16th Annual Engineering Challenge Day of Caring – Friday, September 16, 2022.
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What is the Engineering Day of Caring?
“The Engineering Day of Caring is a collaborative initiative that provides volunteers with the
opportunity to work on a sustainable and high-impact community project through supporting a
United Way Funded Partner. Volunteers get to see and experience first-hand, how their
contributions will impact those in our community.”
16th Annual Engineering Day of Caring Project Location:
- A parent or caregiver who’s looking to learn more about balancing your career with caregiving duties?
- Looking for resources to better manage parental leave transition and working parenthood challenges?
- Looking to expand your professional network and mingle with your fellow students/alumni?
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, then mark your calendars, come hungry and get ready to hear from no other than Pros&Babes on how to transition from career performer to caregiver.
ENGGYAC and Pros&Babes are super excited to host a FREE hybrid networking/workshop event on July 11, 2022!
Location: In person (UofA) / Virtual (Zoom)
Time: Mixer (6:30PM-7:30PM) / Workshop (7:30PM-9:00PM)
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Engineering Career Presentations to Edmonton Public Schools (Ongoing)
The ENGGYAC community sub-council is excited to announce an exciting opportunity to work with the Edmonton Public School Board (EPSB) for their Career Pathways Program. This is an exciting opportunity to talk to kids in Grades k to 12 through virtual classroom visits and share your passion and knowledge as an Engineer, together with the classroom teacher.
You will prepare a 30-60 minute classroom interactions linked to one of the 5 pathways:
- Arts, Design and Communication
- Business and Information Technology,
- Construction, Manufacturing and Transportation,
- Health, Education and Human Services, and
- Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences.
Through the Community Marketplace teachers can request sessions for their classrooms and a Community Marketplace Coordinator helps with connecting your area of expertise with the students’ learning material. Furthermore, they assist with the scheduling process.
ENGGYAC will provide you with presentation templates and additional assistance throughout the process.