Industry Talks



Science & Technology Career Panel

Want to connect with industry representatives in the tech industry?

The SECC is pleased to host a panel of employers to speak about careers in the science and technology industries. Join us in this interactive session to learn more about how the industry works, career options and how to effectively search for jobs in the industry. There will be opportunities to ask questions and to network with the panelists. Vendasta is sponsoring beverages at this event!  

Our industry panel members include:

  • Cody Kurz, Software Developer, uSask Alumna, Vendasta.  Vendasta is the #1 platform for selling digital solutions to local businesses.  At Vendasta, we hire top minds from computer science, software engineering and business fields to help us provide incredible software to world-class companies. If you want to be part of our exciting culture, apply today.
  • Darryl Kacher, uSask Alumnus, Director of Engineering, SED Systems.  SED is proud of its long history of service and accomplishments. The expertise and capabilities developed over almost 50 years in the industry are being applied successfully today to meet the new challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
  • Bill Lewis, P.Eng, Co-chair of the Business of Science and Technology Committee of the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of CommerceOwner, Engineering for Kidshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnrAJGxBs6o, and Provincial Board Member at Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan.


This session is open to students in any year or program of study. IndustryTalk sessions are all held in partnership with the Graduate Students' Association (GSA).  

  • Date: Friday, November 4, 2016
  • Time: 11:15 – 1:00 pm
  • Location: GSA Commons

Registration:

Directions GSA Commons (Emmanuel and St. Chad Chapel): Turn away from Place Riel and walk towards College Drive, through parking Lot 1.The Emmanuel and St. Chad Chapel (1337 College Drive) will be the third building on your right and the top of the building is shaped like the front of a boat.