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Enactus Canada With Bentley – iTwin4Good Virtual Program Developer Experience

Through the iTwin4Good Virtual Program Developer Experience, students will have the opportunity to combine their passion for environmental and social action, as well as their engineering and software development abilities to create infrastructure digital twins addressing a need in their community.

In a six-week structured program, you will learn to use the iTwin platform, receive coaching and pitching support from Directors at Bentley, and become an accredited iTwin Developer Associate! Once you are put into teams, over the next six weeks you will create an iTwin app that promotes positive environmental or social impact in your city or community. The highest performing teams of students have the opportunity to demo your team’s app to a panel of senior leaders within Bentley and take home prize money!

The program is open to ALL students regardless of degree discipline, and will run from June 3rd to July 15th. 
The deadline to apply is May 27, 2024!
(Applications from Students studying STEM degrees are encouraged)


June 3 – June 10, 2024
Training and Certification

June 10 – June 17, 2024
Training and Certification

June 17 – June 24, 2024
Data Collection and Cross-referencing / Field Research

June 24 – July 8, 2024
Project Development and Prototyping

July 8 – July 15, 2024
Pitch Preparation,  Project Presentation, and Bentley Judging Panel


Bentley Systems is THE infrastructure engineering software company providing innovative software to advance the world’s infrastructure–sustaining both the global economy and environment. Bentley’s industry-leading software solutions are used by professionals, and organizations of every size, for the design, construction, and operations of roads and bridges, rail and transit, water and wastewater, public works and utilities, buildings and campuses, mining, and industrial facilities. Empowering Sustainable Development Goals is our most strategic priority for the next decade.  

Bentley wants to empower students to show creativity and innovation by exploring the potential of Bentley’s iTwin technology platform to tackle challenges facing local communities. Digital Twins are virtual representations of the real world and enable effective decision-making and action by combining, visualizing and analysing data. Our planet and communities are facing a growing number of challenges and future engineers, software developers and agents for change will increasingly turn to digital twin technology to tackle them.