Canada | In action since 2012
Past WC appearances
Our proudest moment of the past year:
The creation of our new project in First Nations. Also, Project One Seed has now become self-sustainable. We are so proud of the Zambians for their hard-work and progress.
Biggest challenge from the past year:
The biggest challenge has been meeting the ever-growing demand of our projects. We are a very small school and team, therefore it can be hard to recruit the human capital that is necessary for our work.
Team described in one word:
Ella is receiving her undergraduate in Business Administration. She has been involved with Enactus for one year and serves as her team’s Project Leader. Ella says there is no such thing as a typical day at Enactus Lambton College. Every day brings new opportunities and challenges. One cannot be typical to get extraordinary results.
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Brian is a Business Administration student who anticipates graduating April 2021. He has been involved with Enactus for a year and serves as the team’s Project Leader. Brian was introduced to Enactus by Jon Milos, the faculty advisor for Enactus Lambton. Milos was one of Brian’s first professors at the college. “Through taking his class it was very easy to see the passion he has for the Enactus Lambton team and our recent victories at competition.”
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