This summer, a group of students from the Richard Ivey School of Business are travelling to various locations in Africa to volunteer as teachers for university business classes in the case study method. This is an education that would otherwise not be available to these students and is highly valuable to them. Africa has a high need for people educated in business to help build its economy.
The students are giving up the opportunity to work during this period and on top of that are incurring the bulk of the travel and living expenses themselves. We are looking for donations to help fund this trip and make it more accessible for students in future years.
Any help would be appreciated and will help us reach our goal of creating opportunity and economic stability in Africa.
For further information about the program please visit: http://www.ivey.uwo.ca/centres/engaging/outreach/39countryinitiative.htm