City looking for innovators for ‘Smart Kingston’ working groups

The City of Kingston is putting out an appeal for forward-thinking, innovative residents to help leverage technology to solve local problems. The appeal, which follows the Smart Kingston Symposium held in the fall, is hoping to create working groups that will feed information and ideas back into a larger conversation.

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Queen’s program hopes to solve the work-experience paradox for grads

It has long been a paradox — employers want experience in a candidate before they’ll hire, but how does a new arts or humanities graduate earn that experience before they get a job? A program at Queen’s University, preparing for its third year, seems to have found the the answer.

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Queen’s receives federal funding for female entrepreneurs

Member of Parliament for Kingston and the Islands Mark Gerretsen visited the Agnes Etherington Art Centre today to announce that the federal government was investing $3.2 million in Queen’s University and their partnerships with female entrepreneurs in Eastern Ontario. The investment is part of the federal government’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy

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