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Press Release: Student financial literacy program recommended for national strategy for youth

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https://www.stlawrencecollege.ca/news/2014/2014-11-19-student-financial-literacy-program-recommended-for-national-strategy-for-youth/ St. Lawrence College Enactus team received a standing ovation from the country’s top financial minds at the National Conference on Financial Literacy held in Vancouver, November 6-7, 2014. More than accolades, their project is now part of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada’s Financial Literacy Database, as well the Manage Your Money and Food Cents projects were recommended as …

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Press Release: Chefs learn about new ordering system from local area

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http://www.stlawrencecollege.ca/news/2015/localine/ St. Lawrence College and Enactus SLC is pleased to host Cole Jones, co-founder and CEO of Localline, a web based ordering system that connect chefs with farmers and small scale agri-businesses in local regions. Jones will be at the college on Monday June 1 at 7:30 pm in Room 22170. Jones will be here to discuss possible expansion of …

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Limestone District School Board students get hands-on training at SLC’s Burger Club!

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The Burguer Club was a sizzling success, watch the video above, or read the press releases below or the CKWS Article. As a follow-up to the popular SlowCookers for Kids program spearheaded by Enactus SLC, Grade 7 and 8 students from Rideau Heights Public, First Ave. Public, Prince Charles Public, Loughborough Public , Simcoe Public, Frontenac Public, and Winston Churchill Public schools will …

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Slow Cookers for Kids is off to a great start!

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The Enactus team has just completed the first week of the pilot for its Slow Cookers for Kids program in conjuction with the Limestone District School Board (LDSB)! Students were on their best behaviour from day one. They were overheard saying things like “amazing” and “I can do this!”. The Communications Officer at LDSB stated that  “life changing skills are …