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CompE Club Weekly

The semester comes to a close. We hope you all make the most of the summer ahead.
If you're undure what to do with your new found freedom, consider checking out the
events below.


  • BMO Capital Markets Recruitment Consultations
  • JUMP presents Student Takeover (online session)
  • CanGro: A Sustainability Project Group
  • NeuroNexus Design Competition
  • Algorithm Trading Club
  • Leaders Prize Competition

1) BMO Capital Markets Recruitment Consultations

WHO: Class of 2021 and 2022 undergraduates looking to connect with BMO recruiters
WHERE: Apply Here
WHAT: Looking to stay in touch, get guidance, and to further connect with
our business and alumni this spring? This is your time to grow your network and to get further insight as you prepare for the upcoming recruitment season!

The service is open on a first come, first serve basis. Please fill out the form listed above, and incluce a copy of your resume. Do not select more than one timeslot, so others will have a chance to connect. Prepare any questions prior to the call to ensure everything runs smoothly.

To learn more, check out their website or contact []

2) JUMP presents Student Takeover (online session)

WHO: Anyone who wants to ask the real questions
WHEN: Wednesday, May 6th from 5:45pm to 7:30pm
WHAT: Members of the Jobber team want to hear from you on what we should be talking about! We’ll be taking your questions live on Zoom and discussing topics of interest, then breaking into virtual groups for more in-depth chats! This is your time to get the information or answer that you’ve been dying to know. Such as, how do I set myself apart in an interview if I don’t have a ton of experience? or is there really a dog in your HQ office?

No matter your background, you’ll walk away with something new! Whether you want to know how to set yourself apart in a technical or non-technical interview, how to gain professional experience during your summer break, or just getting to know the business better, this opportunity is for you.

3) CanGro: A Sustainability Project Group

WHO: Anyone interested sustainability and agriculture
WHERE: Contact Michael Kellough
WHAT: CanGro is a new student project group focusing on making sustainable agriculture through hydroponics. These farms take significantly less water and space than traditional farms. CanGro aims to create an integrated modular farm capable of growing food throughout the year. This food could then be given to the university, or donated to the food bank. The group plans to design the farm over the next 4 months, and build the farm in the fall semester. The group needs individuals of all backgrounds to design this farm. Computer Engineering students are needed to design the climate control system and software to interface with it. If this initiative appeals to you, we encourage you to contact Michael Kellough

4) NeuroNexus Design Competition

WHO: Anyone interested hackathons and neuroscience
WHERE: Apply Here
WHAT: Neuro Nexus is a hackathon program designed to spark collaboration across disciplines and tackle
complex challenges in brain science and mental health. The program connects experts in frontline,
clinical, and academic practice with motivated, talented students to develop technological solutions
over a fast-paced 6 week competition. This year, Neuro Nexus will facilitate 40+ projects across the
province in our largest competition yet.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event has been postphoned to Fall 2020, with dates to be announced.
Visit the website below for more information and updates.

To learn more, check out their website

5) Algorithm Trading Club

WHO: Anyone interested in stock trading and analysis
WHEN: AGM is in May, sign up for more details!
WHERE: Sign up here
WHAT: Interested in learning how to apply Python and R in stock trading? Alberta Quant Club will be hosting its AGM in May! To be notified of club activities, please fill out the form linked above.

6) Leaders Prize Competition

WHO: Anyone interested in Aritificial Intelligence and Hackathons
WHEN: June 19th 2019
WHAT: Misinformation is rampant no matter where you look on the internet. Fact checkers and reputable news sources were a sufficient solution to keep well informed in the past, but this wave of fake news challenges that tradition. The Schulich Foundation invites you to tackle this problem with AI. Groups of up to 5 people are tasked with creating an AI that can evaluate the validity of the statement, and if possible, provide evidence. The winning team will claim the $1 milllion prize! This is a great experience to undertake. The competition is far off now, but it definatly worth your consideration!
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Signing Off…

Thanks for reading this week's edition of the CompE Club Newsletter. If you have any news or an event you want featured in future editions, contact us at! Be sure to stop by the CompE Club Room to grab a snack and say hi! Prices for most snacks have been slashed, so now is the time to buy. <33