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 Saskatchewan Lunch & Learn Event: SIIT – What They are About, Their Vision, Mission and Growth Strategy – February 7, 2018
Please join WIM/Win-SK for our February Lunch & Learn networking event!
We welcome our speaker Riel Bellegarde, President & CEO of the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, who will be presenting the the theme SIIT – What They are About, Their Vision, Mission and Growth Strategy.
Stats Canada predicts that by 2036, one in five people in Saskatchewan will be Indigenous. Join Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) President & CEO Riel Bellegarde to discuss: the opportunities and challenges ahead to close the education and wage gaps between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Saskatchewan, what that means for our economy, and how after 40 years in operation SIIT is well positioned to help.
WIM/WiN SK Announces 2017 Post Secondary Scholarship News Release – Sept 25, 2017
Women in Mining and Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan Inc. (WIM/WiN-SK) is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2017 annual scholarships. The awards recognize two returning post-secondary students in Saskatchewan who embody the values of diversity and leadership in the mining and/or nuclear industries. We are pleased to announce the scholarship has been expanded to two recipients.e first step in a long process of moving past the existing bias and we thank those who have shared their experiences. WIM/WiN-SK wants to also emphasize that not all women have had these experiences.