Events for August 24, 2022 – Digital Nova Scotia – Leading Digital Industry
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TalkingTech: Taking Ownership with Tech


Join Digital Nova Scotia & Volta, Canada’s East Coast Innovation Hub, as we break down the world of cryptocurrency and NFTs, and what they might mean for the way we exchange value, and ownership in the next 20 years. Our panelists will also explore the ways that we can keep up and even get a head in the coming decades.

Digital Government and CX National Insights – Summer Edition


Event Overview Roadmap to Achieving Your Organization’s Digital Goals As Canada moves beyond the pandemic and repositions itself as a digital government, the challenge of obtaining internal buy-in, optimal use and access to data, and talent acquisition is still slowing progress. Strategies to achieve internal digital adoption are crucial for the success of the government’s digital goals, as is keeping users at the centre of digital planning. These strategies are imperative as success depends on how easy the services are for citizens to access and use. This quarter, we will focus on pertinent challenges like data accessibility and use for efficient transformation, strategies to keep the user at the centre of design, engaging and retaining the right talent and acquiring a tech stack to achieve the desired goal of digital transformation. Join Public Sector Network’s virtual event to learn how your agency can maintain and elevate your existing digital goals. Embark on the next phase of transformation by overcoming the internal limitations.  


Tech Wednesdays with NPower Canada


More than 80% of NPower Canada alumni secure employment or enroll in higher education within 6 months of graduating, with 30-40% already placed into jobs upon completing training. Graduates launch digital careers in roles such as Help Desk Agent, Data Analyst, QA / Tester and Business Systems Analyst with companies like TELUS, Accenture and CIBC. NPower Canada is a registered charity launching underserved young adults ages 17-30 into meaningful digital careers. NPower Canada's virtually delivered programs provide youth with 15 weeks of no-cost, part-time tech skills training, including industry certifications, complemented by employability skills coaching and wraparound supports (including bus pass, interview clothing and laptops/WiFi based on financial need). Program participants are also connected directly with employers, job retention supports and five years of alumni services including continued education and mentorship. Youth do not need any prior background in tech to apply. They must have completed their high school, Dogwood or GED, and be eligible to work in Canada. NPower Canada prioritizes serving lower-income, un/underemployed youth who are female-identified, IBPOC, 2SLGBTQ+, newcomers and youth with disabilities. Join us to learn more and apply early to avoid waitlist for the upcoming start date: