Join Enactus Memorial! Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org All Memorial University students welcome!
Enactus (formerly SIFE) Memorial is based out of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador and we are one of over 50 Enactus Teams across Canada. Enactus Memorial is also a part of the global Enactus network, which is comprised of post-secondary student teams from more than 40 countries. Enactus teams aim to develop and implement projects that create economic opportunity to the citizens of their country. With over 1,500 teams in operation, it makes sense to become a part of the change Enactus is creating worldwide.
At Enactus Memorial, we aim to inspire the future leaders of tomorrow by educating them today. We create a call to action to generate opportunity for our community, our country, and our world. We are our defined by our mission statement: to create local solutions to global economic challenges. This mission drives everything we do and focuses our energy on the people of Newfoundland and Labrador, their roadblocks, their economic realities and their opportunities.
Please take a closer look at our projects and our organization. After all, it is through these projects and impact that we were named the Enactus World Cup Champions in 2008! With new projects and new outreach, we continue to strive to create sustainable solutions for economic challenges.
Enactus Memorial is an organization open to Memorial University students across all faculties. By being a member of Enactus Memorial, not only are you changing lives but you are gaining the real-world experience to be competitive upon graduation.
You could be an education student looking to gain real-world teaching experience in both high schools and elementary schools. You could be a social work student looking to work with seniors or help revitalize a first nations community. You could be a pre-med student looking to diversify their volunteer portfolio. You could be an important member of Enactus Memorial!
To Create Local Solutions to Global Economic Challenges