Scholarships and Awards

RADIUS Opportunities

October 25, 2018
Print

A list of RADIUS opportunities which includes funding, a fellowship, labs, and more! 

Health Promotion Lab Trampoline (Deadline October 12)

The objective of RADIUS’ Trampoline is to help early stage entrepreneurs and ventures validate their business model. We are actively recruiting ventures with innovative business models that support individuals in Canada to make healthy lifestyle choices, such as through the delivery of services or the adoption of healthful products that encourage the following:

  • Healthy nutrition
  • Exercise / physical activity
  • Responsible use of tobacco or alcohol
  • Positive habit formation as it relates to lifestyle-based chronic disease prevention.

Civic Innovation Change Lab (Deadline October 14)

Civic Innovation Change Lab is a 9-credit, experiential program for SFU's undergraduate students, which is co-delivered in partnership between RADIUS, CityStudio, Semester in Dialogue, and the Beedie School of Business. This year's Civic Innovation Change Lab will focus on the theme of "Neighborhood Resiliency". Each project will respond to the challenges faced within City of Vancouver neighbourhoods and explore community-oriented solutions that engage citizens and build local resilience. Students will develop and test an innovative, venture-based response by working both in the classroom, as well as in local communities to gain real-world experience.

Health Promotion Lab Slingshot Accelerator (Deadline October 21)

The RADIUS Slingshot Accelerator is a six-month program that supports early stage, social impact ventures that are ready to grow. Through Slingshot’s unique combination of cohort based learning, individualized mentorship and equity investment, we support you to become investment, market, and growth ready. The cohort size is limited to eight ventures to ensure participants benefit fully from the program. We are actively recruiting ventures with innovative business models that support individuals in Canada to make healthy lifestyle choices, such as through the delivery of services or the adoption of healthful products that encourage the following:

  • Healthy nutrition
  • Exercise / physical activity
  • Responsible use of tobacco or alcohol
  • Positive habit formation as it relates to lifestyle-based chronic disease prevention.

Social Innovation Seed Fund (Deadline October 26)

Social Innovation Seed Fund is an exciting funding opportunity for students who have a social impact focused project or venture idea that they want to pursue. The $15,000 fund is offered in partnership by RADIUS and Embark and is inspired by our shared mission to advance the sustainability of SFU and its communities.

RADIUS Fellowship (Deadline November 12)

The RADIUS Fellowship is Metro Vancouver’s preeminent professional development opportunity for top emerging social innovators from across the region. During the intensive 4-month experience Fellows build relationships with their peers, develop personally and professionally, and tap into the broader social innovation and social entrepreneurship ecosystem. The Fellowship runs between February 5 and June 15, 2019 (one night per week).

An info session for interested applicants will be held November 8, 6:00 – 7:00pm. 

Health Promotion Lab Trampoline (Deadline October 7)
The objective of RADIUS’ Trampoline is to help early stage entrepreneurs and ventures validate their business model. We are actively recruiting ventures with innovative business models that support individuals in Canada to make healthy lifestyle choices, such as through the delivery of services or the adoption of healthful products that encourage the following:
  • Healthy nutrition
  • Exercise / physical activity
  • Responsible use of tobacco or alcohol
  • Positive habit formation as it relates to lifestyle-based chronic disease prevention.
FACEBOOK Are you an entrepreneur with a business that helps people live healthy lives? If so, applications are open for the RADIUS Health Promotion Lab's Slingshot & Trampoline programs! Learn more and apply! https://radiussfu.com/the-radius-health-promotion-lab-launches-its-slingshot-trampoline-programs/
 

 
Civic Innovation Change Lab (Deadline October 14)
Civic Innovation Change Lab is a 9-credit, experiential program for SFU's undergraduate students, which is co-delivered in partnership between RADIUS, CityStudio, Semester in Dialogue, and the Beedie School of Business. This year's Civic Innovation Change Lab will focus on the theme of "Neighborhood Resiliency". Each project will respond to the challenges faced within City of Vancouver neighbourhoods and explore community-oriented solutions that engage citizens and build local resilience. Students will develop and test an innovative, venture-based response by working both in the classroom, as well as in local communities to gain real-world experience.
 
FACEBOOK Are you interested in tackling social, economic, and environmental challenges within the city of Vancouver? Here’s your chance! Civic Innovation Change Lab provides students the opportunity to explore Vancouver’s most pressing challenges, and to think of innovative solutions that will be heard by community influencers. https://radiussfu.com/programs/sfu-student-programs/change-lab/civic-innovation-change-lab/
 

 
The RADIUS Slingshot Accelerator is a six-month program that supports early stage, social impact ventures that are ready to grow. Through Slingshot’s unique combination of cohort based learning, individualized mentorship and equity investment, we support you to become investment, market, and growth ready. The cohort size is limited to eight ventures to ensure participants benefit fully from the program. We are actively recruiting ventures with innovative business models that support individuals in Canada to make healthy lifestyle choices, such as through the delivery of services or the adoption of healthful products that encourage the following:
  • Healthy nutrition
  • Exercise / physical activity
  • Responsible use of tobacco or alcohol
  • Positive habit formation as it relates to lifestyle-based chronic disease prevention.
FACEBOOK Are you an entrepreneur with a business that helps people live healthy lives? If so, applications are open for the RADIUS Health Promotion Lab's Slingshot & Trampoline programs! Learn more and apply! https://radiussfu.com/the-radius-health-promotion-lab-launches-its-slingshot-trampoline-programs/
 

 
Social Innovation Seed Fund (Deadline October 26)
Social Innovation Seed Fund is an exciting funding opportunity for students who have a social impact focused project or venture idea that they want to pursue. The $15,000 fund is offered in partnership by RADIUS and Embark and is inspired by our shared mission to advance the sustainability of SFU and its communities.
 
FACEBOOK Are you working on a social innovation project? SFU students from all faculties are invited to apply for up to $2,000 towards an initiative that strives to create positive social, economic, or environmental transformation for SFU and/or its communities. 
 

 
RADIUS Fellowship (Deadline November 4)
The RADIUS Fellowship is Metro Vancouver’s preeminent professional development opportunity for top emerging social innovators from across the region. During the intensive 4-month experience Fellows build relationships with their peers, develop personally and professionally, and tap into the broader social innovation and social entrepreneurship ecosystem.
 
Health Promotion Lab Trampoline (Deadline October 7)
The objective of RADIUS’ Trampoline is to help early stage entrepreneurs and ventures validate their business model. We are actively recruiting ventures with innovative business models that support individuals in Canada to make healthy lifestyle choices, such as through the delivery of services or the adoption of healthful products that encourage the following:
  • Healthy nutrition
  • Exercise / physical activity
  • Responsible use of tobacco or alcohol
  • Positive habit formation as it relates to lifestyle-based chronic disease prevention.
FACEBOOK Are you an entrepreneur with a business that helps people live healthy lives? If so, applications are open for the RADIUS Health Promotion Lab's Slingshot & Trampoline programs! Learn more and apply! https://radiussfu.com/the-radius-health-promotion-lab-launches-its-slingshot-trampoline-programs/
 

 
Civic Innovation Change Lab (Deadline October 14)
Civic Innovation Change Lab is a 9-credit, experiential program for SFU's undergraduate students, which is co-delivered in partnership between RADIUS, CityStudio, Semester in Dialogue, and the Beedie School of Business. This year's Civic Innovation Change Lab will focus on the theme of "Neighborhood Resiliency". Each project will respond to the challenges faced within City of Vancouver neighbourhoods and explore community-oriented solutions that engage citizens and build local resilience. Students will develop and test an innovative, venture-based response by working both in the classroom, as well as in local communities to gain real-world experience.
 
FACEBOOK Are you interested in tackling social, economic, and environmental challenges within the city of Vancouver? Here’s your chance! Civic Innovation Change Lab provides students the opportunity to explore Vancouver’s most pressing challenges, and to think of innovative solutions that will be heard by community influencers. https://radiussfu.com/programs/sfu-student-programs/change-lab/civic-innovation-change-lab/
 

 
The RADIUS Slingshot Accelerator is a six-month program that supports early stage, social impact ventures that are ready to grow. Through Slingshot’s unique combination of cohort based learning, individualized mentorship and equity investment, we support you to become investment, market, and growth ready. The cohort size is limited to eight ventures to ensure participants benefit fully from the program. We are actively recruiting ventures with innovative business models that support individuals in Canada to make healthy lifestyle choices, such as through the delivery of services or the adoption of healthful products that encourage the following:
  • Healthy nutrition
  • Exercise / physical activity
  • Responsible use of tobacco or alcohol
  • Positive habit formation as it relates to lifestyle-based chronic disease prevention.
FACEBOOK Are you an entrepreneur with a business that helps people live healthy lives? If so, applications are open for the RADIUS Health Promotion Lab's Slingshot & Trampoline programs! Learn more and apply! https://radiussfu.com/the-radius-health-promotion-lab-launches-its-slingshot-trampoline-programs/
 

 
Social Innovation Seed Fund (Deadline October 26)
Social Innovation Seed Fund is an exciting funding opportunity for students who have a social impact focused project or venture idea that they want to pursue. The $15,000 fund is offered in partnership by RADIUS and Embark and is inspired by our shared mission to advance the sustainability of SFU and its communities.
 
FACEBOOK Are you working on a social innovation project? SFU students from all faculties are invited to apply for up to $2,000 towards an initiative that strives to create positive social, economic, or environmental transformation for SFU and/or its communities. 
 

 
RADIUS Fellowship (Deadline November 4)
The RADIUS Fellowship is Metro Vancouver’s preeminent professional development opportunity for top emerging social innovators from across the region. During the intensive 4-month experience Fellows build relationships with their peers, develop personally and professionally, and tap into the broader social innovation and social entrepreneurship ecosystem.
 

Recent Blog Posts

  • Call for Proposal: 17th Symposium on Teaching and Learning March 01, 2019
    The SFU Teaching and Learning Centre invites interactive and innovative proposals that demonstrate how your practice, research, or scholarly inquiry relates to the theme of Assessing and Celebrating Teaching and Student Learning. Deadline: Mar 22

  • Tea Time Talk March 01, 2019
    Join the event on Mar 18 to enjoy afternoon tea while sharing with us a conversation on how SFU can foster a culture of fairness, belonging and diversity. RSVP now

  • Indigenous Events February 27, 2019
    Join the upcoming Indigenous Event on March 16 & 18.

View Posts by Category