CRIM is part of an initiative to accelerate talent integration in businesses

The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) announces a multilateral cooperation agreement with 16 post-secondary institutions and organizations in Quebec, including CRIM.

CRIM is proud to be part of an initiative to support practical learning and accelerate talent integration and foster the digital shift within SMBs.

This agreement will make it possible to train new talent via internships that will provide tomorrow’s workforce with the digital skills that Quebec businesses need.

This multilateral partnership agreement reflects the willingness of all players in the education and technology sector to work together to strengthen the competitive advantage of businesses and develop the talent needed to negotiate the digital shift.

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