All students and young professionals are encouraged to apply and take on these challenging positions. If you feel that you may not be experienced or competent enough for a position, that is exactly the reason why it might be right for you! All positions are for May this year to April next year.
For more questions about any of the below initiatives, roles or positions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Being in the below list of positions on Nspire means that you are not fixed to any specific initiative, but rather look over the organization overall as a whole. You will be challenged with executing on a larger vision and assessing how each of the initiatives can work together to create synergy and produce greater results.
NBTC is Canada’s largest student business and technology conference, having taken place annually for the past 14 years. The conference has attracted top student and professional talent, being a launchpad for numerous successful companies such as Tunezy, BufferBox (Google acquired) and Voltera. Past speakers of this conference include Divya Narendra (Co-founder of SumZero), Nitin Kawale (President of Cisco Canada), Daniel Debow (SVP of Salesforce), Harry Rosen (Founder of Harry Rosen), and many others.
We look forward to featuring the largest entrepreneurship and innovation competition in Canada through this conference in 2016.
Simply building a robust mobile app is no longer considered disruptive technology anymore. Various niche markets (such as healthcare or agriculture) are in dire need of innovation through technology and this is the gap that Nspire Ideas Exchange seeks to fill. This initiative works on bridging the gap between people from various professional backgrounds, connecting thought leaders to exchange knowledge, and creating innovative solutions to niche problems.
This initiative seeks to connect students to employers through career fairs, workshops, and other interactive events to ensure that students get hired!
This is a hackathon series that primarily focuses on niche problems or products. Such hackathons might include a Thalmics Labs hackathon where attendees are challenged with creating an application for the Myo hardware, or a Royal Ontario Museum hackathon where attendees are challenged with creating a digitization strategy to improve the museum experience.
Nspire Hacks will also launch a large-scale hackathon as the starting event of the 2016 National Business and Technology Conference.
This is an online platform that seeks to be the leading publication for entrepreneurship, technology and innovation content for the young adult demographic. It will feature multimedia content, news, product features, opinion pieces and relevant event listings.