We may love Halloween, but we have no scares for you — no tricks, all treats! This week is one to celebrate startups and STEM! Here are our top picks for six not-to-miss events this week:
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2) 10th Annual Thomas W. Payzant School on the Move Prize Ceremony
Tuesday, October 27, 8am — 10am
Boston Harbor Hotel | 70 Rowes Wharf, The Wharf Room | Boston
EdVestors’ School on the Move Prize is Boston’s premier annual award for public schools and is a coveted honor among teachers and school leaders across our city.
The Boston Startup Job Fair aims to connect talented job seekers with the best Boston-based startups. The event is largely run by volunteers looking to foster a thriving startup community and to raise awareness about startup jobs in Boston.
The MassChallenge Awards Ceremony is the grand finale of the Boston startup accelerator program, shining a spotlight on the world’s most promising entrepreneurs.
In 2012, the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce revived the Ten Outstanding Young Leaders (TOYL) Awards to continue the tradition of honoring Greater Boston’s current and future leaders.
The TOYL awards were presented by the Boston Jaycees from 1952 to 2006 to identify and celebrate the region’s young leaders. Since its inception, more than 500 young leaders have been honored for their professional, personal, and civic commitment to improving the quality of life within our community. Past recipients include such diverse figures as President John F. Kennedy, conductor Leonard Bernstein, business leader Jack Connors, Jr., and community advocate Carol Fulp.
The Catalyst Awards event is an annual recognition of outstanding leadership, both individual and institutional, in advancing the mission of Science Club for Girls to foster excitement, self-confidence and science literacy in girls, particularly from minority and low-income communities, by maximizing meaningful interactions with women mentors in STEM.
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