ABOUT ENACTUS UBC

Curiosity. Courage. Change.

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OUR MISSION

To make measurable improvements in the community through the use of entrepreneurship while helping UBC students become socially responsible business leaders.

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OUR VISION

To improve the community through increased opportunity, economic equality, and social responsibility.

 

 ENACTUS BRINGS STUDENTS AND ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTION TOGETHER TO ADDRESS SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ACROSS THE WORLD.

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Enactus acts as a platform for students worldwide to use conscious capitalism to spark social change in their communities. With the help of academic advisors and business professionals, students partaking in Enactus are able to implement their projects and businesses within their communities, sparking entrepreneurial interest. Enactus currently operates in 36 countries with over 72,000 students participating in one of the 1,800 university teams worldwide.

At Enactus UBC, we strive to make measurable improvements in our community through the use of entrepreneurship while helping UBC students become socially responsible business leaders. With our team of over 100 members, we are able to continue developing our projects, further driving the Enactus mission.

2021-2022 ENACTUS UBC IMPACT 

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Hours Dedicated

150

Members

10,000

Lives Improved

ENACTUS COMPETITIONS

Annually, our team at UBC competes in the Enactus Canada Regional (March) and National (May) Expositions to highlight the impact created in the school year through our entrepreneurial initiatives.

 

This is an opportunity for students across Canada from over 70 different institutions to join together and compete on which project has made the greatest social impact. Through a business presentation format, teams are evaluated on three main criteria: Needs Assessment, Taking Action, and Enabling Progress.

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Regionals takes place in Western, Central and Atlantic Canada where teams compete in three challenge categories: Financial Education, Climate Change, and Entrepreneurship. The winners of these Regional challenges will then advance to present at Nationals.

Nationals is the opportunity for all Enactus chapters across Canada to present on the progress of their projects from the past year. Successful teams that pass through opening and semi-finals will present on the National stage to represent Enactus Canada at the Enactus World Cup.