By joining Lazaridis School student associations, our students can make strong connections to the Lazaridis School community and to give back to the community they are a part of.
The Lazaridis Students' Society ("LazSoc") is a student-run organization through the Wilfrid Laurier Students' Union that oversees several subsidiary clubs, associations and committees made up of undergraduate students. LazSoc strives to enrich the Lazaridis School student experience beyond the classroom, providing our students with the opportunity to learn new skills, network and contribute to their personal growth.
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The Business Technology Management Students' Association (BTMSA) is a, student run, non-profit serving students within the Business Technology Management Program (BTM) in Brantford. The BTMSA seeks to offer a variety of services and initiatives to enrich and enhance the educational experience of the BTM student body.
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Our students take what they've learned in the classroom and put that knowledge into action through various case competitions.
Case competitions give students the opportunity to solve real-world problems and build on business skills they will require in their careers once they complete their studies at Laurier.
PRISM stands for Providing Resources for Information Systems Management, with a mission to bridge the gap between technology and students.
As a Lazaridis School student, you have access to PRISM resources, a student-run program that provides you with equipment rentals, training courses and optimal study spaces to ensure you have an enriching student experience.
The Laurier Startup Fund gives our students real-life investment experience.
Students receive a unique immersive educational experience. Accomplished investors receive due diligence support. High potential companies gain an efficient investment decision process. The Laurier Startup Fund finds high potential companies in which to invest.
Lazaridis School students are equipped with practical skills and real-world experiences because we encourage them to actively engage with industry professionals, participate in case competitions and embrace experiential learning opportunities.
Be a part of the inspiration by providing opportunities for our students to go beyond traditional classroom learning and cultivate our future leaders and innovators.