evening filled with networking, snacks and locally brewed beer! Stop in to say hello, or stay to chat and network with some students and professionals. 

Making an impactful start in the tech world

AlgomaU Computer Science alumnus Connor Flood will be kicking off the year with a talk on important technical skills, co-op/internships, side projects, grad school, preparing for interviews, industry life, and strategies for success in the tech world.