While these past few years have been anything but typical, we believe that it has offered us - as both students and individuals - the opportunity for learning and growth. The Commerce Executive on Orientation has decided to leverage this opportunity and embark on self-reflection and transformation. Through enacting various improvements and changes across all aspects of Orientation Week, the CEO of 2022 is committed to positive change across our student body and school community.
Smith Commerce Orientation Week 2022 will redefine how transitioning into the program looks and feels. Through implementing new initiatives and advancing past changes, Smith Commerce Orientation Week 2022 will ensure a sense of belonging while providing students with the tools to achieve their goals.
Commerce Executive on Orientation of 2022
We would like to draw your attention to four key pillars, which the CEO of 2022 will use to guide us throughout this year. Please take a moment to reflect on what each of these pillars mean to you.
For us, transparency means sharing our improvements, reforms, and progress with our stakeholders. We understand that many individuals are personally invested in the success of Orientation Week and for this reason, we are committed to building trust through transparency.
Commitment to transformation entails achieving sustainable shifts in our mindset and behaviours. We are committed to finding new and improved ways of operating and are consciously working towards transformational change.
We have thoughtfully redefined our mission, values, and goals, and are committed to holding ourselves accountable for delivering these expectations. We hope that you will hold us accountable as well to foster a culture of change.
We understand the integral role that Orientation Week plays in supporting First-Year's transition to University, and we are committed to increasing support measures to better facilitate their success.
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THE APPRENTICESHIP CHALLENGE
EQUITY, DIVERSITY, INCLUSION