The Computing Councils of Canada Conference (C³ Con 2021)
The Computing Councils of Canada Conference (C³ Con) is an annual, weekend-long tech conference run by students, for students.
The Computing Councils of Canada Conference, CCubed Con, is an annual, weekend-long tech conference run by students, for students. Its mission is to help students “expand their horizons” by educating and exposing students to the diverse range of opportunities attainable with a computer science background, including research in intersecting fields and leadership in the tech industry. The conference will feature speakers from all across Canada, with opportunities to network and make new connections with both students and industry professionals!
What is CCubed?
CCubed (C^3), officially the Computing Councils of Canada, is a nonprofit organization and a support network for computer science related student communities all across Canada. Our goals are to get Canada’s university computer science students interacting and collaborating, to create and run valuable, fun, and inclusive events and build up local CS communities by providing resources, connections, and experiences.