Imagine a future you want to create.
Brilliant Labs is pleased to announce our next speaker series with Jayson Myers, CEO of Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen), the industry-led community behind Canada’s most transformative advanced manufacturing projects.
Advanced manufacturing is changing how people live, and you could play a leading role in making that happen. From fighting climate change to tackling food insecurity, it means a good career building an even better future.
Join NGen for a discussion on how robotics, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and other advanced manufacturing “tools of the trade” are helping to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges. Attend this presentation to learn about Careers of the Future and the limitless and rewarding opportunities for Canada’s youth.
Visit careersofthefuture.ca to explore how you can kick-start your career journey today.
Please join us on Thursday, March 3, at 1:30 pm AST. Register Here! Students, teachers, and parents are encouraged to join independently or in groups. This session is most relevant to grade six.
About Our Speaker:
Jayson Myers is the Chief Executive Officer of Next Generation Manufacturing Canada, Canada’s Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster, an initiative funded by the Government of Canada that will leverage more than $500 million over the next three years in collaborative, industry-led projects aimed at building world-leading advanced manufacturing capabilities in Canada.
Jay is an award-winning business economist who specializes in industrial and technological change. Between 2007 and 2016, he served as President & CEO of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, Canada’s largest industry and trade association.
Jay has been widely recognized as one of the most influential economic policy advocates in Canada. He is an advisor to both private and public sector leaders, and has counselled Canadian prime ministers and premiers, as well as senior corporate executives and policymakers around the world.
He is a member of the Advisory Board of the World Manufacturing Forum and a leading advocate on the world stage on behalf of advanced manufacturing in Canada.