Black History Month an Occasion to Look to the Future for Youth in STEM
A change in major during the pandemic motivated Jeronia to gain practical experience in her new field.
The University of Alberta welcomes the Black Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub, a unique and innovative research project funded by the Government of Canada.
ELITE Program Prepares Black Youth to Revolutionize STEM Industry Status Quo.
ELITE Program Interns Present in Mid-Summer Workshop
Keenan Pascal, CEO of Token Naturals, explains his excitement for the ELITE Program and why he hosts interns.
Dr. Kay Rittenbach at Alberta Health Services describes her experience hosting ELITE Program interns.
The ELITE Program for Black Youth is in good hands with Dr. Sedami Gnidehou, a medical microbiologist, as its Francophone Lead.
The IBET PhD Program: Changing the Narrative for Black and Indigenous Academics in STEM
Anurika gained valuable, career-affirming experience during her time as an ELITE Program Intern.
Hugh Magande, an ELITE Program for Black Youth Steering Council member, receives the honour of Fellow of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers.
Royal Bank of Canada celebrates accomplishments of the ELITE Program for Black Youth.
The ELITE Program is giving students tools to pursue their career goals while caring for themselves.
Internship host Professor Hossein Rouhani talks about the importance of programs like the ELITE Program.
ELITE Program Communications Coordinator and future Law student, Tom Ndekezi, gained practical skills as a scientist and a student journalist.
Dr. Adetola Adesida co-leads the ELITE Program for Black Youth while engineering novel tissues.
Returning ELITE Intern Imani Murray continues her journey toward a career in neurosurgery.
Salim Soufi, a two-time ELITE Intern received a TD Scholarship for Community Leadership.
Siegfried, a 2022 ELITE Program intern, finished his internship with a greater appreciation for finance and his own abilities
March 2, 2022 CBC Interview on STEM program for Black youth makes its way from UAlberta to Carleton
The ELITE Program for Black completes its first year and is now on to the second year of exceptional training, learning, and engagement.
The ELITE Program partners with RBC on scholarships for Black Youth.
University of Alberta Innovation Spotlight on ELITE Program Co-Director and Health Sciences Program Lead, Professor Adetola Adesida.
Sponsors and Partners Show Support the ELITE Program for Black Youth.
The Wellness and Coaching Series for Black Youth is led by expert registered psychologist, Professor Sophie Yohani.
Professor André McDonald describes his motivations for developing and leading the ELITE Program for Black Youth.