Across Canada, there are organizations that provide networking and mentoring opportunities to apprentices. These organizations provide information, networking and mentoring opportunities, typically for a specific sector or trade.
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Established in 2013 to serve as a primary source of feedback about how well Syncrude is delivering on its commitments to First Nations and Métis communities. The group raises awareness of Aboriginal culture at Syncrude through an Aboriginal Awareness Day.
One of the goals of the association is to work with existing training centers to develop journeypersons and increase certification levels.
A non-profit society dedicated to supporting women in the BC energy sector. Activities include industry sessions, workshops and keynote speaker events.
Programs offering hands-on learning opportunities, give exposure to new career pathways, and introduce young women to female role models.
The Women in Construction committee raises awareness and promotes women working in construction. They offer support to women employed in or exploring construction careers by offering mentorship and networking events.
A membership-based society that promotes, supports and empowers women in the energy sector. The organization hosts industry networking sessions, skills-building sessions and events to support community organizations.
Facilitates the success of women in Canada’s construction-related fields by offering a variety of programs and services.
Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology.