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News Notice
April 4, 2024
Volunteer Applications are Now Open for the 2024/2025 Engineer in Residence (EIR) Program
Engineers of Tomorrow is now welcoming applications for the Engineer in Residence Program for 2024/2025. The EIR program is an engineering outreach program, reaching elementary and high school students. The volunteer EIR brings real-life dimension to the curriculum, using hands-on projects, presentations, and other activities in the classroom. By sharing their personal stories and passion for their profession, the EIR's presence in the classroom puts a face to engineering. For more information and to apply, please see the news story.

Professional Geoscientists Ontario: 2024 Virtual Symposium - April 16 - 25, 2024
Professional Geoscientists Ontario invites you to join their virtual symposium on April 16, 18, 23, and 25, 2024. For the full event program and information on presentations and speakers planned, please see the event listing.

Did You Know? - Council Meeting Minutes
Did you know Council meeting minutes are posted regularly to the Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba's website? You can access minutes from as far back as 2008 and learn more about what Council does. See the Council Minutes webpage for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities
Registration Committee
The Registration Committee is a committee of Council, responsible for conducting the final review of applicants and interns moving forward towards final registration. The committee is currently looking for professional engineers, specifically in the areas of civil, structural, geotechnical, mechanical, or electrical engineering to participate in monthly meetings to discuss assigned files, issues, and policy development. Application deadline for this opportunity is Friday, April 12, 2024. For full details about this position, please review the full call for volunteers.

Appeal Committee
The Appeal Committee fulfills one of the core functions of Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba, as mandated by the Act and by-laws. Appeal Committee members determine, as a panel, whether to uphold, modify, or overturn decisions made by the Registration Committee, Registrar, or Investigation Committee, by hearing appeals made by applicants regarding registration decisions, and complainants regarding decisions made by the Investigation Committee. The committee is looking for additional professional members (P.Eng. and P.Geo.) who have ten or more years of professional practice experience, have knowledge of the Act and by-laws, and some knowledge of the judicial process to join the committee. For full details about this position please review the full call for volunteers.

Upcoming Events
How to Apply & Competency-Based Assessment (CBA) Session - April 23, 2024
Are you looking to apply for professional registration or licensure with Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba, need more information, or have questions? This session will be of interest to prospective applicants, new graduates, current interns, validators, assessors, and anyone interested in learning about how to apply for registration and Competency-Based Assessment (CBA). For more information and to register, please see the event listing.

Climate Risk Institute Courses - April 25 - May 24, 2024
This spring, extend your learning on topics including infrastructure climate risks, the globally-recognized PIEVC risk assessment protocol, risk management and communication, climate law, and climate smart policy and procurement. These e-learning courses, led by industry leaders and experts, follow a hybrid model, blending the best of both self-paced learning and live, interactive sessions with experts and peers. For the full course program and to register, please see the news story.