Invitation to new partners to join the CAnD3 consortium

CAnD3 seeks interested organizations in public, not-for-profit and private sectors to join its ranks of national and international partners. To be eligible to join the consortium, partners must share our interests in equipping the next generation of population researchers across all disciplines and sectors with the knowledge, skills, and networks to support data-driven decision-making in aging societies. Eligible partners would also share our enthusiasm for the CAnD3’s training program. In addition, partners eligible to join CAnD3 would be keen to engage with fellow consortium partners, team members and trainees and collaborate on achieving the CAnD3’s objectives.

The benefits of CAnD3 for consortium partners include:

  • Staff training on 1) substantive topics across four axes of population aging and 2) skills topics including population data science, data visualization and evidence-based decision-making;
  • Exchange and engagement with other public, not-for-profit, and private sector organizations exploring similar challenges related to population data analytics in aging societies;
  • Access to a pool of high quality, carefully vetted doctoral students for paid internships at partner organizations.


Why should you join as a partner?

CAnD3 from our director, Amélie Quesnel-Vallée


CAnD3 from three other perspectives

"CAnD3  was a natural fit as it presented such an opportunity to build connections with key participants in Canada’s social data landscape... If you are looking for a multi-disciplinary forum of innovative thinkers working on data-driven solutions, you’ve found it."

Karen Mihorean, Director General, Statistics Canada


Circular head shot of Karen Mihorean, CAnD3 team member from Statistics Canada


Circular head shot of Lucienne Talba, CAnD3 coordinator

"CAnD3 is the perfect first step into the launch of my career post-graduation. It bridges this gap by providing not only a network but also the opportunity to upgrade my Data Science and policy skills using the vast amount of Big Data available nowadays... I couldn’t be happier to be part of the adventure."

Lucienne Talba, CAnD3 Postdoctoral Fellow

"Becoming a trainee of CAnD3 has been an amazing experience... This training and work experience will better prepare me for various career opportunities upon graduation. Anyone seeking to enhance their analytic skills and network with graduate students and professionals from various fields and specializations should strongly consider joining CAnD3."

Anthony Jehn, CAnD3 Trainee,
PhD Candidate , Sociology, University of Western Ontario,
Research Analyst Intern, Centre for Indigenous Statistics and Partnerships


Circular head shot of Anthony Jehn, a 2020-21 CAnD3 trainee


Next Steps

Learn more about becoming a CAnD3 partner and
reach out to us with inquiries.


Population Analytics in an Aging Society Training

Our training program fosters exchange and experiential learning through substantive and skills training areas and internships.

About our Fellows

CAnD3 is thrilled to introduce our 2022-23 cohort of Population Analytics in an Aging Society Fellows.

Meet our international and intersectoral partner team

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