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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.
The Northern Lights Aero Foundation is delighted to announce that our annual Elsie Awards Gala honouring outstanding Canadian women who have made contributions to aviation and aerospace will take place on Saturday October 16th. Named after aviation trailblazer and human rights advocate Elsie Gregory MacGill, the Elsie Award recognizes eight outstanding women across seven categories: Business, Education, Engineering, Flight Operations, Government, Trailblazer, and Rising Star.
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…
Most of us know that our thoughts inform our attitude, emotions and behaviour. That’s why things like self-talk and positive messaging are so important. Join Brenda Landry from Evoke Consulting as she leads a session that aims to change the conversations you’re having with yourself and others so that you can create a more positive experience in your life.
The Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace (CCAA) is in development of three (3) new national occupational standards in response to industry demand and the requirements of the changing workforce in follow up to the CCAA Occupational standards survey completed January 2020. CCAA has awarded a contract to Human Resources Systems Group (HRSG) to develop new National Occupational Standards (NOCs) for the following positions:
Women and Drones, Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium (CAAM) and Pride at Work Canada warmly invite you to join us for a moderated dialogue about how to set up this new industry with inclusivity and equity in mind.
How can companies create and educate allies in the workspace? What can we learn from traditional aerospace and apply to AAM? What is brave leadership and why is it needed in today’s industries? What can new graduates expect from upper management and a new work environment?
This event, as one part of an annual three-part series including women in AAM and indigenous peoples, strives to move this conversation forward as we build this new industry together. This is an online event featuring a keynote fireside chat followed by three discussion topics: Inclusion in Aviation Today, Leading with Language, and Small Steps Towards Brave Leadership.
The Ontario Aerospace Council is pleased to be able to offer FOUR scholarships for the 2021 – 2022 Academic Year for students going into or currently enrolled in an aerospace studies program at a post-secondary institution (college or university) in Ontario. The value of each scholarship is $2,500.00 CAD.
DAIR is delighted to invite Women in Aerospace Canada Members and Friends to join its upcoming Project Pitch Session on June 23, 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT.
Boost your physical and mental health with a virtual golf clinic!! Join us for a complimentary Zoom Golf Clinic hosted by Ladies’ Head Golf Professional, Jaime Steedman.
Join us for a moderated dialogue about this new industry. How will companies fill talent shortages? What career opportunities await young people? Countless studies have shown that the more diverse a workforce is, the more successful it is. As we stand on the threshold of building the Advanced Air Mobility ecosystem from the ground up, how do we eradicate historic injustices and offer equal opportunity to all?
This online event features a keynote fireside chat followed by topical discussions on opportunities for the Advanced Air Mobility industry. Breakout discussions will be hosted by a small group of speakers, either in a traditional panel discussion or a more conversational exploratory dialogue with opportunities for engagement through Q&A.
Women in Aerospace Canada along with WISEatlantic will be hosting the CCWESTT 2020 Conference in Halifax. So make sure to save the date, May 12-14, 2022. The conference will take place a the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel. Let’s reach for the stars and create impact together!
Women in Aerospace Canada and Catalyst Canada are excited to offer the opportunity to join us for two upcoming virtual workshops. These workshops were made possible through a very generous grant from the RBC Foundation. The RBC Foundation is seeking to play a more prominent role in advancing women in Canada. To do so, it has provided funding to Catalyst to offer some of our learning and training programs to groups across Canada.
This FREE virtual event will bring together 4 academic members – the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, Centennial College, and York University – to showcase trailblazing R&D projects they are initiating and opportunities for collaboration and new partnerships. Invitations have been sent to a wide-range of potential participants, with the goal of having strong industry attendance at the event.
Monday 8 March 2021 is International Women’s Day and we are working on program details to help us celebrate this year’s theme of #ChooseToChallenge – because a challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change. So let’s all choose to challenge! Register today!
Integrity and Courage are key elements in a successful workplace. Kathleen will discuss authenticity, a definition of good character and present the tools and behaviours required to transform your workplace to a Character Culture by leveraging integrity and courage.
We are looking for professional women and entrepreneurs in skilled trades and STEM careers to participate as role models and judges in our upcoming Techsploration Career Quest.
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The Women in Aerospace Canada Board of Directors is looking to appoint new members to fill some vacancies. This is an open call to the WIA-Canada membership. The Board will be accepting applications up until 11 February 2021, 5pm ET.