Events offered exclusively to WCM members at a special registration discount. Members can login to gain access to these discounts.
Date: Ongoing through June
The Toronto Athletic Club has very limited memberships available this summer, with eight openings for June, available exclusively for corporate partners.
Details for colleagues at Women in Capital Markets are included below, plus a special link to reserve a complimentary One Week Experience at the Club.
Members from Women in Capital Markets who reserve a new membership in June will receive preferred initiation fees, a personal locker and a fabulous 'weekender' tote bag!
RSVP or Learn More:
Use invitation code CP06
Organized by: The Canadian Institute
Date: June 14 - 15, 2017
Venue: Hyatt Regency Toronto, 370 King St West
More Info: Click here
Email: [email protected]
Join us at The Canadian Institute's Diversity & Inclusion in Corporate Leadership conference on June 14 - 15, 2017, and learn the essentials for developing and implementing a robust diversity and inclusion strategy! The Liberal Government has recently proposed regulations encouraging Canada's publicly traded companies to recruit under-represented groups on to their corporate boards and into senior management ranks. In this new era embracing diversity and inclusion, it is vital that you obtain the latest updates and insights from key regulators, diversity leaders and progressive companies to improve your organization's performance and bottom line. Register Now!
WCM members SAVE 10% on registration! Mention discount code: D10-431-431EX03
Date: July 17th - July 28th
Registration and more information: Please click here.
Half Day 8:00AM to 12:00PM | Two-Weeks | Girls Ages 11-14
Hackergal is launching our summer 2017 coding camp! We're taking the girls to the "Jungle" and tackling the programming language, PYTHON!
Hackergals from all over the city will join together for two weeks of coding fun. Together we will learn the basics of Python and create exciting projects that bring together core concepts.
In this camp, students will complete a series of mini-projects designed to teach the basic syntax, structure, and process of writing programs in Python. These projects will include data-types, variables, conditionals, loops, lists, functions, algorithms, and debugging. Students create a mid-terminology project at course completion.
Participants will hear from female guest speakers in the technology industry, meet like minded friends and explore their potential in code. Hackergals will be rewarded a certificate of completion and tons of Hackergal swag.
Join us this summer on empowering girls to pursue the possibilities in code!
A hot breakfast, snacks and refreshments will be provided at 8:00am each morning. Camp starts at 9:00am.
For more information visit: www.hackergal.org
Terms and Conditions
Participants must be female ages 11-14.
Participants are asked to bring their own laptop (PC or Macbook).
Refund Policy: No refunds will be issued after July 10th, 2017.
Organized by: Crofton House School and the CHS parents' Auxiliary
Date: Thursday September 28, 2017
Crofton House School and the CHS Parents' Auxiliary invite you to save the date for the next Whole Girl, Whole World event with Amanda Lang on September 28, 2017.
Amanda Lang is an anchor on Bloomberg TV Canada and the acclaimed author of Power of Why. In her latest book, The Beauty of Discomfort, Amanda wonders if we've made life too comfortable for our kids. She argues that we need to start pushing children outside their comfort zones. "Students who periodically occupy the discomfort zone learn the habit of making an effort — and learn also that failure is usually the entry fee for attempting to change and grow." Read an excerpt.
Organized by: Women's College Hospital Foundation
Date: Wednesday, November 08, 2017
Time: 11:30am - 2pm
Location: Sheraton Centre Hotel, Toronto, ON
More Info: Click here
Launched in 2011, Women for Women's is an influential annual luncheon that brings together nearly 1,000 prominent corporate, philanthropic and community leaders each year to learn about, talk about and support the future of health for women. To date, $2.4 million has been raised to advance research and programs at Women's College Hospital (WCH).
Inviting a panel of high-profile women and women's health experts to engage in thought-provoking discussion, Women for Women's strives to educate guests about key issues affecting women's health and the innovative care and research taking place at Women's College Hospital and Women's College Research Institute (WCRI). Panelists and special guests have included such names as Hazel McCallion, Jully Black, Elizabeth Manley, Isabelle Brasseur, Erin Davis, Andrea Martin, Measha Brueggergosman and more!
Organized by: Status of Women Canada
Registration: Take the pledge here
On April 16, 2015, the Honourable Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, Minister of Labour and Minister of Status of Women, launched the It Starts with One – Be Her Champion campaign. The campaign urges leaders in all fields to make the commitment to champion a woman.
The It Starts with One campaign is designed to engage leaders in both the private and public sectors as champions for women by taking a pledge to participate in formal or informal mentoring efforts. Canadians can make their It Starts with One pledge at women.gc.ca/startswithone. The website also provides information on the benefits of championing, links to formal mentorship programs in Canada, and a toolkit for initiating championing relationships.
Led by the MaRS Centre for Impact Investing (MCII), the mentorship program matches seasoned North American venture capital / private equity managers as mentors with high potential private equity fund managers in emerging markets. Fund managers in these markets have a critical role to play in attracting capital to small and medium enterprises that have a positive social impact. As a result of mentorship, mentee fund managers can enhance their management skills and become more successful in attracting private investment. And mentors have an opportunity to bring their experience and expertise to a make a difference and to contribute to positive environmental and social impact.