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Partners

LADIES LEARNING CODE

LADIES LEARNING CODE
Ladies Learning Code is a not-for-profit organization with the mission to be the leading resource for women and youth to become passionate builders - not just consumers - of technology by learning technical skills in a hands-on, social, and collaborative way.

OUR COMITTMENT
LLC runs monthly workshops that are staffed and run by volunteer instructors and mentors. As a part of our support as a community partner, SDS members are encouraged to get involved and volunteer. If you would like to become a volunteer, please email LLC at sudbury@ladieslearningcode.com

NEXT WORKSHOP http://ladieslearningcode.com/chapters/sudbury/

 


LAURENTIAN ARCHITECTURE LAURENTIENNE

THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE offers a four-year pre-professional Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS), followed by a two-year Master of Architecture degree. Situated in the Canadian north, the School’s focus is on designing with wood as well as having an integrated co-operative program where students obtain practical experience through work-term placements in industry and in architecture offices. Francophone, First Nations, Métis, and Inuit student experience is central to the unique tri-cultural mandate of the program. The architecture program is delivered in English, with French language options for design studios, elective courses, and co-operative placements. Through Elders in residence, Indigenous faculty members, French design studio instruction, and local community-design and design-build exercises each year, students are exposed to an array of methods, knowledge, and experience that is uniquely ‘Northern’ and regional.


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RGD

The Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) is a hub for the graphic design community, promoting knowledge sharingcontinuous learningresearchadvocacy and mentorship. We work to establish professional standards, best practices and innovative thinking within our industry and beyond.

RGD connects the community to provide knowledge sharing, continuous learning, research, advocacy and mentorship.


Cambrian College's The Open Studio

Cambrian College's Open Studio is a multi-disciplinary creative space dedicated to presenting innovative exhibitions and events, many of which focus on social issues and progressive ideas. The studio raises awareness of the College, as well as the creative communities of the North, and positions Cambrian as a thought leader in the region.


If you would like more information about becoming a community partner, feel free to email us at info@sudburydesignsociety.com