Student Sponsorships Available for the 28th Annual P3 2020 Conference

| September 9, 2020
Submitted by Jacquie Gomes for MBA CPD


Are you a student who wants 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?

For the 10th year in a row, 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 28th Annual Conference on public-private partnerships (P3s) from November 17-19. The Conference brings together more than 1,200 senior leaders, experts and practitioners from across Canada and abroad involved with P3s.

Student delegates will participate in a pre-conference orientation session and attend stimulating keynote speeches and panel discussions on emerging topics in the infrastructure sector from prestigious leaders from Canada and around the world.

Eligibility: Graduate students and upper-year undergraduate students who are studying in a relevant field (e.g. finance, engineering, business, law, public administration, political science, economics, planning, and construction management) are eligible to apply.

How to apply:

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