CBU program efforts supported by $100000 donation – Cape Breton Post

by ahnationtalk on May 21, 2015878 Views

May 20, 2015

SYDNEY — The aboriginal business studies program at Cape Breton University is $100,000 richer thanks to a donation from accounting firm Grant Thornton.

The Purdy Crawford chair in aboriginal business is attached to the university’s Shannon School of Business and is focused on encouraging Canada’s indigenous people to study business education.

The support from Grant Thornton is expected to advance the chair’s activities across the country through the In.Business indigenous youth mentorship program, according to press release issued by CBU.

The In.Business program is a mentorship initiative aimed at providing positive role models, along with a support system, to bridge the gap between high school and post-secondary business education.

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