This virtual experiential learning opportunity is part of a curriculum redesign of the program’s second-year Global Business Experience.
Over 120 student ambassadors are actively involved at DeGroote and contribute to the campus community positively.
"When an organization claims to have high standards, I question it now. Before ... I would just take these points as fact."
"Employers want business graduates who also have the ability to think critically, communicate, show emotional intelligence," Mohammad says.
Navigating the complexities of being a refugee, Honig and McKnight seek ways to ease this transition into a new community.
Participants were asked to learn, observe, and take part in community building in a manner that was natural and non-intrusive.
Emad Mohammad: "Is this a social enterprise? Is this a corporation? These are the kinds of questions the students will be asking."