All of our programming drives toward building an economy that is more just, dynamic, sustainable and resilient.
Our variety of programming includes:
RADIUS is currently running social innovation lab and venture incubation programming in four thematic areas: Refugee Livelihood Lab, Health Promotion Lab, First People Enterprise Accelerator Program, and Future of Work Lab.
The RADIUS Fellowship is Metro Vancouver’s preeminent professional development opportunity for top emerging social innovators from across the region. During the intensive 4-month experience Fellows build relationships with their peers, develop personally and professionally, and tap into the broader social innovation and social entrepreneurship ecosystem
The RADIUS team has developed significant acumen in social innovation and design thinking. Our Customized Workshops and Trainings help professionals and institutions to apply principles in social innovation, design thinking and systems change to develop new ways of thinking and working in service of positive social change.
The RADIUS Hub is a shared workspace in the Charles Chang Innovation Centre where social innovators and entrepreneurs can rent space, participate in learning opportunities and grow their network.
RADIUS leads SFU Change Lab, a hands-on, cross faculty intensive undergraduate course that equips students to build solutions to pressing social challenges. The Map the System Challenge invites students from all faculties to explore, research, and present a social challenge they deeply care about. The Social Innovation Seed Fund, a partnership with Embark Sustainability, offers up to $1,500 in funding to innovative student-led initiatives with social or environmental impact at their core. Check the link for more.
We’re Growing! RADIUS is thrilled to welcome three incredible Program Managers to our team: Camille Dumond, Candice Day, and Kelsey Klaver. Each of these impressive changemakers arrives to RADIUS with
Health Change Lab is a once-in-a-degree immersive experiential learning program. Undergraduate students from a variety of academic disciplines – including Business, Interactive Arts and Technology, Health Sciences, and Kinesiology –