CICan 2020 Conference

Connection

May 3 - 5, 2020 | Montreal, Quebec

CICan’s Connection Conference – Collective Intelligence

CICan’s Annual Conference is the largest event of its kind in Canada! It fosters connections between post-secondary institutions from all across the country and around the world. In 2020, these connections will focus on strengthening our collective intelligence.

Knowing how to use and leverage all forms of intelligence is essential to the development of both individuals and societies. By using a holistic and creative approach to meet the needs of a diverse student population, colleges and institutes help foster individual and collective intelligence. This theme resonates with our amazing host city, Montreal, renowned as a hub of cultural, environmental, and artificial intelligence!

Highlights from last year's conference

2019 Keynote Speakers

Luke Anderson

Founder, STOPGAP

Tarana Burke

Civil Rights Activist

Vikram Vij

Celebrity Chef & Acclaimed Entrepreneur
Incredibly inspiring.Attendee

2019 Thought Forums

#CICan19 took our traditional networking sessions to a new level last year. The thought forums were open to all participants and offered an opportunity to engage on hot topics, trading insights and first-hand experiences.

Wow! What a fantastic session. I cannot thank facilitator enough for such a dynamic and engaging collaborative workshop.Attendee

2019 Sessions

#CICan19 included over 150 speakers and 100 sessions across these topics:

Leadership and governance
Teaching and learning for inclusion
Indigenous education
Applied research and innovation
Building entrepreneurial institutions
Training future entrepreneurs
Endeavors in social innovation
Preparing diverse learners for the jobs of the future
International activities undertaken by colleges and institutes
International student recruitment
Professional development
Excellent speakers. I loved the energy.Attendee

2019 Sponsors

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