Young Women's Conferences

You’re invited…

Since 1999, Skills Ontario is proud to host the award-winning Young Women’s Conferences. These conferences, held in conjunction with Skills Ontario Competition, are dedicated to showing female students that skilled trades and technologies careers offer many great opportunities. In a friendly, casual environment, students are able to explore career options and practice their networking skills as they meet women who work in skilled trades and technologies industries. These mentors discuss the rewards of their chosen career paths and provide advice, guidance and inspiration. The agenda also includes hands-on activities, and a self-guided tour of the Skills Ontario Competition at the Toronto Congress Centre. Please consider joining us! 

Senior Elementary Conference: Monday, May 4, 2020 (9:00am-12:00pm)

Secondary Conference: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 (9:00am-12:00pm)

Toronto Congress Centre, North Building
650 Dixon Road

There is a cap of 20 students per school, with a maximum of two teachers per registration request. Spaces are limited and filled on a first come first serve basis.

Young Women’s Conference registration opens Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 9:00am 




Note: A Teacher or Board Contact must complete the school registration.  If you are a student who is interested in participating, please speak to your teacher. By registering students for this event, non-affiliated schools or communities agree to cover the costs associated with affiliation.

1. Please print the following flyers and promote the event at your school.

Flyer Coming Soon

2. Identify girls at your school who are interested in attending.

3. Click the button below to access the School Space Request Form. (Remember: registration is first come, first served and it is advisable to register as soon as possible to secure your student spaces).


There is a registration fee of $20 per student/educator. There will be no onsite registrations and unregistered students will not be permitted to attend.

  • To complete the on-line registration simply fill in the required fields that appear on the form.  These fields will correspond with the information you have collected on the sign-up sheet. Please note, we do not require the names of the students registering. Only the amount of students registering is required.

After the online registration you will receive an email confirming your number of requested spaces. Before the end of February you will receive another email confirming the number of spaces that have been accepted or waitlisted for your school. Official conformation packages will be sent to accepted schools with detailed event information.

4. Collect and bring all signed Informed Consent Forms to the event.

Request Spaces 


Register a Guest

A guest is classified as a dignitary, community partner or other interested party who is not part of a school registration. 



Become a Mentor

A mentor is a woman who works, trains or teaches in a skilled trade or technology field and is willing to share her positive career experiences with the student participants through informal networking activities. 

Mentor Flyer




For more information about the event this year, please contact

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