2015 second prize winner of the CST Inspired Minds Learning Project
CST Consultants has partnered with Career Trek to help make post-secondary education more accessible for low-income families.
The cost of minor hockey in Canada - FAN 590
Peter Lewis chats with the FAN 590 about the skyrocketing price tag associated with hockey and what parents can do about it.
The results from our second annual Beyond the Blue Line survey paint a concerning picture: parents are still going into debt to keep their kids in hockey. Read what our very own Peter Lewis has to say on the topic.
A travelling archaeology class in Saskatchewan is vying for one of our grants in the CST Inspired Minds Project - read about the great work they're doing!
Our very own Martha Turner shares her insights with the Huffington Post on why not-for-profits should keep forging on with their great ideas.
This Thanksgiving, we teamed up with two students to surprise their parents and thank them for saving up for their education. Check out their reactions in this post on BuzzFeed- we guarantee you'll start tearing up!
We've partnered with Canadian Living to create some great content for parents. From saving for your child's future to the ins and outs of RESPs, it's all available here! Check it out.
Our RESP expert shares his tips on how to start saving for your child's future this September.
The Moose Jaw Herald Times talks to our VP Peter Lewis about parents' spending and saving habits.
We took a look at Canadians' spending habits during the back-to-school season and the results may surprise you.
What job will you have in the future? - Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail's Jared Lindzon profiles our Inspired Minds initiative and chats with some of our experts.
Andrew Gray, director of the Montreal Children's Choir, talks to the Montreal Gazette about how he plans to use the funds won in the CST Insprid Minds Learning Project.
Innovative literacy program pays off for Sandowne school - The Campbell River Mirror
The Campbell River Mirror profiles one of our $5,000 winners in the CST Inspired Minds Learning Project.
Metro Ottawa highlights how Camp Ten Oaks is expanding thanks to funding from the CST Inspired Minds Learning Project.
One of the winners of our Inspired Minds Learning Project competition was profiled in the Peterborough Examiner.
Fast Company profiles 10 of the jobs from our Careers 2030 website.
The Roots of Empathy program is one of the ideas vying for funding from the CST Inspired Minds Learning Project.
The Lincoln public library wants to upgrade its technology, but it needs the community to rally behind the cause.
One of the entries in the CST Inspired Minds Learning Project competition is pushing for public votes.
Details about our partnership with Canadian Living were featured on Media in Canada's website.
News of Careers 2030 has spread south of the border! NBC News mentions some of our job descriptions and predictions for the future.
Learn about the jobs you might be applying for in 10-15 years with this recap of the Inspired Minds project on Golden Girl Finance.
Generation Next – Canadian Living
We’re thrilled to share Canadian Living’s one-page feature on the CST Inspired Minds program from their June issue. Click on the image below to view the full article, and click here to view an adapted version of the online piece.
Jobs of the future? - 24 Hours Toronto & Vancouver / The Toronto Sun
24 Hours and the Toronto Sun have both published a one-piece spread on the Inspired Minds Careers 2030 program. To view the print coverage, you can click on the image below.
The Financial Post also picked up Business Insider's piece about CST's Careers 2030 project.
9 futuristic jobs we could see by 2030 - Business Insider
The Business Insider team spoke to CST's Vice President Martha Turner about 9 jobs that might be available by 2030.
Canada AM spoke to CST's Peter Lewis about some of the jobs we've included in our digital job fair of the future.
Job market in 2030 - CTV.ca
A piece on CTV.ca talks about how garbage designers and robot counsellors may be jobs of the future.
10 jobs from our digital job fair of the future were recently featured on Mashable.com.
Our Vice President Martha Turner talks to CTV News about CST’s Inspired Minds project and the jobs of the future.
Metro News shares details about CST's Inspired Minds project.
Our Vice President Peter Lewis and Jayar La Fontaine of Idea Couture talk to the hosts of the Global Morning Show about the jobs of 2030.
The Huffington Post shares 10 jobs that might exist in 10-15 years, courtesy of our Careers 2030 program.
YAHOO! Finance highlights some of the work we’ve created as part of the CST Inspired Minds initiative.
Several of the job descriptions from the CST Inspired Minds project were also featured on Workopolis.
The Toronto Star interviews our Vice President Martha Turner about the jobs of the future, which may include a garbage designer.
According to Momstown.ca, the hot jobs of the future might not be the ones you’d expect.
Our recent survey finds that the vast majority of Canadians (90 per cent) say science, technology, math and engineering are the most important subjects needed to prepared students for future careers.
Our new project showcases what the future career landscape might look like.
Our Vice President Peter Lewis makes an appearance on Global News to talk RESPs and retirement savings.
Starting to save with an RESP early on has many benefits for your child's future.
As part of our Beyond the Blue Line program, we award the winning team from Fort Garry with their $10,000 prize.
In a blog entry for the Huffington Post Canada, CST Vice President Peter Lewis talks about how parents can save for their own retirement by putting money aside for their child’s education in an RESP.
Rather than just asking students to solve a business problem, CST executives traveled to Waterloo to provide feedback on presentations by one marketing class.
In the February issue of Financial Post magazine, CST's Peter Lewis explains why you need to treat RESPs like RRSPs and why CST's investment strategy is a winning one.
CST Scholarship Award winner Zoe Hunter was a guest on Maritime Morning Weekend on News 91.9 with Scott Simpson to discuss CST RESPs, scholarships and tips for students like herself to be debt-free! Listen to audio clip