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Entomologist Career Exploration Session (online)

Time: 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Entomologist session details:Insects and their allies are a major portion of the biodiversity of Earth and affect humankind in many ways. Entomologists document that diversity and try to understand and solve problems such as decline of certain beneficial insects, food webs in nature, or invasions of pests. Being an entomologist requires background and understanding of biology, geography, meteorology, data analysis, and applied sciences such as agriculture. Join Dr. Dan Johnson, from the University of Lethbridge, to find out more!


Each student needs to register in advance in order to receive a link to the virtual events. The deadline to register is 12:00 pm the morning of the event. Career Exploration Sessions are run as a Meeting on Microsoft Teams. Further instructions along with the link will be sent directly to the student(s).

University of Alberta Scholarships 101 online workshop

Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Hear from U of A expert advisors and learn tip and tricks for writing a strong scholarship application!

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Architect Career Exploration Session (online)

Time: 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Architect session details:Are you excited about shaping our physical surroundings to enhance experience, express the identity of the space and engage the community? How can the entire experience of a space flow from acoustic quality to physical comfort? Join Elizabeth Songer, principal architect of Songer Architecture, to find out more on what it means to be an architect as she draws on her extensive career experience with community and cultural centres, professional buildings, and performance spaces.

Each student needs to register in advance in order to receive a link to the virtual events. The deadline to register is 12:00 pm the morning of the event. Career Exploration Sessions are run as a Meeting on Microsoft Teams. Further instructions along with the link will be sent directly to the student(s).

Engineering the Program for You (virtual, U of C)

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Virtual - register for link

This virtual panel features brief presentations from department ambassadors, student teams and our leadership programs! They share insights into their own department and program helping you get an overview of the SSE and what stream works best for you.


Engineering for Humanity


If you are curious about the way engineers make the world a better place, eager to know how the biomedical field is changing with new engineer-driven technology, or interested in a nontraditional career path, this exciting new event series is for you!

The Schulich School of Engineering is pleased to invite students in Grades 10-12 to join us to learn about Engineering for Humanity Lecture Series.

Engineers develop technologies that connect people and communities, protect society from natural and unnatural disasters, turn waste into fuel, make cancer detection faster and more accurate, and much more. With the world’s challenges becoming increasingly complex, engineers are required to be more innovative, collaborative and empathetic than ever before.

The Engineering for Humanity event series explores how engineering solutions are developed around the world, and how engineering impacts our society and improves lives. You will interact with our current students to learn about their perspectives, including how internship, student clubs, and global and experiential learning opportunities enrich their experience and shape their goals. We are also inviting industry experts and researchers to share their findings and latest trends in the engineering world.

This year we will be offering a mix of in-person sessions and virtual events. To find out more and to register your attendance please follow the link below. All registrants who attend the events will be entered to win win a prize valued at least CAD$200. We will be announcing a winner in December and June!

Register now

Lethbridge College Open House

Time: All Day

Watch for more info at https://explorelc.ca/.

Women in Technology (in person, University of Calgary)

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: ENG 207, University of Calgary, 2500 University Dr NW, Calgary, AB T2N 1N4, Canada

Engineering for Humanity


If you are curious about the way engineers make the world a better place, eager to know how the biomedical field is changing with new engineer-driven technology, or interested in a nontraditional career path, this exciting new event series is for you!

The Schulich School of Engineering is pleased to invite students in Grades 10-12 to join us to learn about Engineering for Humanity Lecture Series.

Engineers develop technologies that connect people and communities, protect society from natural and unnatural disasters, turn waste into fuel, make cancer detection faster and more accurate, and much more. With the world’s challenges becoming increasingly complex, engineers are required to be more innovative, collaborative and empathetic than ever before.

The Engineering for Humanity event series explores how engineering solutions are developed around the world, and how engineering impacts our society and improves lives. You will interact with our current students to learn about their perspectives, including how internship, student clubs, and global and experiential learning opportunities enrich their experience and shape their goals. We are also inviting industry experts and researchers to share their findings and latest trends in the engineering world.

This year we will be offering a mix of in-person sessions and virtual events. To find out more and to register your attendance please follow the link below. All registrants who attend the events will be entered to win win a prize valued at least CAD$200. We will be announcing a winner in December and June!

Register now

CAREERS Skilled Trades and Internship Fair

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Lord Beaverbrook High School | Calgary Board of Education, 9019 Fairmount Dr SE, Calgary, AB T2H 0Z4, Canada





CAREERS Skilled Trades & Internship Fairs – Wednesday, November 30th 6:00 p.m. 

Calling all educators, students, and families! Join the CAREERS team at James Fowler High School to connect with local employers hiring student interns in a variety of occupation areas. Learn how internships can help students graduate high school and connect to post-secondary and career pathways.



REGISTER HERE

CAREERS Skilled Trades and Internship Fair

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Notre Dame High School, 11900 Country Village Link NE, Calgary, AB T3K 6E4, Canada





CAREERS Skilled Trades & Internship Fairs – Wednesday, November 30th 6:00 p.m. 

Calling all educators, students, and families! Join the CAREERS team at James Fowler High School to connect with local employers hiring student interns in a variety of occupation areas. Learn how internships can help students graduate high school and connect to post-secondary and career pathways.



REGISTER HERE