Coaching is a billion-dollar industry that is growing in leaps and bounds as it leaves a trail of successes behind. Benefits, from improved productivity and new hire retention rates to customer service improvements and reduced costs, are being attributed to coaching practices by major North American firms such as IBM, Ernst & Young and Marriott hotels.
At a ceremony today, Mayor David Miller joined a team of community partners to celebrate the achievements of 10 young people in the Jane/Finch Introduction to Multi-media Pilot Project. As part of the Mayor's Community Safety Plan, this project capitalized on young people's interest in arts and culture to engage them in academic, economic, social, violence prevention and skill-building opportunities.
From human tragedy to the incredible task of restoring infrastructure for a previously thriving city, Hurricane Katrina’s wake has left devastation and challenges on many levels including that of the environment.
The final results are in for the 26th annual Ontario College Marketing competition.
Student entrepreneurs introduce new products and services to the Canadian market, including portable hand soap technology, nutritious snack food, and exotic pet plants at Seneca College’s New Venture Trade Show.
Seneca College hosts the Ontario Colleges’ Marketing Competition (OCMC) 2005, a two-day contest where marketing students from colleges across Ontario solve marketing problems. Students are evaluated by judges from industry.
Seneca students will be the first college students in Ontario to have access to a state-of-the-art stress testing machine.
On Monday, November 7 at 10 a.m. Seneca College’s newest Employment Resource Centre (3660 Midland Avenue, 2nd Floor at the southwest corner of McNicoll and Midland) will host an official open house event to introduce the community to its services.
Vintage fashions dating from the 1880s to 1940 will be the main attraction in an event designed to support the preservation and growth of Seneca College’s Fashion Resource Centre.
Federal NDP Leader Jack Layton will visit Seneca College on Monday, September 19.
With a long standing history of creating market responsive programs, Seneca College’s newest degree programs address business and industry needs spanning employment and staffing, global trade issues and information security principles, practices and technology.
The Garfield Weston Merit Scholarship for Colleges (GWMSC) are Canada´s first and most prestigious undergraduate scholarships for colleges, selecting and rewarding talented students who show promise of leadership, a strong dedication to their field of study and a commitment to making positive contributions in their communities.
Seneca College communications professor Beth Agnew has taken up an extreme sport so she can better interpret how the Internet creates culture.
As a college committed to multiculturalism in Canada, Seneca will continue to provide accommodation for the Caravan performers who are currently in one of its Residence and Conference Centres.
Seneca College is recognizing the positive impact and economic benefits of partnerships between colleges and private sector businesses, community organizations and committed individuals that has recently been reinforced as part of the Rae review of post-secondary education.
A partnership between business and education is bringing valuable resources and skills together to benefit the Greater Toronto Area economy.
Lessons in Fear, a documentary film produced in association with Seneca College, presents an unvarnished look at the struggle to make education a positive force in Israeli and Palestinian relations.
I am encouraged by the provincial budget announcement of more than $100 million in operating funds for colleges for 2005-2006. This is a positive first step in response to the recommendations outlined in the recent review of post-secondary education by former Premier Bob Rae – which clearly identified a substantial need for increased investment in Ontario’s colleges and universities.
Seneca students will be well prepared to take advantage of the growing demand for skilled contact centre employees with the creation of the BMO Customer Contact Centre Lab.
Seneca College will provide recent applicants, their families, and members of the general public, a day to discover the world of opportunities available at Canada’s largest college.
York Region Sci-Tech Fair is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2005 Pfizer Canada Award of Excellence, the Ontario Association of Medical Laboratories Award, and the Sci-Tech Ontario Stepping Stone Award.
On Wednesday, April 13, Redefining Design will take over The Carlu for a spectacular show of original fashions, visual merchandising exhibits and floral creations.
Seneca College and the York-Seneca Institute for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (YSIMSTE) will host more than 100 of the area’s brightest young minds at the 2005 York Region Sci-Tech Fair.
As if going to college to learn how to be a successful musician wasn’t exciting enough, the Independent Music Production (IMP) program at Seneca College has just become even more cutting edge.
The list includes a Canadian Senator, the CEO of Habitat for Humanity, a Crisis Intervention Worker, the President of Canada’s largest property tax consulting firm, a Partner in Canada´s only unionized accredited advertising agency, a Business and Clinical Co-ordinator, and a Vice-President for Mother Parker’s Tea and Coffee.
With a joint commitment to innovation, collaboration with leading academic institutions, and the pursuit of new advances in networked education and federated information, Sun Microsystems of Canada Inc. has contributed more than $500,000 in technology and applied research support to Seneca College. The contribution is the result of a long-term relationship between Seneca and Sun and demonstrates significant intellectual and financial collaboration, leading the way in academic technological innovation.
Ryan, the ground-breaking computer animated film, produced by Copper Heart Entertainment and the National Film Board (NFB) of Canada in association with Seneca College was handed the greatest filmmaking honour last night with the Oscar ® for Best Short Film - Animated.
When thousands of college students head off for study week from February 28 – March 4, the halls of Seneca College will still be filled with junior and high school students taking part in a variety of science and technology-related learning activities.
Seneca College will be offering a new Competitive Gymnastics Coaching Diploma program starting September 2005.
The next time someone in Canada downloads a new game onto their cell phone, it may be one of the games created by four students in Seneca’s Computer Programming and Analysis and Gaming programs. The mobile games they created as part of the AirG and Seneca College Mobile Entertainment Development Competition are going to market.