Who We Are
Skilled in STEM: Keeping the World Moving is a trailblazing event that provides the necessary acknowledgment that individuals in STEM and skilled trades careers have been, and still are, heavily relied upon to keep the world moving during the Covid-19 pandemic.
As what seemed like a total world shut down in March of 2020, when many around the globe lost their jobs or were laid off, those in STEM and skilled trades were able to keep working. Comprised of courage, drive, and selflessness, we welcome you to honour these individuals and help us inspire a generation of professional newcomers to consider working alongside these extraordinary and devoted citizens.
Who should attend?
What you can look forward to:
LEVEL UP: CAREER ADVICE FROM THE CORNER OFFICE: Industry-leading executives will share what it takes to shatter glass ceilings and advise on how to take a seat at the table.
THE ART OF CHOCOLATE: FIRESIDE CHAT: Join Red Seal Certified Chef Tammy, Raven’s Rising and President and Founder of Build a Dream, Nour Hachem-Fawaz as they make an exciting announcement.
KEEPING US MOVING PANEL: Celebrate and support those who stepped up and who continue to work tirelessly to keep the world moving. Interact and be inspired by a dynamic group of panelists that will encourage the next generation to consider a rewarding career in the STEM and the Skilled Trades.
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CAREER: Students will be able to choose their own career discovery path through breakout rooms and industry tracks that will cover:
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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