Information session: Cooperathon 2018

Event

MacDonald Engineering Building, 817 Sherbrooke West, office 267, Montréal, QC, CA

 

Interested in social innovation and entrepreneurship? Participate in the Montreal Urban Living Challenge as part of the Cooperathon!

During 25 days, students, engineers, entrepreneurs, experts, professionals and engaged citizens from all horizons meet up to develop socially responsible projects. Four themes (Finance, Health, Education and Energy-Environment) teams grow thanks to the involvement of community, academic and industrial partners who accompany the participants through the realisation of their project, from idea to prototype. The Cooperathon is a competition for all who wish to explore, experiment and create for their community.

The Montreal Urban Living Challenge, an initiative stemming from a partnership between CIRM, Desjardins Lab's Cooperathon and HEC Montréal, is an interuniversity student competition whose objective is to bring together students from different universities and disciplines and to give them an opportunity to collaborate to develop a project that will help improve the quality of life of Montrealers.


This information session held at McGill's campus will allow you to learn more about the competition!

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