We’re proud to facilitate another edition of the Girl’s Tech Tour during this year’s FITC conference.
Over the span of a decade, HoHoTO was a holiday party by Toronto's digital community in support of a great cause. The fundraiser is on hiatus but please consider donating food and funds to the Daily Bread and giving to the YWCA Toronto today. Learn more about what's next.
Over two days at the Service Design Global Conference, our team recorded heartfelt stories, wise words, and priceless advice from various speakers and attendees. All of the professionals with whom we chatted agreed: It’s incumbent upon established organizations and individuals to increase the pipeline of underrepresented groups in our industry.
This April, Toronto’s top technology and creativity conference - FITC - brought together thousands of passionate innovators, developers, designers, creatives, marketers, and students for three packed days of talks, events, and workshops. The Together team was there to experience it all with almost twenty youth from the YWCA of Toronto’s Girls’ Centre and hER VOLUTION, all of whom received free passes to participate.
As part of our Girls’ Tech Tour, 15 girls from YWCA Toronto’s Girls’ Centre and 10 girls from hErVolution will be attending FITC Toronto 2019 on April 29 - May 1, 2019.
Serving the digital community has been rewarding, but with some changes to the team that’s brought you HoHoTO over the past four years and helped carry on the legacy of this amazing community event for the past decade, we’ve made the difficult decision to not host our annual HoHoTO Mod Club celebration in 2018.
For Camille, winning the art award at grade 8 graduation was expected, but winning the math award in the same year took her by surprise. It was in this moment that the young scholar realized her potential and strength for mathematical problem solving.
The Art of Leadership for Women Conference welcomed a diverse mix of female-identifying Torontonians in a day of inspiration, truth, and knowledge-sharing.
FITC welcomed over 15 girls from YWCA Toronto’s Girls’ Centre to take part in their conference this year. The technology and creativity conference hosted thousands of passionate innovators, developers, designers, creatives, marketers, and students aspiring to one day work in these fields.
Hundreds gathered for the 2018 Venture Out Conference at Toronto’s MaRS Discovery District for an evening pitch battle, and a day of digital insight, networking, but most importantly, acceptance and empowerment—encouraging the queer community and other minority groups to rightfully share their successes.