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Attention Civil and Construction Management Students,
Have some of you recently secured a co-op position that requires completion of the ACI Level 1 Concrete Field Testing Technician course?
Please sign up as soon as possible, as space is limited.
The course will run in the CARSI Lab from May 1st to May 4th, 2017.
The cost is $420.00 CDN payable now or on the first day the class. Registration Forms are available in the Civil Co-op office (Room A1-28).
CTTAM’s Young Leaders Committee has developed a mentorship program. This program will help facilitate the progression from post-secondary education into the engineering technology industry by mentoring students and new graduates in career development and opportunities available post-graduation.
For more information regarding the mentorship program, please click here. If you are interested in becoming a Mentor for the upcoming term (December 2016 to April 2017), click here for the Mentor application. Please note that the deadline for applications is Wednesday, November 16, 2016.
This is a great opportunity to help CTTAM’s young professionals.
Mentor applicants must meet the following requirements for consideration:
• Must be a certified member in good standing with CTTAM (C.E.T., A.Sc.T., or C.Tech.)
• Must have a minimum of four (4) years of experience in the engineering technology industry
The role and responsibilities of a Mentor includes, but are not limited to:
1. Willingly and openly communicate and provide honest and constructive feedback to their Mentee(s) and to CTTAM Mentorship Program organizers
2. Encourage and guide their Mentee(s) to recognize, develop, and achieve their career goals
3. Advise their Mentee(s) regarding career paths and technical development opportunities within the engineering technology industry.
The success of the Mentorship Program is contingent on active involvement, and we hope that you consider participating.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at YLC@cttam.com.
Michael Turko, C.E.T. & Michelle Amigo, C.E.T.
Young Leaders Committee
The GIS Project Presentations are scheduled for Thursday, April 28th, 2016 from 9:00am-11:50am in A4-06 Lecture Theatre, 4th floor of A Building at the Notre Dame Campus.
The Geographic Information Systems faculty at Red River College is currently organizing the presentation of the GIS term 2 practicum projects to be held at Red River College, Notre Dame Campus. The Advanced Diploma GIS Technology students together with a partner in industry, academics, or government have been working on a 160 hour GIS project from January 4 – April 22, 2016. The students have designed, implemented, and executed a GIS project free of charge for their project partner during that period to gain experience and hone their GIS skills.
The GIS Project Presentations is the completion of the term 2 GIS practicum projects. Each student will provide a 15 minute presentation on their project together with a poster. Partners and anyone interested are encouraged to attend. If you have other parties that may be interested in attending, please feel free to forward this e-mail on to them.
Please RSVP me by noon on Monday, April 25th at firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate if you wish to attend and how many will be attending. Free parking will be provided for those in attendance, so please provide me with the number of parking spots and numbers attending. I have included a map of the Lecture Theater that we will be using for the presentations. For those in attendance, refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions.
Instructor, Civil Engineering Technology
Red River College
2055 Notre Dame Avenue, Room A2-32
Winnipeg, MB, R3H 0J9
Phone: (204) 632-2983
Fax: (204) 633-6075
As you are all aware, many students experience and express anxiety during their college life at RRC, and these forums are designed to open dialogue, educate, learn strategies and find out about resources.
Please see the two attached posters below for more information.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Red River College’s Annual Career Fair will be held on January 27th and 28th, 2016. The fair will be held at both the Notre Dame and Exchange District campuses. We encourage all students to attend and make the most out of this wonderful opportunity.
This is your chance to meet with various employers, find out what they do and figure out what skills and expertise you can bring to their company.
So please, update those cover letters and resumes prior to the event and prepare a list of questions you’d like to ask each employer, but most of all….Have fun and Good Luck!
The 16th Annual Holiday Harvest came to an end on Friday, December 11, 2016.
We had a record breaking year with the donations, thanks to the time and commitment from all students and staff members. (Clap! Clap! Clap!) Your influence and support makes a tremendous difference. As students, you’ve gained more than just a chance of winning a free breakfast. You just helped to build a sense of responsibility to help your community, and you worked together for a collective cause. You should be proud of your amazing accomplishment!
As mentioned previously, the academic classes who bring in the most donated goods are awarded with a delicious breakfast, along with the chair and dean.
This year, the winning classes are:
First Year – C4
Second Year – Municipal
Third Year – ***CMD***
Fourth Year – CMD
***CMD Third Year Students earned a breakfast because of their ingenious strategy. They managed to collect over $1200.00 in donations.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU goes out to:
• All of the students who so generously donated hamper items
• Robin for calling the Salvation Army for the Holiday Harvest families,
• Louise for collecting and tabulating the donations,
• Cody, Dylan, Denis, Margaret, Val, Louise, Patricia and NIcky for organizing the food hamper donations,
• Louise and Patricia for purchasing last minute perishables and missing gifts,
• Margaret and Carrol for letting us use their office space to store gifts and food items during the first half of December,
• Denis and Dylan for delivering the baskets to the families on Wednesday, December 16, 2015. The hampers were well received, and the families showed great appreciation.
Denis and Dylan were also sent off with warm hugs and best wishes, and the families asked them to pass on their gratitude to everyone involved in this act of kindness.
THANK YOU ALL FOR ANOTHER GENEROUS YEAR OF DONATING TO THOSE THAT ARE LESS FORTUNATE.
Here’s wishing each and every one of you a Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year!
“When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.”
– Maya Angelou