Call for entries - Youth Digital Month 2023   

Press Release - Youth Digital Month (YDM) is back for a 4th edition from February 1 to March 5, 2023. This annual event is an opportunity to discover Quebec's digital literacy initiatives and to learn about the fields of the future. Institutions, schools, organizations and businesses are invited to join this collective movement and become collaborators.

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Communicated – Our Digital Youth Month (MNJ) is back for a 4th edition of the February 1 to March 5, 2023. This annual meeting of under 35 years old allows you to discover the Quebec's digital literacy initiatives and learn about the areas of the future.

Institutions, schools, organizations and businesses are invited to join this collective movement and to become collaborators by presenting activities and/or digital resources on the platform MNJ.QUEBEC.

In 2023, in order to make young people aware of a citizenship issue in the digital age that particularly affects them, the main theme of the Youth Digital Month will be: " privacy ".

"Youth Digital Month is the perfect opportunity to get a ton of information on digital topics. [...] Tech isn't just a hobby, it can also become a job and a career. 

- Jonathan le Prof, ambassador of the 2022 edition, visiting the program Moteur de recherche (Radio-Canada)

Click here to become a collaborator.

The benefits of the 2022 edition 

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Work, among others, with a youth clientele;
  • Represent an institution, an educational environment, an organization or a company established in Quebec;
  • To provide an activity that contributes to inclusion, equal opportunity and the development of digital and critical skills for young citizens;
  • Commit to promoting the main theme of "privacy" to raise awareness among young people (a media kit will be sent to employees following their registration).

Who is the Digital Youth Month for?

The event is aimed at the general public and, more specifically, at young people under 35 (children, teenagers and young adults) who wish to explore the possibilities of digital technology and develop their skills and knowledge.

What types of activities and resources can be presented (online or in person)?

Workshops and training - Conferences - Discovery - Exhibitions - Shows - Video games - Hackathon - Careers - Digital resources for youth - Digital resources for stakeholders and the general public

Dates to remember:

  • Mid-November: Beginning of the promotion of the activities ;
  • Week following the submission of your form : Confirmation of receipt and selection of the entry form;
  • January 15, 2023: To obtain a more advantageous visibility of your activities, we invite you to fill in the form before January 15;
  • January 18, 2023: Launch of the Youth Digital Month; 
  • February 1 - March 5: Activity delivery. In the case of a year-round program, the activity must take place at least in part within the DYM.

For the 4th edition, the Digital Spring is supported by the Youth Digital Month 2023 Committee represented by partner organizations that care about digital literacy issues in Quebec:

For any questions regarding the proposal of activities and resources, contact Raphaëlle Descary, Programming Coordinator:

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