WITM and Ryerson Women in Leadership (RWIL) are proud to present: WomEn Can Do IT! This is a unique event that brings together Ryerson alumni, employers, and community leaders in the IT field to share with students the successes and challenges of their careers. We will have up to five special guests on our interactive panel discussion which will be followed by a freestyle networking hour.
Dress Code: Business Casual
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This engaging event enhances students’ empowering characteristics to become a successful business professional. The workshop fosters an environment in which TRSM and Ryerson University Students are able to polish their public speaking and networking skills. Students will partake in a variety of creative and interactive workshops throughout the night, equipping them with the necessary skills in the professional world.
Dress Code: Business Casual
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Want an opportunity to network with an industry professional from Tangerine Investments while learning about new and innovative technologies impacting the Finance world?Come out to FinTech, an event hosted by RFPA, in collaboration with WITM and ITMSA. Gain insights on new innovations and technologies that are breaking traditional methods in the delivery of financial services. Find out how this new technology will be impacting you and why you should care!
There will be free food and drinks so come out to a fun and educative night!
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Are you a student with an undeclared major looking to learn more about the options available to you? Come out to TROP: Ted Rogers Outreach Program's 2nd annual Wheel of Majors where you can speak to leaders from TRSM's most prominent student groups about their respective academic major, future career options, and events they host during the year!
Join us on Monday November 20, 2017 from 6-9 pm at TRS Commons (1-148/1-150) for an evening of informative presentations, food, networking, and prizes!
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WITM (Ryerson) is very excited to be hosting BSBTM in collaboration with ICCIT Council (UofT), and Information Technology Student Association (York) with support from the Ted Rogers Students' Society.
The annual Breaking Stereotypes in Business Technology Management (BSBTM) Case Competition is back!
BSBTM is a multi-institutional case competition designed for innovative leaders to apply their critical thinking and problem solving skills, to address the issue of gender inequality in the IT field and present their ideas to industry professionals.
Open to 3rd, 4th, and 5th year students from ALL UNIVERSITIES IN ANY PROGRAM!
Apply as a team of 3 or as an individual who will be added to a team! Note: Minimum of 2 females per team.
We challenge you to prove that you have what it takes! This is an opportunity to meet industry professionals, exercise your skills and gain relevant experience on a multi-institutional based case competition!Register Now
RUCSA, WITM, and RUAS are proud to present an upcoming event, the "Industry Round Table".
This is an opportunity for 1-on-1 networking with professionals from your industry choice. Take this as a chance to practice your elevator pitch!
Students will be seated with 2 professionals from their preferred industry to allow for open discussion about career options; company overviews; and tips on how to grow and be successful in an industry.
Companies attending include: CGI, CPA Ontario, and Apotex and many more!
Please note: if you are selected to attend this event, you must pay a $10 deposit to secure your seat as there are limited spots availableRegister Now
Applications Closed! The Junior IT Case Competition is a case competition aimed towards junior students to build up and develop their analytical, problem solving, and presentation skills.Register Now
Registration Closed! The Junior IT Case Competition workshop will help lower year students, primarily 1st and 2nd years, to understand the essential skills and requirements for case comeptitons. After this case competition, they will understand how to approach a designated case to better understand and extract important information, and how to come up with the best solution through collabortive efforts with their team. This workshop helps the participants understand what to prepare for, and the neccessary steps to be taken to have a successful case comp. Please note: The JICC Workshop is available only to those applicants selected to participate in the Junior IT Case Competition.Register Now
Come out to our event, in collaboration with HRSA and WITM, to learn about the HR and IT industry overlap through this speaker panel and dinner. Take the opportunity to network with industry professionals! "Tools for Success" will provide you with essential knowledge and skills to excel in your career!Register Now
Are you looking to get involved in the Ted Rogers community? Look no further because WITM is hiring! Come check us out on September 26th, 2017 at the 7th floor TRSM Kiosk.
This is a great opportunity open for all TRSM students to get involved. By applying to be an Associate you will have chances to network with fellow students, industry professionals and learn about all the opportunities that we have to offer.
Come visit us at the first ever "Student Group Spotlight Night". If you're looking to get involved don't miss out on your opportunity to network with the student leaders and find out more about these amazing student groups!
In collaboration with DECA, RSBA, Enactus and Toastmasters
We invite you to join experienced professionals from CGI and IBM for a night of answers and tips on how to network your way to the top. End the night off with open networking and refreshments!
In collaboration with RUCSA
Voices of Experience is a unique speaker series that brings together Ryerson alumni, employers and community leaders to share with students the successes and challenges of their career journeys. With a focus on industry sectors or career-related equity issues, each event brings together up to five dynamic guests. The interactive panel discussion will be followed by a freestyle networking hour.
In collaboration with Business Career Hub
RUCSA is expanding and would like to welcome the new co-op students from all co-op programs across Ryerson. We would like to invite all Senior and Junior co-op students to celebrate the start of their journey at Lou Dawg's!
In collaboration with the Chem Eng CU, Comp Sci CU, and WITM
The annual BTM TalentMash event was designed to connect employers with BTM students, spread awareness about the BTM program, create a forum for BTM students to connect, and provide invaluable professional development opportunities. This year, there will be representatives from RBC, EY, Manulife, and more, which is a great opportunity for those of you looking for summer jobs or co-op terms!Register Now
The Homeless Period Project is a non-profit campaign which aims to provide menstrual hygiene products to homeless women and trans people in Toronto. Funding is extremely low for pads and tampons in shelters, and these are a necessity to keep clean and healthy. Anyone who is a part of these shelters are left to use tissues and napkins, which are not effective substitutes. Help us raise awareness about this overlooked issue. How to Help: - Donate a box of tampons, pads, wipes, unworn underwear etc. - Also drop off any purses/bags you don't need but aren't in terrible condition. These will be used to make the 'care packages'. Where: - Drop it off at the WITM office at Ted Rogers (TRS 3141). Check out witm.ca for their office hours! - You can also drop off donations at Bean Around the World Markham - Donate online through Tilt - 100% of funds will be used to buy more pads/tampons for distribution. The link below leads to the tilt. For more information visit: SOPHe Course Union: http://rusophe.wixsite.com/homeRegister Now
The best hip hop party Ryerson has ever seen! Get ready to pop lock and drop it at the Straight Outta Rye!
Cover for the event is 5$ which will be donated to the Enactus Feminine Hygiene project and the other half will go to buying homeless women in Toronto hygiene products.
In collaboration with TRSS, RCGA, RUSA, RSA, ITMSA, and ACU
Breaking Stereotypes through Business Technology Management is a multi-institutional case competition designed for innovative leaders to apply their critical thinking and problem solving skills, to address the issue of gender inequality in the IT field and present their ideas to industry professionals hosted by WITM. On February 25th, we have the Junior BSBTMRegister Now