November 25, 2021 4pm AT, Halifax, NS: Transferable Skills from Academia to Industry: A group discussion led by women in the water resources and environmental engineering sector
Dalhousie University’s NSERC CREATE ASPIRE Program and the Canadian Water Resources Association – Atlantic Branch invites you to attend a panel discussion on Thursday, November 25th in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Join us for an interactive in-person Q&A session with three women working to make an impact in the environmental field in Atlantic Canada. Perspectives and insights gained from their academia and industry work experiences will be candidly shared through thought-provoking and open discussion. Complimentary light refreshments and snacks will be served. This event aims to provide a safe space for building professional networks in the environmental and water resources sector; all are welcome to attend this event.
Wendy Krkosek – Water Quality Manager, Halifax Water
Punchalee Clair – Project Manager, Golder Associates
Meggie Letman – Water Resources Engineer, Dillon Consulting Limited
Due to restrictions, capacity at the venue is limited. There is no cost to attend this event but we do need you to register in advance. Please RSVP and reserve your seat by November 22nd.
COVID-19 Protocol: proof of vaccination is required for entry as per Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 Protocol for Proof of Vaccination for Events and Activities. Please be prepared to show both your proof of vaccination and a piece of government photo-ID upon entry.[su_button url=”https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/transferable-skills-from-academia-to-industry-tickets-196495793207″ target=”blank” style=”flat” background=”#0070b2″ size=”10″ radius=”round”]Register for this free event by November 22! [/su_button]