Tech Manitoba is on a mission to showcase Manitoba's innovation and grow the province's tech sector. Through collaboration, education and promotion, we bring people together to share skills, explore ideas and build a strong community. With over 130 corporate members, Tech Manitoba represents over 10,000 employees and is the primary industry association.
Tech West Canada delegates are ready to do business on an international scale and are realizing their potential across markets and sectors.
Canada is becoming a major player in innovation. Global brands with a market pull for technology solutions are recognizing the value in partnering with Canadian companies. Companies that have worked with Tech West Canada are realizing their potential across markets and sectors. Tech West Canada works with tech companies in Western Canada to accelerate access to markets and increase sales using international technology events.
We work with women in tech, employers, educators, students, and influencers to help make gender parity the new norm.
Maven is a new community that strives to promote gender parity in the tech sector. TECH MANITOBA has strived for over a decade to encourage girls to take an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) careers and to support women in these fields. We are now launching a new platform to strengthen efforts to achieve parity in tech. Share ideas, stay up to date with the latest in innovation, equality, and keep track of all the exciting events happening in the industry.
DigitALL aims to increase the overall participation by Canadians in the digital economy by offering accessible programming
Our goal is to increase digital literacy and improve technology skills across Manitoba. Program delivery will be focused on individuals from under-represented groups and those living in under-served locations.
This program is facilitated by TECH MB, the Information and Communication Technologies Association of Manitoba. TECH MB is a not-for-profit, membership-based association representing Manitoba’s technology sector. They deliver programs and services to ensure our tech sector grows and thrives on both a local and international level.
Pivot NETWORK IS AN INNOVATIVE GRADE 9-12 EDUCATION MODEL BRINGING TOGETHER THE BEST ELEMENTS OF HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND CAREER.
Proven in over 200 schools with more than 100,000 students in 18 countries, this public-private partnership is designed to prepare young people with the academic, technical and professional skills required for the future of work. Within four years, students graduate with a high school diploma along with an associate diploma in the tech sector.
The Pivot Network connects high school to college and career through an integratedcurriculum that involves mentor support, workplace learning, paid internships and career opportunities.
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER - Resolute technology Solutions
QUALITY ASSURANCE ANALYST - Pinnacle Technology Recruitment
INFORMATION SECURITY SPECIALIST - Pinnacle Technology Recruitment
SENIOR DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR - Cambrian Credit Union
DATE: March 24, 2020 LOCATION: Tech Manitoba, 435 Ellice Ave COST: FREE, but registration is required Register HOW DO WE IMPROVE CONDITIONS FOR TECH IN MANITOBA? Have a say in how our government can support growth of Manitoba tech-based organizations Tech Manitoba is developing a public policy strategy that will focus on driving an agenda for the tech sector ... Read More ...
Gazheek Morrisseau-Sinclair remembers playing around on her dad’s Mac computer at the age of three. She grew up with an interest in technology but never considered it a serious career option until her early twenties. She was good at math however coding was considered ‘uncool’ amongst her peers. After high school, she enrolled in Education at the University ... Read More ...
Mentorship matters. As a vital component of Pembina Trails Early College (PTEC), mentorship and work placement mentorships provide students with new opportunities and invaluable experiences. By becoming a workplace mentor you are helping shape the next generation of tech workers in Manitoba. Welcome learners into a week-long work placement to attract, influence and invest in the future of our local ... Read More ...
In 2016, Emily Franz-Lien was ready for a change of scenery after graduating from the University of Manitoba with a Statistics degree and a minor in Computer Science. At that point, Emily had been in University for five years and needed a break. Lee Klimpke, her boyfriend, had an engineering job and was also ready to try something new. They ... Read More ...