Bishop’s University students will soon have the opportunity to apply for Pathy Foundation Fellowships to receive funding allowing them to implement stimulating new sustainable social change and community development ideas.
“The Pathy Foundation Fellowship is an amazing opportunity for our students to take their ideas to help communities within Canada and around the world and put them into action to foster sustainable and positive social change,” explains Dr. Michael Teed, of Bishop’s University’s Williams School of Business, who is the Pathy Foundation Fellowship’s point of contact at Bishop’s. “Fellows who are selected are provided with up to $ 40,000 to contribute to living allowance, travel expenses, and initiative funding. In addition, selected fellows receive training at the Coady Institute at St. Francis Xavier prior to and during their fellowship.”
Through this new partnership, Bishop’s University is offering its students an amazing new opportunity to make a difference helping their community make sustainable social changes by applying to the Pathy Foundation Fellowship.
Through the Coady Institute, Bishop’s joins St. Francis Xavier University, as well as McGill University, Queen’s University and the University of Ottawa in offering full-time graduating undergraduate and graduate student the chance to apply for up to $ 40,000 to support their projects over one year.
The Pathy Foundation Fellowship is an outstanding experiential learning opportunity that allows graduating students the chance to leverage their meaningful connection with the community to bring about sustainable community development.
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