Rio Tinto : Future of careers in the Mining Sector presentation & networking


Frank Dawson Adams Building (FDA), Room 3

What will careers in the future in the Mining Sector look like?

How will the minerals of the future prepare us for the market demand in the new economy? The mining industry is a key player of a low-carbon future.

Come find out – and meet the chief executive of Rio Tinto Energy & Minerals - Bold Baatar

Bold is pleased to meet with McGill’s Engineering and Data Science students on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 12pm in FDA 3 (Frank Dawson Adams Building, 3450 University Street, Room 3).

Bold will discuss latest innovations and what the next generation of mining looks like. He will also talk about why a career in mining can be a career for a sustainable future.

Rio Tinto is the largest mining and metals business operating in Canada, with more than 15,000 people working at over 35 sites and operations across the country.

From titanium in wind turbines to borates in crops and lithium for electric vehicles, the Energy & Minerals product group within Rio Tinto holds a diverse portfolio of raw materials that drive economic growth.

Rio Tinto has longstanding partnerships with communities, businesses, customers and institutions across Canada to create mutual value, improve our business performance and demonstrate responsible leadership in the sector.

Rio Tinto is recognised as one of Canada’s Top 100 employers, Montreal’s Top employers and Canada’s Top Employees for Young People.

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