St. Stephen’s University’s Community Appreciation Campaign shone a spotlight on six non-profit organizations based in New Brunswick that have been supporting their community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’ve heard lots of stories about charities and non-profits who are actively supporting their community, said Jacob Rose, St. Stephen’s University’s Marketing Coordinator. The campaign was created specifically for the pandemic and had a very quick turnaround, coming together in just one week. (Continue reading the story here)
St. Stephen’s University is the best-kept secret in New Brunswick. We have a history of providing transformative educational experiences, with alumni going on to a wide variety of careers all over the world. Currently, we are looking to grow our student body and to expand some of our academic offerings, and to do this we need help to share the story of Canada’s Smallest University. (Click for more on the program)
“St. Stephen’s University is encouraging young people to find the positive amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The university has announced a new Community Appreciation Campaign, an opportunity for young people aged 16-to-24 to nominate community organizations that are working to help during the outbreak, with three submissions earning $500 donations to continue their work.” To read the full article, visit Charlotte FM, CHSJ
Listen Here. St. Stephen’s University President, Dr. Margaret Anne Smith speaks with Vanessa Vander Valk from CBC on the new Community Appreciation Campaign. This program provides an opportunity for young people to actively support their communities during this time. To nominate an organization, visit www.ssu.ca/cac
“Canada’s smallest Liberal Arts University is pleased to announce Dr. Margaret Anne Smith has been selected as its new president. St. Stephen’s University (SSU), under the leadership of Smith, will continue to play a valuable role for the people of New Brunswick facing current challenges and uncertainties in the world today.” Read the full article here, visit the St. Croix Courier website.