The Windsor chapter of Students in Free Enterprise met every challenge at the Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE) regional exposition, March 12 in Toronto. Teams in three categories were named regional champions and will on to the national competition in Calgary, May 7 to 9.
“I am extremely proud of my team,” said Emilie Cushman, president of SIFE Windsor. “They all worked very hard and these are all volunteer projects.”
During the event, students showcase how their community outreach projects and business ventures are making a real impact in Canada and beyond. Through rounds of live, presentation-based competitions, business leaders judge the regional champions in:
Cushman, a student in the Odette School of Business, said the Windsor club has 112 members drawn from every faculty. She herself received a Woman Leader of Tomorrow Award for Central Canada.
Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship is a national, charitable organization that promotes entrepreneurial values in young people. Learn more on its Web site.