University of Toronto
To provide opportunities for constructive engagement between students and the packaging industry.
PAC, Walmart Canada and Nestle Canada challenged Ontario college and university students to create a sustainable package design for their 'Delissio' pizzas.
1st place - Amanda Santos, Ashley Seow, Atigun Treetukpan, Denny Wan : University of Toronto
2nd place - Julia Hummel & Antonia Goga: Conestoga College
3rd place - Dusan Guzina: Humber College
University of Toronto
"The PAC Educational Programs within the School of Communications Arts at Seneca@York has generated a level of excitement I have not seen since I became involved with our packaging course. The students are eager to become members and realize through the PAC educational program our packaging industry is a frontier they will now consider even over print.
The PAC programs offer to our students a broad spectrum of membership and educational benefits from participating in a national student competition to the PAC Fair /conference where the students will mingle with prospective employers. In addition PAC is going full throttle with the sustainability issues and continually offers a host of seminars that engage our students.
All in all I am truly happy that Seneca became members and I am proud to sit on the PAC Student Committee."
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Come to Ryerson University for an evening of networking and education. Our speakers will be discussing the latest developments in printed electronics, how they will be incorporated into packaging workflows, and the marketing implications for the consumer packaging industry. A dinner reception will follow featuring interactive product demonstrations from Graphics Canada, Bash Interactive, and Ryerson DMZ startups Flybits and Smartslip.
Hosted by Ryerson University’s Graphic Communications Management Program.
Speakers will be discussing the latest developments in Near Field Communications (NFC) technology and its potential for the print industry, as well as an in depth study on the relevance of packaging in an online world.
PAC, Walmart Canada and Unilever are challenging students to create a sustainable package design for a 133 g container of Knorr Sidekicks and its retail-ready package to contain 12 x 133 g containers.
PAC, Walmart Canada and SC Johnson are challenging students to create a sustainable package design for a 765 mL container of Windex® and its retail-ready package to contain 12 x 765 mL containers.
Student career fair and awards ceremony