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The Association office will be closed on Thursday, July 1, for Canada Day.
News Notice
June 24, 2021

Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Family Legacy Bursary Draw
EngGeoMB is now accepting applications for the 2021 Family Legacy Bursary Draw (formerly the Sons and Daughters Bursary Draw). Five bursary prizes are given to the children of Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba members. Applicants must be enrolled in first-year engineering or geoscience studies. The application deadline is September 1, 2021. For eligibility criteria and how to apply, see the news story.
The Continuing Competency Committee agreed to modify the targets of the ProDev program for the 2021 calendar year. These reductions are being made in recognition of the impact that COVID-19 health measures have had on the accessibility of professional development activities. For more details, see the news story.
EngGeoMB extends its gratitude to the practitioners who participated in the 2020 Practitioners Salary and Compensation Survey. The findings report is now available on the Salary Survey webpage.
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba will be partnering with Engineers of Tomorrow to pilot their Engineer-in-Residence (EIR) program in Manitoba for the 2021-2022 school year. EIR is an innovative, volunteer-based program dedicated to inspiring young people through pairing professional engineers, interns, and students with a local K-12 classroom. Monthly visits will offer experiential learning, real-world examples, and hands-on engaging engineering activities. To learn more about the program, how you can volunteer, and how your local school can take part, see the news story.
Professional Development Opportunities
The Nigeria Members Chapter invites those currently in the process of becoming an intern or professional engineer to a seminar to help them navigate the process. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn from members who have gone through the steps to earn their professional engineer designation. To register, see the event listing.
Bioscience Association Manitoba is offering an opportunity to 20 unemployed newcomers to attend technical training courses for careers in bioscience. A Scientific and Technical English Language (STEL) training program has been designed specifically for the bioscience sector, at no cost to individual participants. For more information, see the event listing.

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