Sheridan’s Co-Curricular Record (CCR) Program!

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Welcome to Sheridan’s Co-Curricular Record (CCR) Program! Sheridan’s Co-Curricular Record (CCR) program provides students with a variety of creative opportunities to get involved, meet new people and support your personal growth! CCR activities take place outside of your classroom

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HRSA mass interview events gather over 600 students

As summer is quickly approaching, hundreds of high school and college students look forward to getting a job during the break. There are many great opportunities out there for students to acquire experience that will help them make

Sheridan’s 2018 Ontario Colleges’ Marketing Competition

This May, 22 Business Administration Marketing and Advertising and Communications Management students were selected to compete in the 2018 Ontario Colleges’ Marketing Competition (OCMC). The selection of the team is based on participating in two events that are

Business Associations Engage Students with a Games Carnival

What better way to relax and have some fun with friends than playing old-school games? That’s why the business associations at Davis organized a Games Carnival right before exams week kicked off. “We wanted to finish the semester

One of Sheridan’s PAC Members Publishes an Article

Congratulations are in order for Malcolm Stoffman! He is the CEO of Momentum Credit Union and also a member of Sheridan’s Program Advisory Committee (PAC) for Business Finance. Malcolm has just published a peer reviewed article on the difference

Sheridan’s Supply Chain Management Education Taking You Further

Sheridan’s graduates already stand out in the job market. Now, there is new way that Sheridan’s education can take you further faster! Graduates of the full-time BBA Supply Chain Management program may be eligible for exemptions into the

Human Resources Professional Day marks end of the term on a high note

HRSA on a New Level Professor Shady Hana thought it would be a good idea to revamp the Human Resources Student Association (HRSA) at HMC. He envisioned a dynamic group of students that would be willing to be

First PSB Business Conference empowers and connects students

The Pilon School of Business (PSB) and Sheridan’s Alumni Office joined forces to find ways to promote the Sheridan community while preparing students for the job market. The result was the first PSB Business Conference, which took place

Students hit the gym with the get into fitness workshop

With the intent of promoting a healthy lifestyle among students, the Women Empowerment Association at Davis organized the Get Into Fitness workshop on campus. However, this wasn’t your typical workshop. It was actually a light boot camp led