The Wideman Education Foundation is pleased to announce that Soraya Savji will be the keynote speaker for the 2014 Wideman Prize Competition event!
Students competing in this year’s Wideman Prize Competition will hear Soraya deliver a lunchtime keynote presentation on the demand for project managers, how project management is relevant, and how to enter the field as a project management professional.
Soraya is a Recruitment Consultant with the Annex Consulting Group. Annex currently hires the largest number of project managers within the province. Continue reading
We have uploaded over 200 photos from last year’s annual Wideman Prize Competition. Check them out by clicking on our Media page or by clicking here.
2013 Wideman Prize Competition participants
For the fourth year, WEF will be hosting its annual Wideman Prize Competition in Project Management at SFU’s Surrey Campus on April 26, 2014.
Open to students enrolled in approved undergraduate project management courses, the competition requires participants to work in teams of 4-5 to select, initiate, plan and execute a real project. Continue reading
On December 7, 2010 WEF, partnering with the Faculty of Business Administration and the School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT) at Simon Fraser University, held their second successful Project Management Career Speaker Event. Keeping in mind the importance of being on the cutting edge of technology and awareness of global workworld changes, WEF continues to fulfill its Mandate to teach and develop tomorrow’s Project Managers. Continue reading
Recently, the Wideman Education Foundation and Simon Fraser University Surrey hosted a project management competition asking students the question “Why should high school students attend post-secondary education”?
The winning team featured students from Surrey Connect High School: Jane Wong, Sammy Tsai, Jansen Moon, Lillian Liu, and Stephen Chung.
The team that made the most compelling media vehicle was awarded $300 for each team member, as well as a project management book, and a networking dinner with the Project Management Institute in Vancouver.