B.C. Educators: Enroll your class in TechWorks 2021

JABC is pleased to invite you to participate in the online version of this popular in-person program. It’s free of charge for all B.C. high school students and aligns with B.C.’s new curriculum. 

Check out our highlight reel! On March 2nd, over 1,700 youth from across the province joined the program over two sessions.

B.C. Educators: enroll in the next TechWorks on May 12th!

Upcoming JABC TechWorks:

  • May 12, 2021 9:30 am – 10:30 am

  • May 12, 2021 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

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(Details will be provided directly to educators)

JABC TechWorks introduces B.C. youth to the jobs of the future

JABC TechWorks is an exciting multi-school program experience that introduces B.C. students to a variety of tech and tech-related careers. Because technology is a leading economic driver of growth, the demand for skilled employees is sky high.

In 2021, JABC is converting the traditional one-day JABC TechWorks program into an interactive online program that will reach approximately 2,000 students province-wide— more than ever before.

JABC TechWorks 2021 will:

  • Be comprised of high production quality digital content aimed at student learners in grades 9-12

  • Be focused on a variety of technology sub-sectors to ensure that the breadth of career opportunities related to tech in B.C. are well represented

  • Include live Q&A sessions between the presenters & students that accompany the digital content

  • Offer the digital content on-demand after their initial release, so more students will have an opportunity to learn about tech related career opportunities in B.C

Program Supporters

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2019 Highlight Reel

View full video from 2019 in-person program

  • Technology is the fastest growing sector in B.C.
  • 83,000 new tech jobs are expected to be added by 2027
  • The B.C. Government is investing $100 million into #BCTECH strategy
  • Technology jobs pay 66% higher wages than non tech jobs
  • B.C. post-secondary institutions are adding 2,900 spaces in their technology-related programs
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“This event will make a difference in the lives of many of them – influencing the way they think
and choices they make in the future.”

Educator, Vancouver

I have opened my eyes to working somewhere in the technology field. This gave me a bit of a head start and I am grateful for it.

Student, Vancouver
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