Masters Level Class of 2017 give back to Schulich!
Leading by example, Frank Paul, GBC President and Puneet Singh, GBC Director of Community & Alumni Relations have spearheaded the Master’s Level Class of 2017 Class Gift Campaign with a matching gift opportunity to champion student well-being. Frank and Puneet contributed, on behalf of the GBC, toward the purchase of essential Fitness and Resistance equipment for the new Wellness Suite in the Graduate Study and Research Building, which is currently under construction and scheduled to open in March 2018.
Gift of any size matters as the GBC will match dollar-for-dollar, up to $4,000, all donations from the Master’s Level Class of 2017.
If you make your gift on or before June 30, 2017, you will receive a commemorative Schulich-branded leather-bound journal, in appreciation of your participation in your class gift initiative.
To contribute toward the well-being of Schulich students, support the Campaign by visiting www.schulichclassgift.ca or by clicking the ‘Give now’ button on the top right-hand side. Thank you for participating.
Download the Class Gift 2017 Leaflet
“During my time at Schulich, I have been lucky enough to meet and work with some of the most talented, intelligent and insightful people that I have ever encountered. I believe it is important as a graduating student and soon-to-be alumni that we give both our time and resources with the goal of improving the experience and quality of life for those students who follow in our footsteps. We hope that you will join us in donating towards the Master’s Level Class of 2017 Class Gift Campaign so that the Wellness Suite in the new Graduate Study and Research Building has the essential Fitness and Resistance equipment to provide a stress relieving outlet for our students who work incredibly hard at becoming the business leaders of tomorrow.”
“I will always have fond memories of my time at Schulich mostly because of all the remarkable people I met along my two year IMBA journey. As we all know though those two years were filled with very late nights and numerous early mornings. Imagine if we had a small gym within the Schulich building when we were going through our Master’s degrees. Getting in 15-20 minutes of exercise would’ve made those late nights a lot more bearable. As we enter the next part of our professional lives let’s leave behind a better Schulich for future students. ”