Sonja Mellema, a local youth from Taber, Alberta, first joined the Rotary Alberta Youth Entrepreneurship Camp in 2014. Now, in 2023, she continues to return to volunteer, while working with a tech start-up in Calgary, Alberta.
Over 25 years, more children aged 13 to 15 have signed up to be a part of the Rotary Alberta Entrepreneurship Youth Camp, hosted at Eagles Nest Ranch in partnership between Community Futures Chinook, Community Futures Entre-Corp, Rotary Club of Medicine Hat, and other Community Futures in Alberta.
A new program in the community of Medicine Hat will connect highly-skilled new Canadians with local professional mentors to bridge the gap between employees and employers.
Ever since he was young, Tyrone Smith found reptiles fascinating. He saw them as some see cats and dogs, as comforting companions with a unique personality and charming nature.
An eager man who helps support and build a solid foundation for a community to move forward, Cypress County Councillor Richard Oster accepted the Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Award on Jan. 25, 2023.
Medicine Hat’s downtown sees new business owners open their doors more each year, from breweries, to bistros, multi-use spaces, and breakfast shops. The heart of the city is becoming more welcoming for locally-owned businesses, and the owners are delighted to have found a home for their passion.
Brands are the face of the business — the first impression, and creating a strong and effective brand that speaks to your business’ messaging and values can come easy when connecting with Community Future’s free program, Digital Service Squad (DSS).
Cyber security can easily be implemented into a business, big or small, with the help of Community Futures’ new program, Digital Service Squad.
Taylor Hardekopf, from Community Futures Entre-Corp, and Grace Evans, from Community Futures Chinook, are the Digital Service Squad experts who have noticed the incline in cyber attacks and online hacking over the last few months, especially on social media.