Work on projects with new companies and technologies that are shaping the future

**Get paid to hone your entrepreneurial thinking skills.

Experience Ventures, powered by the Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking at the University of Calgary, enables college and university students to make an impact alongside real-world innovators through entrepreneurial thinking placements.

Interested in making an impact on your career? Why wait until graduation? Get an edge on your future. Experience Ventures creates paid entrepreneurial thinking placements for college and university students with innovative companies in Canada. Our goal is to inspire your creativity, resiliency and future vision—so you can shape your future with the right skill set.

Why Should I Participate?

Current Opportunities 

Opportunity Partner Startup Project Description Apply 
Psychology Research and Development Associate PathtoCareer

Contribute to the development of a new career assessment and planning tool that will help students to identify and build their future! 

Apply Now!
SpaceCard Innovation Challenge SpaceCard Independently conduct research into the current virtual reality space landscape, and imagine ways that SpaceCard's innovative technology could be used in your field of study. Apply Now!
Blync Innovation Challenge Blync and Resort Suite Work with Resort Suite to imagine the future uses of innovative Virtual Reality products such as Blync Bike for hospitality, health and well-being. Apply Now!
Spacecard VR Research and Development Associate SpaceCard Build an MVP environment using SpaceCard  to present a use case for the technology. Coming Soon
Blync VR Research and Development Associate Blync and Resort Suite Build an MVP and present a use case for the Blync technology in a hospitality and hotel scenario. Coming Soon


Eligible students:

  • Are registered in a postsecondary education institution

  • Are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or persons to who refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and,

  • Are legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.

  • Complete an onboarding module before beginning the experience.