Women have been disproportionately affected economically by the COVID-19 pandemic. But when this is all over, will their voices be a part of the recovery or left silent?
How online learning has enabled Heather and Bob to connect with others in Programs for 50+ workshops during a time when we have to be apart.
A Chang School publishing graduate talks about how she became involved with the new Chang Career Flash Mentoring program and networking when in-person meetups aren’t possible.
The Chang School’s local economic development experts explain why skilled economic development professionals are in demand to help municipalities and businesses with post-pandemic recovery planning.
Anita Fineberg has practiced privacy law for more than 25 years. In this blog post, she writes about the skills needed to become a privacy professional.
Whether you’re a first-timer or an old pro, there are always some useful tips to make sure that going fully online for your education will be a success.
When COVID-19 hit, Kyle Klein quickly pivoted to use his emergency management skills that have changed his career path in ways he couldn’t have imagined.
In a society that favours early birds, here’s why remote learning during the pandemic is giving night owls a bit of a break. Plus, some tips on getting zzzs during uncertain times.
Today, businesses are recognizing the value of being responsible and sustainable in their decisions, actions and products, while at the same time striving to make a profit. This is what’s known as the “triple bottom line” – people, planet and profit.
With only two to three percent of internationally-trained medical doctors that immigrate to Canada receiving a licence, the Internationally Trained Medical Doctors bridging program has an 85 percent success rate in getting participants non-licenced jobs in Canada’s healthcare sector.