On Sept. 10, York alumna Nadine Spencer (BA ’04) – along with many Canadians – got some monumental news that was a long time coming. The federal government announced the installment of the Black Entrepreneurship Program, the first of its kind, that will provide $221 million in capital to Black entrepreneurs and business owners in communities across Canada, providing loans between $25,000 and $250,000. Read more.
Bold. Inspired. Visionary. It takes a true leader to inspire positive change in the world, and these are just some of the traits that define the successful York University alumni, driven to make a meaningful difference in their communities.
That’s why we’re launching our first-ever Top 30 Changemakers Under 30 – to recognize and honour the inspiring and diverse alumni 29 years old and younger, who are exemplary leaders in creating positive change, at home and abroad. Read more.
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