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Volunteer Opportunities
Competency-Based Assessors - Multiple Positions
We are seeking additional assessors in all disciplines to join our growing group of volunteers for the Competency-Based Assessment System. This volunteer opportunity is ideal for someone who wants to give back to their profession but may be unable to commit to monthly meetings due to work commitments, travel restrictions, childcare, etc,, as your schedule is up to you! Assessors will review an applicant's submission, as well as the applicant's validators' feedback, and provide ratings for each of the competencies to determine if the applicant has progressed to a professional level of competency to gain licensure. Professional members receiving remuneration on a full-time or regular basis (greater than 300 hours per calendar year) in the practice of professional engineering and/or professional geoscience, reporting full ProDev, and have an awareness of current practice standards, employer contexts, and workplace cultures are encouraged to apply. For a detailed description of this opportunity and the volunteer requirements please see the full call for volunteers.

Keystone Professional Committee - Intern Writer
Do you have a passion for writing, have a strong writing background, are up to date on current events and news, and have a knowledge of modern tech? If so, the Keystone Professional Committee is looking for an intern to contribute as a writer for the Associations quarterly publication of The Keystone Professional. Interested interns are asked to please submit a resume and two pieces of writing for review to Diana Vander Aa, at Volunteer@EngGeoMB.ca.

Association Committees
Committees cover a wide variety of Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba functions. The Association is run by committees consisting of professional volunteers like you. To see more committee volunteer opportunities, please visit the volunteer opportunities page.

Association Chapters
Chapters are active and diverse, with many opportunities to lend a hand. To account for the size of the province, the Association organizes Manitoba into regional boundaries so that isolated groups of professionals may congregate for special events and advocate their regional voices. There are also newly established ethnic chapters organized by local communities. For more information about how to volunteer, please contact each chapter for details.

Looking for more volunteer opportunities? Click here to access a full listing of volunteer opportunities online.