Canadian Women in Communications and Technology is committed to advancing women by providing opportunities for members to remain relevant and connected through strong relationships and continuous learning. Join today and meet other women across Canada in the telecommunications, media and technolgy sectors in your area, discover learning and career development programs, scholarships and mentorships all designed for you to invest in your professional relevance.
WCT offers its members numerous tools and resources to help them thrive in today’s challenging industry environment. WCT provides its members with the opportunity to learn how to take charge of their career development, expand their networks and accomplish their career goals. WCT member benefits include:
Access to year-round programming
WCT members have access to all of our programs, including Mentorship, Jeanne Sauvé Career Development, The Protégé Project, Senior Executive Strategy Series, Professional Development Webinars, and leadership recognition through our Annual Awards Gala.
Networking and Professional Development Events
Our ten Regional Chapters, located from coast to coast, presented over 45 events in the 2015 season that assisted WCT members with enhancing their skills and expanding their networks.
Discounts on WCT events and industry programs, services and events
Members receive significant discounts on over 45 WCT events presented by our Regions each year. Through the strong alliances we have formed with universities, industry organizations and professional associations, we are able to offer our members discounts on numerous professional development events, services and programs.
E-Bulletin – monthly electronic newsletter
We keep our members up to date on the information they need to advance in their careers, such as industry news, key professional development events and WCT initiatives, through our monthly electronic newsletter.
WCT regional board members plan and organize networking, mentorship and educational events for women in the communications, digital media and technology sectors. WCT regional board members are given the opportunity to build key skills such as collaboration, communications, event and project management.
Online Career Development Resources
To support women’s career management in the digital age, Canadian Women in Communications and Technology (WCT) partnered with OCAD University and developed digital business training aimed at women in the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sectors.
Access to over 10,000 experts and professionals
Belong to a leading edge national community of like-minded professionals and executive champions dedicated to paying it forward and helping women lead and succeed in today’s digital economy.