More than a 1000 students and parents visited both campuses at Sheridan College recently to get a glimpse of what’s in store for the next phase of their education. The Sheridan School of Business and the School of
Sheridan School of Business students recently got connected with business at the first Annual Business Expose hosted by the Davis Business Council and the Davis Business Club. The Expose featured product presentations from Rim/Blackberry on the future of
Sheridan School of Business Professor and Coordinator of the Human Resources Management program, John Hardisty was re-elected to the Board of Directors of the Human Resource Professionals Association for a second three-year term. Hardisty is a long term
Sheridan School of Business student leaders enthusiastically spent most of the day with top business speakers learning how to finesse their future of employment after graduation during the recent Virox Future Forum 2010 sponsored by Virox Technologies Inc.
Randy Pilon, President and CEO, Virox Technologies Inc. awarded three Sheridan School of Business students $1000.00 each in a random draw conducted at the recent Virox Future Forum 2010 held at the Trafalgar Campus, Sheridan College. Sheridan School
For nearly 40 hours, over the course of one week, 15 members of the Sheridan School of Business, Human Resources Inter-Scholastic Committee, tirelessly pedalled a stationary bicycle set up in the main hall of Oakville’s B building to
Sheridan College School of Business students and Deans played key roles as scribes and facilitators at Mayor Hazel McCallion’s Mississauga Works – Mayor’s Job Summit held recently at the Living Arts Centre. Keynote speakers at the event included