On Wednesday, August 26th, Ignite Fredericton will be joining forces with The Fredericton Playhouse, the City of Fredericton and the Charlotte Street Arts Center to host Culture Connect, a networking and learning opportunity for Fredericton’s cultural workers.
If you consider yourself to be working in the cultural sector, count yourself in. Whether you are self-employed or work for a for-profit or non-profit company, government, or institution involved in culture, you should attend! This new initiative aims to connect our community’s cultural workers with one another, thereby advancing the creative sector.
Business Basics Learn the basics about starting your own business, available business planning tools/funding resources, and accessing free business counselling services.
Join Minister Rob Moore and experts from Government of Canada export support agencies at a unique workshop designed to provide all the information needed to succeed in today's international markets.
Engage Golf Tournament Bringing university and college staff together with local business people for a day of networking designed to encourage more collaboration between the university and business communities.
Join the Multiculturalism Council in moving our region towards a vision for immigration and multiculturalism in New Brunswick.
Working Forward 2015 NB is a forum on Foreign Qualification Recognition, bringing together diverse stakeholders to address FQR challenges and to share promising practices.
Office of the Procurement Ombudsman
The Office of the Procurement Ombudsman will provide information on the Office’s services, and speak to businesses about their concerns and experiences in selling goods and services to the Government of Canada.
Did You Know?
UNB's Faculty of Computer Science has tripled the number of incoming undergraduate students over the past 10 years.
The annual number of students placed in UNB's Faculty of Computer Science Co-op work terms has increased from 97 to 224 in the past 5 years.
Over 85% of UNB Faculty of Computer Science Co-op students are rated as very good or outstanding by their Co-op employers.
70% of UNB's Faculty of Computer Science Co-op students accept a job offer after graduation from one of their previous Co-op employers.
25.8% of UNB co-op students were offered jobs directly after their placement.
43.8% of UNB alumni work for companies in Knowledge Park & 25.8% came from successful Co-op placements.