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The Ivey Pride Club helps students to connect in a supportive environment

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  • Aug 27, 2020
The Ivey Pride Club helps students to connect in a supportive environment

The Ivey Pride Club at Toronto Pride in 2018

Ivey has renewed its commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) and will be focusing on substantial improvements in this area. There are many student organizations working to build a more inclusive community. Here’s a glance at how the Ivey Pride Club is mentoring, connecting, and celebrating LGBTQ+ students.

What is the Ivey Pride Club?

The Ivey Pride Club represents LGBTQ+ students and allies across Ivey’s programs. From networking events and recruiting activities to socials and community events, the club offers students the opportunity to connect with one another in a supportive environment. Ivey Pride also maintains strong relationships with corporate partners, alumni, and recruiters to offer students exclusive opportunities to connect with employers committed to LGBTQ2+ inclusive workplace cultures.

Events for students

The Ivey Pride Club organizes a variety of events and initiatives, including:

  • Meet-and-greets;
  • Recruitment events;
  • A mentorship program pairing incoming LGBTQ+ HBA1s with HBA2/3s;
  • A recruitment/speakers series where speakers from firms discuss their LGBTQ+ experiences in the workplace; and,
  • Virtual and in-person activities, such as movie nights, wine nights, and safe space time.

Learn more

Visit the website or contact the Ivey Pride Club by email. Or connect with the club on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram.

Pride is how Ivey’s LGBTQ+ students come together to form a community. In the recruiting space, our 200+ alumni and many corporate partners offer connections and exposure to a variety of industries. Pride also hosts a variety of social events for LGBTQ+ students to come together and express themselves freely. I’m excited to get to know the incoming HBAs through Pride’s movie nights, virtual socials, and other events!”

– Atticus Lyon, HBA ’21, Co-President of the Ivey Pride Club

When I joined Ivey Pride, I felt a sense of community I hadn’t yet at Ivey; I want to pass along that wonderful community to LGBTQ+ folk in this year’s incoming HBA1 class.”

– Bella Pick, HBA ’21, Co-President of the Ivey Pride Club