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For two decades, we've brought together students like you from across the country - creators, designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, budding scientists and young visionaries - to change the way you see technology.

With over 4000+ students reached, our impact has been felt across an entire generation – a generation that is more connected than ever before.


  “CUTC provides an excellent opportunity for personal development while offering important insights into the dynamic and fast-paced world of new technologies. Each of you is committed to excellence, and I am certain that this conference will assist in preparing you for the challenges of the future.”

- Jean Chretien, 20th Prime Minister of Canada


  “[CUTC] is a forum that aims to shape the future of technology in Canada.”

- The Globe and Mail


  “There are a bunch of undergraduates who are just high energy people showing a huge amount of initiative... And you can’t resist coming out here to support what they are doing, ‘cause they are doing great things. I strongly recommend any undergraduate in any discipline to get involved!”

- Bob Young, Co-Founder of Red Hat, CEO of Lulu


  “[CUTC’s] presentations and think tanks on everything from ethics to wireless devices – are intended to help students think about and influence future technologies.”

- The Globe and Mail


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Featured Speakers

Dave Rensin


David K. Rensin is the Senior Director of Engineering in the Office of the CFO. Dave provides guidance on the allocation of Google’s capital to its various businesses and long-term technical investments. Prior to that, Dave founded Customer Reliability Engineering (CRE) and also ran Google’s global network capacity planning.

Dave Rensin

Senior Director, Google

Tina Eskridge


Tina Eskridge serves as Sr. Director of Marketing at Microsoft where she is responsible for driving all aspects of inclusion product and marketing strategy across Microsoft’s cloud platforms.

Tina Eskridge

Sr. Director of Marketing, Microsoft

Henry Shi


On Forbes 30 Under 30, Henry Shi cofounded SnapTravel in 2016 to make booking the perfect hotel room as easy as chatting with a friend over FB Messenger, WhatsApp, SMS, Slack or Amazon Alexa. Shi has begun giving back and created two fellowships for students of Georgia Tech's online Master of Science.

Henry Shi

Co-founder, SnapTravel

Claudel Kamgang


Previously a consultant at McKinsey & Company and a banker at J.P. Morgan, Claudel Kamgang is a LinkedIn Product Manager and host of The Atalaku Effect podcast. He holds a BSc and MSc from the University Paris Diderot, and a MBA from the Wharton School (UPenn).

Claudel Kamgang

Product Manager, Linkedin

Pennie Santiago


Pennie is the Sr. Director of Finance IT Delivery at RBC, leading an international team of program directors, financial and intake specialists. She holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and has two bachelor’ degrees, one in mechanical engineering, and a second in computer programming.

Pennie Santiago

Sr. Director of Finance, RBC

Ravina Anand


Ravina Anand (BSc, MPPGA, MD Candidate) is a social entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of FLIK, the first female-identifying apprenticeship portal. By developing technology to solve social issues, Ravina aims to advance women’s economic participation.

Ravina Anand

Co-founder & COO, FLIK

Learn about our 40+ fantastic speakers!

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  • What makes CUTC different?
    At the CUTC, you get to learn from the people in the trenches- entrepreneurs, pioneers in technology and the ones who build and maintain the tech we use everyday. With opportunities for you to get your hands dirty and create things, network exclusively with top employers, meet others in the community and learn something new, CUTC 2020 is the place to be for anyone looking to make an impact in tech.
  • Are tickets free?
    Yes! Tickets to CUTC 2020 are free!
  • How do I get tickets?
    CUTC 2020 will be held as an online conference this year, making it accessible to everyone and anyone who’s interested in getting involved. To register, visit https://cutc-reconnect.eventbrite.ca/.
  • Who can attend?
    High school, undergraduate and graduate students from all across Canada can attend CUTC Reconnect. Have any questions? Shoot us an email or a DM!
  • Is a schedule available?
    The schedule will be up soon. We’re fine tuning it so you can get the most out of your weekend. Keep your eyes peeled for updates on our social media to be the first to know.
  • Got more questions? Send em our way!
    You can shoot us a DM us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter (@cutc2020) and our team will get back to you as soon as possible!