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"From Job Seekers to Job Creators"

The connection between a university degree and a well-paying job has never been as tenuous as it is for young people entering university today. This week, we bring you a new series called "From Job Seekers to Job Creators: Entrepreneurship and Education".

Part 1: The CBC's Mary Wiens tells us the story of The Next 36 External Site, a program that aims to produce the country's next generation of entrepreneurs.
Listen audio (runs 6:35) MW 2.JPG

Part 2: Mary tells the story of one team of student entrepreneurs, and their efforts to come up with a winning business plan.
Listen audio (runs 6:43) MW 1.jpg The student entrepreneurs behind SesameIO, a new app that helps teachers mark their students and connect with parents.

Part 3: Matt Galloway spoke with Bonnie Patterson. She is the president and CEO of the Council of Ontario Universities.
Listen audio (runs 5:47)

Part 4: Mary tells the story about an app that could transform the lives of people with autism.
Listen audio (runs 6:19)
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Troy Hamilton, Mary Wiens, Nadia Hamilton.




Part 5: Matt Galloway spoke about a partnership with India, with Sheldon Levy. He is the president and Vice Chancellor of Ryerson University.
Listen audio (runs 6:40)

Part 6: Matt Galloway spoke about a partnership with India, with Sheldon Levy. He is the president and Vice Chancellor of Ryerson University.
Listen audio (runs 5:30)

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