Small Business Digitization Initiative: Call for Youth Participants Deadline April 24Written by Chelby Daigle
Muslim Link is currently working with a student from the Information and Communications Technology Council's Small Business Digitization Initiative (SBDI). We want to see more Ottawa youth and business owners take advantage of this unique program.
The Small Business Digitization Initiative (SBDI) is a training program that connects youth and local businesses together to provide youth with needed industry experience, practical skills that are in high demand, and the opportunity to constantly expand their network.
The initiative provides a free opportunity to unemployed or underemployed post-secondary students to prepare them for the digital workplace, while providing businesses with enthusiastic and knowledgeable talent to implement smart technology solutions to support their innovation and growth potential.
The program is open to all youth aged 20-29 who have a strong digital skillset and/or have some prior work experience in a business setting or a start-up. and who are looking for a competitive advantage, as this program will also be teaching theoretical components of entrepreneurship, project management and innovation.
It requires a full time commitment of five days a week 7-8 hours a day.
This program is offered in Ottawa and Toronto.
Spots are limited and the deadline to apply is April 24th.
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