Supporting Collaborative Innovation in Higher Education Through Mitacs - the Role of Career Education Educators

April 14, 2022, 12:00 - 1:00 PM

About Mitacs:

Present in 117 higher education institutions in Canada, Mitacs powers research & development creation by connecting private sector, not-for-profits, hospitals, and municipalities with the best post-secondary institutions to solve organizational challenges — in Canada and internationally.

For 20 years, Mitacs has funded more than 47,000 innovative research projects, created job opportunities for graduate students, and helped companies reach their goals, achieving results that have bolstered the Canadian economy and impact.

Webinar Description:

  • Present how Mitacs promotes career development in higher education across Canada
  • Present Mitacs programming and opportunities for students in higher academic institutions
  • Present success case stories of partnerships between Mitacs and universities
  • Present success case stories of Mitacs of the role of career educators in ensuring students benefit from Mitacs funding.



Daniel Campos Caramori works as Business Development Director at Mitacs, where he helps funding collaborative innovation projects between Canadian industry and academic institutions with the goal of advancing R&D and commercialization practices of Canadian companies, municipalities, hospitals, and NGOs.

Daniel has a background in international trade, government relations, entrepreneurship, and not-for-profit management spanning six countries. He also held leadership and advisory roles in international development programs, advising industry leaders and governments in creating policies to ensure the development of an industry-ready workforce. Daniel also oversaw the recruitment of +4000 youth for projects related to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.