WIM/WiN is a great place to network and share experiences with other people who work in the mining industry, both underground and above-ground. It’s a venue to hear stories on workplace best practices and career development within the mining sector. Most of all its a great opportunity to connect with people in the industry in a social and professional environment.
WIM/WiN SK Announces 2018 Post Secondary Scholarship Program
Saskatoon 21-March-2018: Women in Mining/Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan (WIM/WiN-SK) is pleased to announce the continuation of its post-secondary scholarship program. The program will provide three awards of $1,000: two awards to returning University students and one award to a student enrolled in Technical or Trades in Saskatchewan. The students will embody the values of diversity and leadership in the mining or nuclear industries.
The annual post-secondary scholarship program is an ongoing commitment of the organization in support of their renewed mission to “connect and inspire a diversified workforce to be fully engaged in the Saskatchewan mining and nuclear industries”. Chair Anne Gent said, “Helping women committed to obtaining an education and pursuing a career in our industry is one of many initiatives we are working on to create a more diverse and gender-balanced industry.”
WIM/WIN Saskatchewan Lunch & Learn Event – Building A Bullet Proof Reputation – April 25, 2018
Please join WIM/Win-SK for our April Lunch & Learn networking event!
In our increasingly competitive and technologically connected business world, it is more important than ever to take steps to control and manage your professional reputation both online and off. Client referrals, repeat business, judgement on your abilities and access to opportunities are hugely influenced by your reputation, but most people do not take the necessary steps to control the story that is being told. In this Lunch and Learn we will touch on a list of simple steps you can take to get your personal brand and professional reputation tuned up.
In Honour Of International Women’s Day
IM/WiN-SK would like to recognize the outstanding contribution and exceptional leadership of the following women:
- Alice Wong
- Pamela Schwann
- Tammy Van Lambalgen
- Veronique Loewen
WIM/WiN-SK Announces the Launch of the Inaugural Mine Your Potential Mentorship Program
Women in Mining and Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan Inc. (WIM/WiN-SK) has been a part of the Saskatchewan mining and nuclear scene since 2010. We provide our members with personal and professional development opportunities, contribute to knowledge and experience exchange among members and promote career interest in the Saskatchewan mining and nuclear industries and maintain a dialogue with the public to promote factual awareness about the contribution to people and society from minerals, mining, nuclear and radiation technologies.