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Seneca 360 provides access to a range of professional services by helping your organization utilize our student and alumni expertise to deliver better services to the community.
We find, hire and pay the students or alumni that match your requirements. This initiative allows you to access the skills you need to continue and enhance your work without incurring further costs. We will consider all projects that fall under the full-time academic programs offered at Seneca.
The video, created by Seneca Animation students, explains how Seneca 360 can help your organization.
Seneca 360 LIVE is a stream of Seneca 360 that provides free-of-charge assistance to not-for-profit organizations with projects specifically related to events, content creation, and marketing and strategy. Projects admitted into the Seneca 360 LIVE stream will see an expedited intake process, allowing the project to begin sooner and also allowing more bandwidth in our regular Seneca 360 program. Seneca 360 LIVE was developed in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic that has disrupted the way not-for-profit organizations fundraise, putting many at risk of shutting their doors and thus depriving the community of their important contributions.
Seneca 360 is a great opportunity to gain experience and make valuable connections in your industry, while also giving back to your community. Because we receive a wide variety of projects, we cannot predict what types of jobs will be available and when. Please continue to check SenecaWorks for job postings that suit your qualifications. If you are an alumnus without access to SenecaWorks, you can look for job postings on LinkedIn by searching #Seneca360.
Since launching in 2018, Seneca 360 has helped many not-for-profit organizations get access to a broad range of quality
services provided by Seneca students and grads and overseen by
professors. Below are some of the highlights:
Learn more about Seneca 360 and why you should get involved in working with students, courtesy of the Good Partnership Podcast. The episode features Catherine Brassard, Co-ordinator of Seneca 360, and Professor Peter Moscone.