Hamilton area teens attend SHAD

Community Jun 15, 2017 Ancaster News

Five Hamilton area high school students will be among 801 teens taking part in one of Canada’s top incubators for youth innovation and entrepreneurship this summer.

Ancaster High students Rhianne Crowther and Akshay Maharaj, Meira Morphet from St. Mary, and Lauren Wong and Faizaan Madhani of Westmount will participate in SHAD — an enrichment program that has helped develop the raw skills and talents of close to 16,000 youth since 1980.

Thirteen Canadian university campuses from coast to coast will host SHAD participants in July. Students will live in residence and attend lectures and workshops from top faculty focused around science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

The local students were selected after a competition that included examining students’ extracurricular activities, as well as the work they do in the community and beyond to make a difference.


Hamilton area teens attend SHAD

Ancaster High, St. Mary and Westmount students participate in program

Community Jun 15, 2017 Ancaster News

Five Hamilton area high school students will be among 801 teens taking part in one of Canada’s top incubators for youth innovation and entrepreneurship this summer.

Ancaster High students Rhianne Crowther and Akshay Maharaj, Meira Morphet from St. Mary, and Lauren Wong and Faizaan Madhani of Westmount will participate in SHAD — an enrichment program that has helped develop the raw skills and talents of close to 16,000 youth since 1980.

Thirteen Canadian university campuses from coast to coast will host SHAD participants in July. Students will live in residence and attend lectures and workshops from top faculty focused around science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

The local students were selected after a competition that included examining students’ extracurricular activities, as well as the work they do in the community and beyond to make a difference.


Hamilton area teens attend SHAD

Ancaster High, St. Mary and Westmount students participate in program

Community Jun 15, 2017 Ancaster News

Five Hamilton area high school students will be among 801 teens taking part in one of Canada’s top incubators for youth innovation and entrepreneurship this summer.

Ancaster High students Rhianne Crowther and Akshay Maharaj, Meira Morphet from St. Mary, and Lauren Wong and Faizaan Madhani of Westmount will participate in SHAD — an enrichment program that has helped develop the raw skills and talents of close to 16,000 youth since 1980.

Thirteen Canadian university campuses from coast to coast will host SHAD participants in July. Students will live in residence and attend lectures and workshops from top faculty focused around science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

The local students were selected after a competition that included examining students’ extracurricular activities, as well as the work they do in the community and beyond to make a difference.