Next September (2012) Ryerson is hosting ESSCO’s President’s Meeting for Executives from ESSCO and other engineering societies. Applications for positions to assist in planning this event are now open. For more information, see the application form to the right.
For those interested in what happened (and especially those who are interested in conferences and want to see what a report is like), here are the delegate reports from the RESS VPX and President of the Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario President’s Meeting held this past September at the University of Windsor.
The conference application form has been updated. Anyone who has already submitted theirs does not need to submit another, so don’t worry if you have. See this post for more information. Act soon, because deadlines are near.
The Canadian Federation of Engineering students, representing 60,000 engineering students across Canada, is asking for feedback from students on their programmes during the accreditation changes. See their release here.
For anyone interested in attending conferences, the application form has changed. If you already submitted your application, this change does not affect you. If you haven’t applied yet, the form in the previous post is updated, so use it.
For those starting to plan their careers, the Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario (ESSCO) suggests you take a look at a site on TalentEgg made specifically for engineering students. It gives advice and information about careers in engineering, success stories, and profiles of some of the big engineering companies in Canada. It’s never too early or to late to start planning, so take a look.
Want to attend conferences with your peers from universities around Canada? Registration is now open for a number of upcoming conferences. Submit this application form to RESS with a month of notice before any or all of those that interest you. Start soon because the first conference is mid-November.