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COMPETITION 2021

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

 

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BRIDGE is an interdisciplinary case competition hosted at McGill University and sponsored by WSP that brings together students from diverse academic backgrounds to examine and propose solutions to complex sustainability challenges.


This year our theme is renewable energy and we've partnered with the Barkley Project Group to develop a real-life case that requires a combination of technical, scientific, business, and policy skills to tackle.


We will be welcoming expert judges from coast to coast working in fields such as climate change and resilience, sustainability consulting, environmental engineering, project management, policy analysis, business development, clean energy engineering, climate finance, etc.


Date: Friday, January 22nd - 30th, 2021

Location: Zoom

Registration: https://bridgecasecomp.eventbrite.ca


Teams will have the chance to win over $1000 in cash prizes. The winning team members will have their names engraved on BRIDGE’s perpetual trophy. Additionally, CV’s will be shared with WSP recruiters and top performers may be given the opportunity to interview for an internship.


SCHEDULE:

January 7-22: REGISTRATION

January 23: Case release, opening ceremonies & workshops

January 29: Presentation submission deadline

January 30: Preliminary presentations, a panel on careers in sustainability, final presentations, awards ceremony & networking


Participants may sign up:

1. As individual agents and paired with other individual agents or partial groups

2. As a partial group and paired with other partial groups or individual agents

3. As a complete team of 4-5 students (please note that all teams must have at least one engineering and one management student. If you have any questions or would like to request an exception, please contact team@bridgecasecomp.com)


We encourage students of all backgrounds and perspectives to participate. Diverse ideas and creative thinking are valued above technical expertise. BRIDGE 2021 is open to undergraduate students across all faculties and Canadian universities.

 
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Sponsored by WSP Canada

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