DeGroote Summer 2021 Experience Ventures Challenge

| May 25, 2021
Submitted by Melanie Wyndowe for CPD
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Become a change-maker! DeGroote School of Business has partnered up MERIT Brewing to provide you with our inaugural Experience Ventures Challenge.

Experience Ventures creates paid entrepreneurial thinking activities for college and university students with innovative companies in Canada. Their goal is to inspire your creativity, resiliency and future vision – so you can seize your future with the right skill set. The DeGroote Summer Experience Venture Challenge will enable you hone entrepreneurial thinking skills, working alongside side a real-world innovator (and DeGroote alumni!) – MERIT Brewing. Experience Ventures is funded by the Employment and Skills Development Canada.

Located in the heart of downtown Hamilton at 107 James Street North, MERIT Brewing is a brewery, kitchen, and bottle shop. Guided by a team of ambitious friends, MERIT strives to represent the heart, art, and soul of Hamilton in every beer, every bite, and every experience.

Merit Brewing is challenging our students to push digital boundaries and help them maintain and grow their emerging online retail business post-COVID:

  • Apply your learnings, skills and talents to energize MERIT’s next phase and design the future of their work through this cutting-edge project!
  • The Challenge is open to students in all DeGroote programs but will be limited to a maximum of 35 student participants. You will be placed into cross-program teams of 3-4 students.
  • Those that successfully complete the Challenge will be eligible to receive a $500 stipend.

Learn more and apply on OSCARplus by May 30 to be part of this exciting Experience Ventures Challenge!

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