2022 Innovation Training Program
The City of Calgary is one of 13 international cities selected for the 2022 Innovation Training program by the Bloomberg Center for Public Innovation at John Hopkins University.
The no-cost, year-long program helps each city find solutions to a challenge impacting its community. Working alongside a design coach, participants use case studies, lectures and hands-on training to learn innovative techniques and skills that can be turned into real world solutions.
We have chosen to focus our training program on new ways to keep youth talent in Calgary. Retaining talent serves as an economic driver for our community and supports the Youth and Community Spirit pillar of the Economic Resilience Task Force.
As part of this work, participants are engaging with community members to help inform the actions and solutions. Current engagement opportunities include interviews and co-design sessions.
This program is powered by The City of Calgary's Innovation Lab.
Youth (16-30) Innovation Workshops
Join us to brainstorm ways to improve our city! In partnership with the Bloomberg Center for Public Innovation, we are looking for youth ages 16-30 to participate in brainstorming sessions to improve make Calgary a more vibrant place for youth. The feedback received will help inform solutions to improve the lives of youth in Calgary.
Vibrancy through art sessions
Vibrancy through art virtual session – calling all youth 16-30 and youth artists
The following session will focus on how we can enhance the vibrancy of Calgary’s downtown through art.
- Tuesday, Sept. 27 virtual session (open to youth 16-30) | 5 – 6:30 p.m.
Please book in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.