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Toronto City Hall

100 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M5H 2N2


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Interactive leadership and networking conference for youth to discover opportunities and professionals in diverse fields.

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What is ICE?

ICE is an interactive leadership conference in which you can discover what interests you, converse with successful youth and professionals, and connect with others who have similar interests. From business to journalism to science to arts, ICE offers something for everybody. Furthermore, there will be a wide variety of workshops to help you gain different leadership skills that can be applied in the workplace. So whether you are testing the water to learn more about a certain field or are set on going into a particular direction, ICE will provide a great opportunity for you to take control of tomorrow. Something big is coming, and it’s ICE 2019 — something you definitely do not want to miss.

Key Features of ICE

  • Accomplished Speakers
  • Skill-Building Workshops
  • Opportunities Fair
  • Interactive Youth Panel Session
  • Networking Activities and Icebreakers

ICE empowers attendees through an exploration of future paths with an emphasis on changing the world. While our keynote speakers serve to inspire, our workshops provide valuable insight on career options and opportunities. Our interactive youth panel gives attendees the chance to meet and pose questions to successful youth leaders. During lunch, attendees are able to visit local NPOs at our Opportunities Fair, learn about upcoming initiatives, and seek out opportunities for personal development. Icebreaker activities will be integrated into the day to promote networking.

We Promise

  • Inspiring Speakers
  • Engaging Workshops
  • Limitless Opportunities
  • Broad Networking
  • Once in a Lifetime Experience

STEAM is one of our three major themes for this conference. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math and our workshops structured around this will teach students valuable skills needed in these fields and will help provide new perspectives and networking opportunities with other future leaders near you. STEAM has recently got a lot of attention and there are multiple initiatives that encompass STEAM, such as Robotics, various symposiums, SYNAPSE, etc, but ICE will provide a unique environment which will allow others to grow that are interested in these fields. So come out, meet people who love the same things you do, and find yourself.

Business is a growing field with so many different roads to go down and what better place to explore than at ICE. We will also have workshops that are Social Activism and journalism themed. Want to change the world? Meet others that have the same goals and same passion and drive at this conference. FCSS-FESC, a student-led organization, knows what you want because we are your voice! With our amazing partners, we will come together to provide a conference unlike any other with everything that you need. Find yourself this year, at ICE, and make long lasting friends. ICE - the next big thing is here, don't miss out the chance to be a part of it. What will your story be?


Is there a dress code/attire requirements?

Not necessarily. We want you to be comfortable at ICE, but we do recommend wearing business casual.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Yes. This event is only open to secondary school students (grades 9-13), and we may ask you to provide identification if necessary in order to ensure that ICE is a safe environment for all attendees. We recommend you bring a piece of school-issued photo ID. If you do not have a student ID, then any other identification showing your date of birth is acceptable.

What are my transit/parking options getting to the event?

Via the TTC

Yonge Line: Queen or Dundas

University/Spadina Line: St. Patrick or Osgoode

Bus: #6 Bay

Streetcar: #501 or 502 Queen; #505 Dundas

Via the Go Train

GO trains stop at Union Station. From there, either take the TTC or walk north along Bay Street to Queen Street.


There is limited parking available at the event, so we do recommend carpooling or using public transit. It's also a good way to reduce emissions and lower our carbon footprint.

What can/can't I bring to the event?

A must-have is a laptop for our amazing coding workshop. We also recommend bringing your own reusable water bottle. Other than that, you can definitely bring a great attitude! We can't wait to see everyone, and are looking forward to spending the day with you. Don't bring anything that you wouldn't take to school.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please send us an email at or call us at +1 (289) 408-8600.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Tickets are NON-TRANSFERRABLE. Attendees may not transfer their ticket to another individual, and we may ask for ID to verify that you are the ticket holder in some cases.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Absolutely not! On the day of the event, there will be two check-in and registration lines. ExpressLane™ and Standard.


If you bring your ticket on your phone (in the email, the Eventbrite app, or add it to Passbook/Apple Wallet) or bring a physically printed ticket, then you can use ExpressLane™. Checking in will take less than a minute, and you'll help save the environment.


If you do not wish to bring a physical ticket and cannot show it on a phone or mobile device, then you may have to wait in line for one of our staff to check you in. Please note, however, that the manual check in process is considerably slower than ExpressLane™.

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