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TWL Law, Innovation & The Green Economy Bridging Program

It is no secret that we at TWL Law love innovation. Whether it’s exploring innovation around AI and it’s applications in the world of Law, or working towards innovative ideas to support inclusive thinking - we are big fans.

That's why supporting the Green Economy Bridging Program at the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson is such a natural fit for us.

We appreciate the innovative approach that this program brings helping to open doors for internationally educated professionals in this important, exciting and growing sector. The green economy is defined as an economy that aims for sustainable development without degrading the environment and the Green Economy program fuses the idea of lifelong learning with lifelong sustainability.

Back in October, I had the privilege of speaking on behalf of TWL Law at Ryerson University's Green Economy Sustainability Presentation. In a world where sensitivity to the environment is becoming increasingly important, many businesses want to know how they can reduce their ecological footprint, and we, at TWL Law are no different.

The Green Economy Bridging Program developed by the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson is proud to offer a bridging program for internationally educated professionals with backgrounds in engineering, architecture, science, environmental science, energy, agriculture, and other related disciplines.

The Green Economy Bridging Program innovates by:

• Setting up newcomers to be highly successful in a growing sector that offers a win-win for everyone involved.

• Encouraging both entrepreneurship and corporate career paths supporting students dreams and making for employees and business leaders that offer huge value to the Canadian economy.

• Fusing the strengths of Ryerson’s Career Centre, employer partners and Ryerson’s incredibly inclusive approach towards supporting diversity, to develop events that add value to all that attend (including speakers!) such as the Investing in Inclusion series of events.

Thank you to Juliet Dhanraj, MSc, LEED GA, ISSP-SA, Jose A. Garcia, P. Eng., MBA and all those that work so smart and effectively to drive the Green Economy Bridging Program to where it is today, and where it’s headed for tomorrow.

It humbles us that you include us as a partner in your journey. We look forward to continuing to support!


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