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WIMTACH students gets hired two weeks after graduation

For over 50 years, Centennial College has been dedicated to student success beyond the classroom. The College’s Wearable, Interactive and Mobile Technology Access Centre in Health (WIMTACH) has shown the depth of this dedication – since 2015, it has provided over 325 students with employment opportunities, applied research knowledge and skills and ultimately, has prepared […] Read more

Centennial students design mobile app for vulnerable people in emergencies

For 24 Centennial College students, their classroom experience took them to a WIMTACH hackathon. For two days – May 30th and 31st – four groups of six students each from Software Engineering programs gathered in the College’s auditorium to take on an innovative, hackathon challenge presented by WIMTACH and one of its industry clients, Interdev, […] Read more

Jun, 11, 2019

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Mobile App Clinics: Closing the App Gap

By: Russul Sahib When choosing mobile apps for your device, there are certain features you look for to meet your needs. The same concept applies for companies and business owners who are looking to implement the most effective mobile technologies for their work. This is exactly the type of work Centennial College’s Wearable Interactive Mobile […] Read more

May, 02, 2019

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Former Centennial College student returns to partner with WIMTACH

A former Centennial student has returned to College to bring his project to life. Jacob Moshinsky, CEO and founder of Monkey Jabber, has returned to Centennial College to collaborate with WIMTACH to enhance his product, NutureWatch. He graduated from Centennial College in 1999 with an International Business Diploma. Today marks his first return to the […] Read more

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Full House for Health Hackathon

Wearable, Interactive and Mobile Technology Access Centre in Health (WIMTACH)’s headquarters was packed full of eager students for an intensive two-day hackathon from January 27-28th, 2016 at Progress Campus. Sponsored by Smokebomb Entertainment, a division of the Toronto-based Shaftesbury Studios, the hackathon was the second hosted by the WIMTACH team. Yielding an outstanding turn out […] Read more