Milad Moghaddas’ journey from the Ted Rogers School to Columbia University

Ted Rogers School of Management Entrepreneurship & Strategy student Milad Moghaddas will be graduating soon and heading off to Columbia University in New York to pursue his  Master of Science in Strategic Communication degree in the Fall. His path to the Ivy League school wasn’t always an easy one, however. As a first-generation university student,…

Students gain valuable experience at Law & Business Clinic

The Law & Business Clinic at the Ted Rogers School of Management provides free legal services in a variety of business law matters to entrepreneurs and small businesses that cannot afford to retain a lawyer. It also offers third and fourth year students majoring in Law and Business the opportunity to develop essential skills and gain…

Raptors female broadcast team take part in Women in Sport Business Leadership Panel

In this Blog Post, Ellie Beadle (3rd-year Marketing Management student) and Maddy Harris (4th-year RTA Sport Media student) write about attending a virtual Women in Sport Business Leadership panel discussion ahead of the first all-female NBA broadcast. “To all the young girls that are currently watching this broadcast, we welcome you especially. …When we were…

Sport Marketing During the Pandemic

Lucy Trepanier, second-year Graphic Communications Management student minoring in Marketing Management, and Hayden Godfrey, third-year Professional Communication student, share their impressions of the virtual MLSE panel discussion they attended for their Sport Marketing (MKT 829) class: For almost any sport media or sport marketing student in Toronto, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) represents the…

Students discuss their experience attending virtual Retail Week

Now in its 13th year, Retail Week is aimed at engaging and connecting Retail Management students at the Ted Rogers School of Management with members of the industry through networking events, competitions, workshops and panel discussions on trends in the world of retail. This year’s event, which took place November 16-20, 2020, was held virtually because…

Co-op During COVID

While the COVID-19 pandemic may have forced offices to physically close, students in the Ted Rogers Co-op program have still been able to gain valuable work experience with remote work placements at some of Canada’s leading organizations. The Business Career Hub (BCH), which runs the Ted Rogers Co-op Program, has been working hard during this…

Katherine Tran’s co-op placement at the Ryerson Entrepreneur Institute

The Ryerson Entrepreneur Institute (REI) is a university-wide program, initiated by the Office of the Provost, to motivate students to actively discover new innovations and act on them to create new businesses, non-profit organizations or community programs. The goal is to provide students with a rich experiential and transformative learning experience and empower them with a philosophy…

Retail Management’s Experiential Learning Trip to Vancouver

Before the COVID-19 pandemic restricted travel and large gatherings, 12 Retail Management students went on an Experiential Learning Trip to Vancouver for a behind-the-scenes tour of some of today’s leading Canadian retailers. The trip, which took place during the 2020 February Study Week, was organized by the Retail Student Association (RSA) and was accompanied by…

A Q&A with LocalStudent co-founder Alex Ryzer

Ted Rogers School of Management Entrepreneurship & Strategy student Alex Ryzer discusses his startup business, LocalStudent, skills gained from his program, help he received from StartUp Certified and his future outlook.  When did you create your business and why? LocalStudent co-founder Marko Semcesen and I have been in the home services industry for a combined…

A Q&A with heart transplant survivor Maariyah Rahman

Ted Rogers School of Management Marketing student Maariyah Rahman talks about her recovery after having a heart transplant, her efforts to raise awareness about organ and tissue donation and how her experience and co-op placement helped her find her calling.  How is your health now and how is your recovery going?  I feel very healthy…

A Q&A with graduate and donor Katrina Ann del Rosario

Recent Business Technology Management graduate Katrina Ann del Rosario (BComm, 2019) reflects on her time at TRSM, her valuable co-op experience and why she wanted to give back to support the next generation of business leaders. How was your time as a student at TRSM?  In the beginning, I was very intimidated to start my life…

TRSM students talk about their co-op experiences

Ted Rogers Co-op students have the opportunity to work at leading organizations in sectors ranging from healthcare and finance to property development and the public service. This allows them to gain valuable work experience and industry connections.  Here are what a few of our students had to say about their co-op experiences:  Daniela Poliszuk, Marketing ManagementSickKids…