WHO WE ARE.
FUSE Society is a federally registered, youth-led non-profit that exists to bridge the gap between academia and the real world. Founded in 2016 by two Vancouver high-school students, FUSE promotes business literacy by distributing free, case-based learning tools to high school business classes. We are an organization that branches across 3 provinces: Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario. Boasting members from over 15 schools, we have engaged over 400 students to date at our case competitions and events and are rapidly expanding.
BRIDGING THE GAP BEWEEN ACADEMIA AND THE REAL WORLD
FUSE ON has organized a multitude of events highlighting the national mission of promoting business literacy. Through its initiatives such as the Converge conference and GreenScience consulting competition, delegates were challenged to seek memorable solutions to real-life problems.
A one month program held in schools across Ontario that serves to equip youth with entrepreneurial skills.
FUSE CIRCUIT WEBINAR
A Q&A with distinguished Canadian business school students.
FUSE ON ANNUAL CASE COMPETITION
An event in which delegates compete in an action-packed day of case solving.
An event where delegates compete in an action-packed day of case solving.
FUSE CONVERGE CONFERENCE
A conference showcasing the intersections between business, technology, and entrepreneurship.
A webinar in which Matthew McLellan teaches students how to analyze a Western Ivey case study.