Student sponsorships available for 30th annual CCPPP Conference

| September 19, 2022
Submitted by Caroline Roberts for CPD
This message does not apply to part-time students.

Do you want to learn more about the role of Public-Private Partnerships and the contribution they have made to building critical infrastructure and growing the Canadian economy? Do you want the opportunity to learn about the latest developments and to network with business and public sector leaders in the industry?

The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) is pleased to award up to 12 talented post-secondary students from across Canada the opportunity to attend its 30th Annual National Conference on public-private partnerships (P3s). The Conference brings together over 1,200 senior leaders, experts and practitioners from across Canada and abroad involved with P3s.

Award of a slot in this program will include the following:

  • One complimentary ticket (worth $3100) to the entire conference program, including:
  • Two days of sessions, keynotes, and networking
  • The first night and closing reception.
  • Access to the International Day program on Wednesday November 23, 2022
  • Reserved seat at a head table for one of two Luncheon Keynotes

Conference details:

November 21-22

  • Location: Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
  • Pre-conference orientation session: Sunday, November 20
  • Apply: Email your application, including your CV, bio, and photo, to partners@pppcouncil.ca
  • Application deadline: Friday, September 30
  • More information: 2022 Student Sponsorship Flyer
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