On September 18, 2017, interVivos hosted a non-partisan event to better inform Edmonton’s young professionals on the issues that matter to them in the upcoming municipal election. The event featured small groups and expert panel members discussing transit, homelessness and housing, residential infill, diversity on council and safe injection sites.
When interVivos first started brainstorming for this year’s issues awareness event (Inform Yo’self), we discussed as a board what that would look like and how we would make it relevant to the upcoming municipal election.
Spring Mentorship was a huge success thanks to all of our wonderful participants! Mentors and protégés have now been matched and are starting to meet! If you missed the event, check out Global News’ coverage of the event here. Special thanks to our wonderful emcee, Emily Mertz of Global News, our volunteer photographer, Jack Bawden and […]
interVivos Vice President Eryne Sarabin wrote for our blog about naming her business.
What does that word mean to you? I am a thriving and motivated young female professional in Edmonton. I identify as a businesswoman first, the owner and operator of a local event planning firm second. Recently, while talking to an acquaintance about my company name, I realized I don’t often share how “tycoon” reflects my attitude in business and in life.
A protégé from the Spring 2017 mentorship program recently wrote for our blog about her experience at the pairing event. —– You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something […]