Re-Code is helping to make an impact by partnering with organizations to carry out social innovation initiatives. Our collaboration extends to the 37 universities and colleges that received Re-Code funding when we launched to support campus social innovation and entrepreneurship.

Project Archive

Explore the projects that Re-Code is assisting through its partnerships.

HEC Montréal

Create a social innovation zone that provides support services to current and future entrepreneurs, and to social businesses.

Cégep de Sherbrooke

Set up a non-profit organisation that offers various services to the community and enables Cégep students to develop entrepreneurial and managerial skills.

Queen’s University

Scaling up of existing activities, such as boot camps, courses, workshops and case writing, and the creation of a Social Impact Academy and a Social Impact Lab.

OCAD University

Expand the social enterprise incubation and acceleration entrepreneurship programs, create a social enterprise fund, and launch the Arts Trader and Design Advantage program.

Ryerson University

Increase engagement in social innovation across faculties, support applied research and experiential learning, and strengthen knowledge mobilization.

Georgian College

Increase capacity for experiential and multi‐disciplinary learning, the number of changemaker spaces to incubate and grow new social enterprises, and foster innovative social finance.

University of Guelph

Act as a comprehensive research and incubation hub for prototypes and cutting edge innovations addressing food systems issues.

University of British Columbia

Expand e@UBC accelerator programs to directly support social ventures from idea stage to first revenues. Create seed investment support for new UBC-affiliated social and impact startups.

Carleton University

Leverage institutional experience for capacity building and development of new tools in social finance and regional economic development.

University of Victoria, Camosun College, and Royal Roads University

Strengthen collaborative relationships and initiatives of post-secondary institutions, community, industry, and government that reinforce an enterprise approach to social innovation on Vancouver Island.

University of Victoria, Camosun College, and Royal Roads University

Strengthen collaborative relationships and initiatives of post-secondary institutions, community, industry, and government that reinforce an enterprise approach to social innovation on Vancouver Island.

University of Victoria, Camosun College, and Royal Roads University

Strengthen collaborative relationships and initiatives of post-secondary institutions, community, industry, and government that reinforce an enterprise approach to social innovation on Vancouver Island.

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Integrate a centre for social innovation and entrepreneurship, a graduate degree program and incubator, and the expansion of community service learning and partnerships.

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