The Career Impact Challenge wants to capture the impact of public investment in digital health on the careers of Canadians.
How have public investments in digital health had an impact on you professionally? The impact could be to any aspect of your professional career – training, professional opportunities, leadership, networking, collaboration, time saved, personal effectiveness, or any other aspect you feel is important.
Your entry should describe the effect on you and your career, rather than on your employer or organization, or on the work that you do. The judges will evaluate the entries based on the following criteria:
- Potential impact for motivating and inspiring others
- The quality of the submission
How to Participate
- Submit a written response of up to 250 words along with a photo (optional) on the Challenge website.
- Entrants must agree to the Challenge rules and give permission to Infoway to use the submission.
Who can Submit?
- Legal residents of Canada of the age of majority in their province or territory may submit.
- Current Infoway employees and their immediate family members are not eligible. Work performed as an employee of Infoway should not be included in the submission. See FAQ for details.
- Entrants must meet all of the terms and conditions described in the full Rules.
- Four awards will go to the most compelling entries as determined by panel of judges. These awards of $1,250 are for the professional development of the award recipient, issued by cheque.
- Emerging professionals in the first five years of their current career who have not held a leadership position in any industry are eligible for an award of $500, awarded to the emerging professional with the most compelling entry.
- All qualified entries received before June 28 at 3:00 p.m. ET will be entered in a random draw for five awards of $50.
- All qualified entries received before July 31 at 3:00 p.m. ET will be entered in a random draw for five awards of $50.
July 31, 2013, 3:00 p.m. ET.