ICTC’s WIL Digital is an innovative Work Integrated Learning program, funded by the Government of Canada’s Student Work Placement Program, that helps employers by providing financial assistance for hiring post-secondary students. For more information click here.
Underwater Technology Conference (UTC2021) Call for Abstracts
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The Business Development Support Program assists Newfoundland and Labrador SMEs with opportunities to increase their productivity and improve their competitiveness. For more information click here.
Europe Market Development Program making the connection: helping Atlantic Canadian Companies diversify export sales. For more information click here.
New initiative supports SMEs interested in Artificial Intelligence. Small and medium-size businesses: Don’t know where to start when it comes to AI? Wondering what AI can even do for you? Learn more here.
Students on Ice is hiring – 3 posts for Blue Futures Pathways
Students on Ice is an organization focused on educational expeditions to the Polar Regions to inspire them to lead the charge on sustainability and in appreciating our planet. Presently looking for a Program Manager, a Digital & Content Coordinator and a Program Outreach Coordinator. Click here for more information.
Ocean Allies Internship Program
As part of the Ocean Allies initiative, 10 student placements will be set-up with companies and not-for-profits in the oceans sector across Atlantic Canada to help them with their business operations in response to COVID-19. Click here for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Skills Canada Newfoundland and Labrador (SCNL) is partnering with College of the North Atlantic (CNA) to offer tuition opportunities to secondary and current post-secondary students, and financial support to graduating students, who demonstrate excellence in Skills Canada competitions. Click here for information.
TechNL: Business Tech Solutions Program
This program will help businesses purchase digital solutions and access expertise so they can create online sales systems and generate new revenue streams. For more information click here.
In partnership with participating Canadian post-secondary institutions, Mitacs has launched a new initiative: a $10,000 award to provide them with the support of undergraduate and graduate students through a four-month long project. Read more here.
The 50 – 30 Challenge: Your Diversity Advantage
The 50-30 Challenge calls on private and public corporations to voluntarily work towards achieving corporate leadership reflecting 50% gender parity, and 30% comprised of other diversity target groups, including visible minorities, Indigenous Canadians, persons with disabilities, and other groups including LGBTQ2 over time. Read more here.