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Geoscience Currents Discussion Webinar:
Canadian Exploration- High Demands for the Future Workforce


Join us to listen to the following speakers discuss careers in Canadian mineral exploration:

Dr. Martha Roberts, from MiHR, will discuss labour market findings from the exploration study “Unearthing Possibilities”.

Scott Jobin-Bevans, from PDAC, will speak about what’s happening on the ground in the minerals exploration sector, including what PDAC and S-IMEW are. What are the big changes coming up for companies? What’s exciting for new earth/geoscience graduates in the sector and why they should consider a career in minerals exploration?

Student Panel – Listen our student panel (April Bertrand, Blake Schreiner) discuss why they have chosen this educational path, what they find exciting about this field, and where they hope their careers will take them.

Melanie Sturk, from MiHR, will wrap up our discussion by introducing the Explore for More career resources.

After the presentations, we’ll have a question and answer session where webinar participants will be able to ask questions of the speakers.

This webinar has been co-organized with the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR)

Webinar co-sponsors:
Australian Institute of Geoscientists
Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada
Society of Economic Geologists, Inc.


Resources to download:

Ramp-UP: A Study on the Status of Women in Canada's Mining and Exploration Sector

Unearthing Possibilities: Human Resources Challenges and Opportunities in the Candian Mineral Exploration Sector

Explore for More! - information about Mining Careers from the MIHR

MIHR Virtual MineMentor Program



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