You can become involved with Buller Centre in many different ways:
- Join the Buller Centre
- Recommend students for Providence’s Business Administration program
- Host a co-op
- Become a mentor
- Join a project
- Support Buller Centre activities
If you know a young person you think would make a good business leader—someone with entrepreneurial flair, someone who can work hard to build their skills—we’d like to talk to them.
We have financial supports to help with school costs. But, more importantly, we have professors, adjuncts and business people who can help mentor them as they prepare for their careers. Send us their name and contact information and we’ll follow up. We deliberately keep our class sizes small, so each student can get the support they need, but we can always find room for the right candidate.
We have a small, but growing, co-op placement program. Students after their first and second years are eligible for summer placements. And a small number of fourth year students are available to do consultations, business plans, and semester-long practicuums in businesses. Contact us for more information.
Be a Mentor
We are looking for a small number of senior buiness peope to act as mentors for our students. If you want to help nurture the next generation of Christian business leaders, contact us for more information.
Whether its starting a book-selling business, setting up a rural shuttle, or creating a clearinghouse to buy and sell biomass, projects are a great way for business leaders to get involved with students. Projects are a practical way to combine your business experience with the enthusiasm of young entrepreneurs. Find out more about projects here.
Herb and Erna Buller, through the Buller Foundation, have contributed signficant funds to establishing the Buller Centre for Business and growing its activities.
We have begun to raise funds to match their donations, and have had a number of donors step forward. We invite you to join with the Bullers and their partners in supporting this Centre’s activities.
Donors can make a general contribution to the Centre, or specify something in particular they wish to sponsor, such as the Entrepreneurship Bursary.
Because the Centre is a program of Providence, and fits within its mandate, all donations are tax-deductible.