RADIUS launches Social Innovation Activators program
RADIUS at Simon Fraser University (SFU) is launching the new Social Innovation Activators program, an opportunity for SFU’s emerging changemakers to help understand, shape, and activate a stronger social innovation community that engages all faculties on all SFU campuses. SFU students from all faculties are invited to apply by November 30.
Three emerging student leaders will be trained to lead interviews of faculty, staff, and students in order to understand the SFU community’s perception of social innovation. Furthermore, the activators will help create a repository of social innovation support resources at SFU by finding and sorting bursaries, awards, scholarships, grants, courses, etc. available for change-making activities. The program supports the cross-campus work of SFU Innovates.
Students from all programs and faculties are encouraged to apply.
Will you be one of the first Social Innovation Activators?
To learn more about the program, click here.