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NB Women in ICT Luncheon, March 18th, noon – 1 pm, Brewbakers in Fredericton March 10, 2014

Posted by Meaghan Seagrave in Event, March 2014.
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NB Women in ICT Luncheon – March 18, 2014 – please join us for lunch and discussions on NB’s ICT Landscape.

We encourage you all to come out to catch up with each other, make new acquaintances, and learn about how NB’s ICT Landscape has changed over the last fe years and where it’s heading.

When: Tuesday March 18th noon – 1:00 p.m.
Where: Brewbakers (546 King Street, Fredericton, NB)
Speaker: Larry Sampson
Topic: New Brunswick’s ICT Landscape
Are you coming: http://doodle.com/r5eb8pxrb6dx77ty

In November 2010, Larry Sampson, CEO of the NB IT Council provided us with some eye opening information about the challenges facing our province as well as the opportunities, specifically in regards to the ICT sector. That event was the catalyst that got the NB Women in ICT group started.  Since that time a lot has gone on in our industry:

  • The Premier’s Advisory Council on ICT was created.
  • Radian 6 was sold for $326,000,000
  • A $7,250,000 fund was set up for innovation.
  • With 2 successful Big Data Congresses under our belt, we are positioning ourselves to become a centre of excellence on Big Data.
  • NBIT Council, Tech Southeast and Propel ICT are going concerns that are changing the sector (for the better).

On March 18th  join us at Brewbakers when Larry will walk us about how the landscape has changed.

Register for free: Attendees will be responsible for purchasing their lunch – Brewbakers will be offering an Express Lunch Menu for our convenience. Please register so we know who are coming: http://doodle.com/r5eb8pxrb6dx77ty

About Larry Sampson I.S.P., ITCP: Larry has been championing ICT as an economic enabler for most of his professional career.  A serial volunteer, he has sat on the Board of ITAC, CATA, and the Software Human Resources Council, as well as being a Board member and National President of the Canadian Information Processing Society.

In his role of CEO of the NBITC, Larry has helped increase the focus on the ICT sector in New Brunswick through innovative programs such as the Class of 2013, and Province-wide initiatives aimed at increasing ICT enrolment in post-secondary institutions, improving the productivity of New Brunswick’s traditional economic sectors, growing ICT exports, and leveraging Government procurement as an engine of economic development. In addition to being a founding board member of Information Technology Association of Nova Scotia (ITANS), NovaKnowledge, and the New Brunswick IT Council (NBITC), Larry has directed global operations for an international e-Learning Company, held senior positions in a major U.S. IT services company, and managed large-scale IT and Knowledge Management initiatives for Defense and Fortune 1000 firms in Canada, Asia, Europe and the United States.

Larry holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Saint Mary’s University, and is a graduate of Management and Information Technology from Babson College and the University of Western Ontario.

Looking forward to seeing everyone – please let us know you are coming by registering: http://doodle.com/r5eb8pxrb6dx77ty


March Break Camp with Science East February 24, 2014

Posted by Meaghan Seagrave in Event, March 2014.
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This March Break – Discover New Superpowers

Build, design adn create at Science East’s Robocamp!

Does your child love toys, cartoons and games? This March Break kids can jump into the director’s chair to create their own at Science East’s Robocamp!

Campers learn to design and build real robots, games and animations that do what they want! No experience necessary.

Ages 9-12 only

Regiter: call 506.457.2340 or complete a registration form: scienceeast.nb.ca/marchbreak.asp

CANCELLED: A Workshop on Gender Inclusive Workplaces, March 7, 2014 February 17, 2014

Posted by Jane Fritz in March 2014, Uncategorized.
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This workshop has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.

A Workshop on Understanding and Creating Gender Inclusive Workplaces

Who: Managers, leaders, and HR professionals responsible for hiring and retaining a talented workforce.

What: A half day workshop for leaders in science, engineering, and tech based organisations. The Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology will deliver an interactive workshop module designed to increase awareness of the factors that influence the success of women in their organisations, assess current workplace conditions, & share effective strategies to attract, support, & retain talented women.

Where: NBCC Moncton, 1234 Mountain Road, Moncton

When: March 7, 2014, 8AM – 12:30PM, Breakfast provided

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/attracting-and-retaining-top-sett-talent-a-workshop-on-understanding-and-creating-gender-inclusive-tickets-10108230991

For further details and registration and contact information, please see the Managers Workshop Flyer at this link.

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