An in-person event taking place November 26 - 28, 2022 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. For more information, please visit: www.highereducationsummit.ca.
Candidates in the 2022 Ontario election are urged to support a post-secondary action plan on climate change and other measures to produce the strong workforce that will be pivotal to recharging Ontario’s economy.
Ontario's colleges are calling for candidates in the 2022 election to endorse their recommendations for taking action on climate change, putting Ontario at the forefront of innovation, promoting student wellness and investing in the long-term fiscal sustainability of colleges.
An Ontario government announcement that colleges can develop three-year degree programs is a historic breakthrough that ensures more students will acquire the expertise to succeed.
To provide certainty to students, faculty and staff, Ontario’s 24 colleges will maintain their COVID-19 vaccination policies until at least the end of the semester.
“86% of college graduates employed within six months”
– 2019 KPI survey results
Getting frank with Franklin
When we first started working with the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy on a new white paper, “The Future of Ontario’s Workers,” we had some idea how the economy might transform over the next few years. Clearly, advancements like AI and robotics would have a profound effect on our future workforce.