Know a student in grades 8 to 12 interested in entrepreneurship, problem-solving and technology? They won’t want to miss the chance to compete for over $1500 in prize money and mentorship from the business community in this year’s Mayor’s Youth Council Innovation Challenge (formerly the Calgary High School Hackathon). Learn more or get involved here.
The Calgary Employment in Transportation Expo serves to bridge the gap between job seekers and employers. The day is broken into two parts with an employer-only morning session including keynote speakers, and an afternoon career expo, in which prospective employees are directed to potential employers’ booths.
In our new digital economy, many of the fastest growing career opportunities are in technology, within non-technology industries. PivotTECH will show you how to tap into Calgary’s exciting new landscape and transition your career while shaping our city’s future.
Are you serious about starting a business in tourism? Are you curious about the opportunities available or unsure of where to start? Join us for an afternoon of learning and inspiration to help you get started with your tourism-based business.
Find out that anything is possible when 1,000 students from grades 5 to 12 in Calgary schools display their ideas in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) at the public viewing of the Calgary Youth Science Fair, sponsored by the University of Calgary.