BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//132.216.177.160//NONSGML kigkonsult.se iCalcreator 2.18// BEGIN:VEVENT UID:20210511T021357EDT-8612vBI5i0@132.216.177.160 DTSTAMP:20210511T061357Z DESCRIPTION:Get the inside scoop on the jobs you want!\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Federal Government Edition\n\n Canadian Workplace Culture edition (May 12)\n \n \n Green Careers Edition\n \n \n STEM Edition\n \n Missed previous events? Industry Insider - Recorded Episodes\n\n INDUSTRY INSIDER - FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EDITION\n\n Industry Insider: A Closer Look at Parks Canada\n Ma rch 17\, 2021\n 2:30 pm -3:30 pm\n\n Join this presentation to learn all abo ut Parks Canada and what they do across the country. In addition\, Michell e will go over a wide variety of student and youth employment opportunitie s offered by Parks Canada\, and the “where” and “how” to apply for these a mazing jobs.\n\n SPEAKER:\n\n Michelle Pelletier-Roy\n Advisor\, Student and Youth Programs\, Staffing Centre of Expertise\n Parks Canada / Government o f Canada\n\n Industry Insider: A Closer Look at Global Affairs Canada\n Marc h 25\, 20211:30 pm - 2:30 pm\n RSVP through myFuture\n\n Curious about caree rs in international affairs within the Canadian federal government? Join u s for a conversation with public servants from Global Affairs Canada to ge t the inside scoop on careers at GAC.\n\n SPEAKERS:\n\n François Picard\, He ad of Cooperation of Canada’s international assistance programs in Mali an d Niger\n\n Graduated from McGill University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Com merce (Major in General Management\, Concentrations in Organizational Stra tegy and International Business). Hired in 2006 at the Canadian Internatio nal Development Agency as a Grants & Contributions Procurement Officer in Africa Branch through the Post Secondary Recruitment Process. Occupied 8 d ifferent positions over 15 years\, all within CIDA or GAC in various capac ities. Travelled for work to Senegal (x2)\, Mozambique\, Mali\, Indonesia\ , Tanzania (x2). Posted to Kandahar\, Afghanistan from 2010 to 2011 as a W hole-of-Government Contracts Officer. Posted to Bamako\, Mali in 2018 as D eputy Director in charge of the governance and health sectors. Since June 2020\, Head of Cooperation of Canada’s international assistance programs i n Mali and Niger. Lived in 6 countries\, visited over 40. Speak and write 3 languages\n\n Andrew Ng\, Deputy Director (India\, Bangladesh\, Nepal\, B hutan)\n\n Andrew Ng is a Canadian foreign service officer\, currently depu ty director responsible for Canadian foreign policy with India\, Banglades h\, Nepal and Bhutan. He has previously served in various political\, econ omic and public affairs capacities in postings to Pakistan\, Afghanistan\, Nigeria\, the United States and Mali. Most recently\, he managed Canada’s relationship with Mali and the resident UN stabilization mission as polit ical counselor during Canada’s peacekeeping mission. Before joining govern ment\, he was a junior fellow in the Democracy and Rule of Law Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He graduated summa cum lau de from Cornell University in Government.\n\n Valerie Vachon\, Deputy Manag ement and Consular Office – HR & Protocol\, Islamabad\n\n Industry Insider: A Closer look at Correctional Service Canada\n April 21\, 2021\n 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm\n RSVP through myFuture\n\n Interested to learn more about what it i s like to work at Correctional Services Canada? Hear what Anne-Marie Clout ier has to say about her experience as a Correctional Program Officer and Behavioural Counsellor and have her respond to your questions.\n\n SPEAKER: Anne-Marie Cloutier\n\n Bio: Anne-Marie Cloutier has been a correctional pr ogram officer for inmates at the Federal Training Center-6099 for nearly 5 years. She holds a bachelor's degree in sexology and has worked in the mi nistry (Correctional Service Canada) for over 13 years. Her experience is in intervention\, in a helping relationship. Before working with male inma tes\, she worked at the Joliette Institution\, with female inmates as a be havioral counsellor. As a correctional program officer\, she works with in mates who have committed crimes of a sexual nature\, but also with those w ho have committed violent or drug-related crimes.\n\n Industry Insider: Can adian Workplace Culture edition\n May 12\, 2021\n 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm\n RSVP th rough myFuture\n\n Are you curious to learn more about Canadian workplace c ulture? Then this talk is for you.\n Matt Adolphe\, an international commun ication expert\, will share some unwritten rules of the Canadian workplace and address:\n • why certain behaviours don’t work in the Canadian workpla ce\n • what your boss really means by “can you do me a favor?”\n • why it’s not all about work at work\, and\n • how building relationships can lead to a promotion\n\n SPEAKER:Matt Adolphe\, B.A.\, M.A.\n Matt Adolphe teaches w riting and communication courses at various post-secondary institutes\, in cluding the University of Calgary\, Mount Royal University\, and SAIT. At SAIT\, he teaches a variety of leadership and professional communication c ourses online. He holds a B.A. in Indigenous Studies and History form Laur entian University\, and an M.A. in Communication Management from the Unive rsity of South Australia. Beyond teaching\, his professional life has been punctuated with experiences as a political organizer\, volunteer\, career coach\, consultant\, actor\, radio DJ\, studio musician\, speech writer\, and media presenter (the first English speaking TV news presenter in Maca o). Moreover\, he is the author of two books: 'Canadian Workplace Culture: Mastering the Unspoken Rules' and 'Would You Hire You?' Both books are ai med at helping people achieve success in their careers.\n\n INDUSTRY INSIDE R - GREEN CAREERS EDITION\n\n Industry Insider - A Closer Look at Science A dvisor Careers at DFO (Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada) \n\n Marc h 16\, 2021\n 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm\n RSVP through myFuture\n\n Interested to kno w what a Science Advisor does? Come hear Amanda Winegardner\, Senior Scien ce Advisor with the Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has to say. Amanda w ill talk about her job\, working at DFO and the Government of Canada and w ill answer your questions.\n\n SPEAKER:\n\n Amanda Winegardner\n Bio: Amanda is a Senior Science Advisor with the Environment and Biodiversity Science Branch at Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO)\, where she works on files rel ated to freshwater fish habitat and contaminants in aquatic systems. She c ompleted her PhD in biology at McGill University and has a BSc and MSc fro m the University of Guelph. She has worked for the Government of Canada si nce 2016\, starting first in Iqaluit\, Nunavut and is now based in Ottawa\ , Ontario.\n\n \n The Zoom meeting link will be sent to all registrants in a dvance of the course start time. You will need to sign-in to the event usi ng your McGill email address.\n\n Industry Insider - A Closer look at Susta inability & Climate Change Careers \n\n March 16\, 2021\n 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm \n RSVP through myFuture\n\n Interested in learning more about Sustainabilit y & Climate Change Careers? Come hear what Harshita Bisht\, Biodiversity a nd Climate Change Consultant at UN Environment Programme\, has to say.\n\n SPEAKER:\n\n Harshita Bisht\n\n Bio: An environmental sustainability profess ional with 8+ years of research\, project management\, business developmen t and consulting experience in climate change\, sustainability and social innovation sector. Extensively involved in analytical research\, monitorin g and evaluation\, knowledge development and technical advisory for integr ating climate change and sustainability products/services in government po licies\, corporate strategies and investments in Canada\, UK and South Asi a. Experience in developing risk assessment frameworks and climate resilie nce strategies\, implementing institutional and governance reforms and bui lding partnerships for marketing sustainability services across developing and developed countries. Managed relationships with government\, banks\, green funds\, universities\, private sector\, NGOs\, networks\, multilater al organizations\, and think tanks.https://www.linkedin.com/in/harshita-bi sht-56342527/\n\n The Zoom meeting link will be sent to all registrants in advance of the course start time. You will need to sign-in to the event us ing your McGill email address.\n\n Industry Insider - A Closer Look at Crea ting your Career in Sustainability\n\n March 17\, 2021\n 11:00 am - 12:00 pm \n RSVP through myFuture\n\n Are you passionate about changing the world? Wo uld you like to create a career where you are paid to do just that? If so\ , please join us on March 17 to hear from two McGill alumni who work full time as sustainable changemakers.\n\n SPEAKERS:\n\n David Van Seters (class of ’82) is a serial entrepreneur who has established 5 green businesses an d will share his thoughts on how you can become a sustainable business ent erpreneur.\n\n Emily McGill (class of ‘12) has founded\, co-leads\, and hel d roles in organizations from micro to multi-national\, tackling issues wi th a sustainability lens from urban food supply to waste prevention and co llaborative governance. She will share\n\n The Zoom meeting link will be se nt to all registrants in advance of the talk start time. All confirmed att endees will receive a copy of the slides directly following the course. Yo u will need to sign-in to the event using your McGill email address.\n\n In dustry Insider: A Closer Look at Parks Canada\n March 17\, 2021\n 2:30 pm -3 :30 pm\n RSVP through myFuture\n\n Join this presentation to learn all about Parks Canada and what they do across the country. In addition\, Michelle will go over a wide variety of student and youth employment opportunities offered by Parks Canada\, and the “where” and “how” to apply for these ama zing jobs.\n\n SPEAKER:\n\n Michelle Pelletier-Roy\n Advisor\, Student and Yo uth Programs\, Staffing Centre of Expertise\n Parks Canada / Government of Canada\n\n Industry Insider - Career Conversations with Environmental Profe ssionals\n March 18\, 2021\n 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm\n RSVP through myFuture\n\n Com e listen to how these professionals got their careers started and what the y do in the environmental field. Learn how they transitioned from school t o work\, and how they built their careers around making a difference. Ask questions and find out what paths might be open to you!\n\n SPEAKERS:\n\n An drew Stein: Research Agent\, City of Montréal\, Public Works Dept of the L aSalle Borough\n\n Bio: A two-time Mac alum\, Andrew works for the City of Montréal in urban forestry and shoreline management. He contributes to pro jects such as systematic tree pruning\, shoreline audits\, and ecological restauration all through the lenses of climate change\, ecosystem services \, and systems thinking. (MSc 2018 IWRM (Integrated Water Resource Managem ent)\; BSc 2017 McGill School of Environment (Ag & Env\, Specialism Land S urface Processes and Environmental Change)\, minor Philosophy\n\n Michael W illiams: Director of Sales\, Triumvirate Environmental\n\n Bio: 21 year emp loyee of Triumvirate Environmental. Originally from Massachusetts spent fi rst 10 years in Massachusetts doing field work and operations management\, spent the second 10 years in Maryland managing our top clients while help ing manage and grow the business in the regional office. Currently the dir ector of sales responsible for developing our newer technical sales repres entatives in the company. (BA Biology / Environmental Science)\n\n Simon Na ylor: Vice President\, Viridis\n\n Bio: Simon has more than twenty years’ e xperience in recycling residual waste from municipalities\, agribusiness a nd pulp and paper industries. In 2009\, he founded Viridis Environnement\, which quickly became the leader of it’s field with over $ 15 million in s ales and around 50 employees\, Viridis now recycles 600\,000 tons of organ ic waste per year. Highly involved in his community\, Simon sits on severa l boards of Directors\, give many conferences on waste recycling and colla borate with Quebec Government on several policies and regulation in enviro nment. (Agronomist B.Sc. and Masters in Biological Sciences)\n\n Steven Pow ers: B.S Chemistry-Boston College\, General Manager\, Triumvirate Environm ental (Canada)\, Inc.\n Bio: Steven Powers is the General Manager of Triumv irate Environmental (Canada) Inc. Steve has over 30 years of technical haz ardous waste and environmental management experience. Of that\, 25 years h as been involved with the management of hazardous waste transfer\, storage and disposal facilities. Steve has been a member of Triumvirate since 200 8. Previous to being a member of the Triumvirate team\, Steve was VP of Op erations for Jones Environmental in MA and Operations Manager for Laidlaw Environmental Services/ Safety-Kleen in North Andover\, MA.\n\n The Zoom me eting link will be sent to all registrants in advance of the course start time. You will need to sign-in to the event using your McGill email addres s.\n\n INDUSTRY INSIDER - STEM EDITION\n\n Industry Insider - A Closer Look at Machine Learning Engineer at Apple \n March 18\, 2021\n 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm \n RSVP through myFuture\n\n Wondering what a Machine Learning Engineer at A pple does? Then what our guest Erik Partridge has to share will be of part icular interest to you.  \n\n SPEAKER:\n\n Erik Partridge\n\n Bio: Erik Partr idge is a machine learning engineer at Apple. He will talk about his caree r experience\, especially as someone without a formal computer science edu cation. Erik has worked in a number of domains of machine learning\, rangi ng from computer vision to recommendation and natural language.\n\n The Zoo m meeting link will be sent to all registrants in advance of the course st art time. All confirmed attendees will receive a copy of the slides direct ly following the course. You will need to sign-in to the event using your McGill email address.NOTE: All registrants will be sent a link to the reco rding if they cannot make it to the live session\n\n NOTE: All registrants will be sent a link to the recording if they cannot make it to this live s ession\n\n The Zoom meeting link will be sent to all registrants in advance of the course start time. You will need to sign-in to the event using you r McGill email address\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n\n DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20210301 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20210512 SUMMARY:Industry Insider (March-May) 2021: A Look at Careers URL:https://www.mcgill.ca/caps/channels/event/industry-insider-march-may-20 21-look-careers-328672 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR