Creating a professional social media profile on LinkedIn is another activity you can do this summer to start building a network for future jobs and your dream career.
It’s not too late to sign up for fun summer tech camps where you can create animated cartoons and video games, design LEGO robots or launch your own rocket!
If your best efforts didn’t land a summer job, you can still build your résumé through activities like learning to build a web site, job shadowing or volunteering.
CareerMash panel at the Hive Toronto Hack Jam explains that the path to a tech careers is rarely a straight line.
What does Toronto sound like to you? MIT music composer and innovator Tod Machover wants everyone to share their city sounds with him to create A Toronto Symphony.
Spending your summer playing games or glued to Facebook? Why not use that online time to make a cool website or meet new friends by joining Mozilla’s Summer Code Party!
A global online forum takes the discussion about technology and the future of education to the next level!
Oshawa’s Andrew Genge is one success story of how biomedical engineering uses electronics to help people paralyzed from strokes and spinal injuries.
First the telephone, then teleconference and now telehuman! Queen’s University researchers aim to revolutionize videoconferencing with a pod that teleports 3D, life-sized holograms of real people.