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Thursday, June 23, 2022. Women in Aerospace Canada Summer Social at Royal Woodbine Golf Club. Join Women in Aerospace for an evening of networking and socializing on the patio overlooking the golf course. We look forward to seeing everyone in person!!
Please join us for WIA Canada’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday June 22, 2022. Virtually from 12:00 – 1:00 pm Eastern
Are you a post-secondary student in STEM with plans to pursue a career in Aviation or Aerospace? Apply now for the RCAF Foundation Student Scholarship. Submission Deadline: May 9th, 2022
Women in Aerospace Canada is excited to announce that we will once again be offering Part I of the hugely successful Advancing Women in Aerospace Leadership Certificate Program. The four module program will be offered under two different options…
Aircraft “Design to Climate” Dr. Regina Pouzolz, Head of Sustainability, Deutsche Aircraft April 28, 2022
Aircraft emissions, climate impacts, climate metrics for use in aircraft design, mitigation options, regulatory and political constraints. Aircraft “Design to Climate” with Dr. Regina Pouzolz, Head of Sustainability, Deutsche Aircraft
The Ontario Aerospace Council is pleased to be able to offer FOUR scholarships for the 2022–2023 Academic Year for students going into or currently enrolled in an aerospace studies program at a post-secondary institution (college or university) in Ontario.
Application Deadline: April 25, 2022
The value of each scholarship is $2,500.00 CAD.
Join WIA for this exclusive opportunity to have a Leadership Lesson from Dr. Dave Williams an astronaut, aquanaut, jet pilot, ER doctor, scientist and CEO.
Linking industry leaders with key talent to support continued progress and development in the aerospace and similar industries. Call for MENTEES
International Women’s Day is on March 8th and we’re excited to be partnering with Service des délégués commerciaux | Trade Commissioner Service in France to bring you a panel of expert women in the aerospace and defence industries from both Canada and France. Discussions will be centered around the importance of #IWD2022, their paths and career choices, as well as a panel discussion with women from Airbus, the Embassy of Canada in France, MDA, MHI Canada Aerospace, Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Aeronautics at the University of Waterloo, and more, on why this year’s theme #BreakTheBias is so important.
First we’ll reflect on what you achieved in 2021 and then shape a compelling vision for the year ahead. Then we’ll explore seven career strategies drawn from the WIA-Europe “Women in C-Suite” White Paper that will help you reach your personal and professional goals.
Women in Aerospace Canada (WIA-Canada) is delighted to partner with Supply Chain Coach and Consultant Ana Lovera to provide this exclusive Supply Chain 101 Technical Series to our aerospace community: open to women and men in any role. Whether you are a supply chain professional or not, this unique program is designed to provide participants with an opportunity to gain knowledge on supply chain activities, especially as these have become more critical than ever in the post-pandemic business world and ongoing economic recovery efforts.
The main purpose of the Book Club is to be a forum for women in the Aerospace and other related sectors to discuss their experiences in the workplace. With the help of articles and one book, each session will tackle a particular topic including the importance of diversity, equality, the importance of women in the Aerospace (and other related sectors), and COVID’s impact on women in the workforce.
The Northern Lights Aero Foundation is excited to announce the opening of online applications for the third annual Captain Judy Cameron Air Canada Scholarship, established in honour of the airline’s first female pilot. This is the third year that Air Canada has provided this scholarship, which targets women who are Canadian citizens and who are enrolled in a fixed wing aviation flight program at a college, university, or flight school, or an aircraft repair and maintenance program anywhere in Canada.
VIRTUAL WIA CANADA CHRISTMAS PARTY WITH SPECIAL GUEST CHEF ANTHONY!!
DECEMBER 16, 2021
Let’s cook together virtually a wonderful meal to celebrate the holidays
Atlantic Canada WIA Members and Friends of WIA Join us on December 15th for our IN-PERSON Christmas Party!! LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE – RSVP TODAY!!
ARRI, ITBs, and Defence Sector Opportunities: A Technical Briefing with FedDev Ontario and FedNor November 10th
On November 10, the Ontario Aerospace Council (OAC) will be hosting another technical briefing about the Aerospace Regional Recovery Initiative (ARRI). This follows the session we did with them in August to help raise awareness about this exciting new initiative to support the recovery of Canada’s hard hit aerospace sector so that companies can come out of this pandemic in a position of strength as we look to the future.
Join virtually, for the second year, in participating in the NASA Space Apps Challenge! We’re excited to be hosting the event and can’t wait to see what innovative ideas come from it. This event will be co-hosted with the McMaster Planetary Society, a group led by space enthusiastic students focused on encouraging students to explore space opportunities and development.
Speed Mentoring provides a tremendous opportunity for those in the early or mid-stages of their career to engage in short 15-minute conversations with talented senior leaders from various organizations in the aerospace, defence and security industry. During these short sessions, mentees will have the opportunity to receive one-on-one advice on career development and life management that will yield a valuable learning experience.