The Technology, Education and Collaboration (TEC) Hub will contribute to the development of a skilled, employment-ready technology and trades workforce for northwestern Ontario. It will also host vibrant research, incubation and technology transfer services to support the region’s advanced manufacturing, technology and resource sectors. Facilitating opportunities for collaboration and fostering innovation and entrepreneurship will be cornerstones of the new facility.

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You can play an important role in making this vision a reality.

For more information, or to support the TEC Campaign, please contact us at:
Phone: (807) 475-6460
E-mail: TEC.campaign@confederationcollege.ca

Volunteer Leadership Team

  • Emilio Rigato – Chair
  • Michael Nitz
  • Don Campbell
  • Colin Bruce
  • Lyle Knudsen

TEC Hub by the Numbers:

• $19 million, 44,200 square foot facility
• Support 100 additional postsecondary students
• Increase of 200+ new contract training students
• 250 construction jobs for one year
• Approximately $12.3 million anticipated increase to total regional economic impact
of $411.2 million annually (1)

TEC Hub - promo image - students with a precision measuring device

Community Impact:

• Expanded training opportunities
• Increased economic return
• Retention and development of innovative businesses
• Growth of research and innovation
• Support of increased capacity for First Nations communities


Future Opportunities

Boasting a 90% employer satisfaction rate (2) and an 87% graduation satisfaction rate (3), our over 7,200 annual learners along with our 50,000 alumni and many industry partners know that Confederation College delivers excellence in education and innovation. The commitment of both the private and public sectors towards over $50 million in investments across our campuses, including our TEC Hub, reflect that confidence.

Confederation College is engaging in a capital campaign, designed to provide students of our TEC Hub with leading-edge equipment and learning capacity. There are several opportunities for you to contribute to this vision and support the future workforce of our region. Confederation College is ideally positioned to leverage corporate and private contributions for government-matching dollars, multiplying the impact that your investment will have.

We need your support to ensure the growth of our regional economy and workforce through experiential learning.

Contact us to discuss opportunities for you to make a meaningful impact:
E-mail: TEC.campaign@confederationcollege.ca
Phone: (807) 475-6460


Driving Economic Prosperity in Northwestern Ontario

Since 1967, Confederation College has been a driver of social and economic well-being for our region. With passionate, skilled instructors and smaller class sizes, we offer practical,
hands-on programs and courses that contribute to the development of our students, communities and industries. With nine campuses and technology-enabled learning, we cover a catchment area of 550,000 square kilometres and play a crucial role in driving future prosperity in the northwest. We are committed to supporting a diverse range of students, including Indigenous and International learners.

We are witnessing a time of great transformation in the economy of northwestern Ontario. The past several years have seen a restructuring of the manufacturing base, an ever-expanding need for workers with advanced skills and an identified need for skilled workers as baby boomers retire. At Confederation College, we know that investment in
postsecondary education is a key enabler of economic strength and prosperity.

(1) EMSI Economic Impact Study, December 2013.
(2) Survey of employers who have hired 2015-16 college graduates.
(3)Survey of 2015-16 graduates six months after graduation.