Seneca is partnering with Canadian postsecondary institutions with the support of the Mastercard Foundation and Colleges & Institutes Canada (CICan) to support the Young Africa Works in Kenya - Youth Employability Through Technical and Vocation Education and Training (TVET) program, which aims to create new work opportunities for young people in Kenya.
The Humber-Seneca Polytechnic Partnership (HSPP) has expanded learning opportunities for students as they begin, continue or complete their postsecondary education with either institution.
Seneca, with support from TD Bank Group, has extended its successful Career Recharge series of free upskilling sessions through 2021.
Seneca has launched more than 100 short courses designed to help students and professionals acquire the skills they need to take their careers to the next level and respond to work disruptions caused by the pandemic.
Up to 6,000 students, graduates and professionals will train through free workshops in cloud computing and AI.
Seneca and Humber College are partnering with Global Innovation & Skills Development Canada (GISDC) to develop an entrepreneurship incubation hub in Maldives that will increase employment and earning opportunities for local youth.
Seneca’s Newnham Campus in Toronto will be greener and more natural, thanks to new funding from the City of Toronto.