The Allison Kane Memorial Entrepreneurial Prize

The $1,000 prize will be presented to the student who has completed or will be completing MGMT*4050 and/or MGMT*4060 by the end of the Winter semester and demonstrates the highest level of commitment to community-based entrepreneurial activities.

Allison M Kane (1987 BA – Double Major Management Economics and Economics)

Established by her friends and family in memory of Allison Marie Kane, a former University of Guelph student who was a well-respected leader in her community who had a vibrant personality and expressed her entrepreneurial spirit by returning to her family business after graduation. The Allison Kane Memorial Entrepreneurial Prize of $1,000 will be presented to the student who has completed or will be completing MGMT*4050 and/or MGMT*4060 by the end of the Winter semester who demonstrates the highest level of commitment to community-based entrepreneurial activities including but not limited to working with clients on community-based projects through the Centre for Business and Student Enterprise (CBaSE), volunteer experiences, or extra-curricular activities; and who best describes how their experiences with community-based entrepreneurial projects have positively impacted their perspective on community involvement. The level of commitment and description of impact will be weighed equally.

Eligibility and Selection Criteria

Eligibility: Students who have previously completed or will be completing MGMT*4050 and/or MGMT*4060 by the end of the Winter semester. 

Selection Criteria: The student who demonstrates the highest level of commitment to community-based entrepreneurial activities including but not limited to working with clients on community-based projects through the Centre for Business and Student Enterprise (CBaSE), volunteer experiences, or extra-curricular activities; and who best describes how their experiences with community-based entrepreneurial projects have positively impacted their perspective on community involvement. The level of commitment and description of impact will be weighed equally.

Applications

This page will be updated once applications are open.