Agility assists, connects, and educates student-entrepreneurs along their journey towards becoming successful entrepreneurs in Southern Alberta. By providing hands-on experience and appropriate education, students will be able to exercise their entrepreneurial spirit in an environment where failure is a place to learn.
The RBC Family and Small Business Summit
is hosted annually and features a distinguished keynote speaker and accompanying seminar series related to family and small business. The goal of this conference is to expose students to the opportunities associated with family and small business and to present opportunities for southern Alberta businesses to participate in an annual conference on valuable, timely topics related to family and small business issues.
are available to be scheduled with the Agility Program Coordinator for all student entrepreneurs. We will work with you no matter where you are along your endeavour. We will continually work with student entrepreneurs to assist them along their pathway. Agility works closely with community partners like Economic Development Lethbridge, Community Futures, tecconnect, and ATB Boostr to help connect students with the right people at the right time.
Bruce McKillop Agility Leaders of Tomorrow Award
is available to continuing undergraduate students with current involvement in innovative development activities or entrepreneurship. Students are able to submit a proposal for a project/ entrepreneurial endeavour. Up to two $1,500 scholarships are awarded annually. Applications are due November 1st annually.
is a blended learning program that provides U of L students and recent alumni (within the past 5 years) a framework to become successful changemakers and entrepreneurs. The program is free for participation and creates a risk-free environment for the cultivation of big ideas.
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RBC Agility Award
is provided to any student who is currently or has previously participated in the Agility program, with an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship related to family, small, or rural business activities. Preference for the scholarships will be given to students registered in Dhillon School Business's Family & Small Business Minor. Up to ten $1,500 scholarships are awarded annually. Applications are due February 1st annually.
an alumni of the University of Lethbridge, has stated that his “liberal education gave him the skills he needed to succeed in business”. Bruce's generous gift will allow students an opportunity to use their acquired liberal education skills to learn about entrepreneurism and risk-taking in a supportive and safe environment. This fund will greatly impact the development our innovative leaders of tomorrow.
is committed to supporting endeavours that empower organizations to make a difference and inspire others. Through funding form the RBC Foundation, donations are intended to create social and economic opportunities that strengthen the health and quality of life in the communities in which we live and work.