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Christina Kruth, Vice President of Sales, with Sintavia a designer and additive manufacturer of advanced mechanical systems for Aerospace, Defense, & Space OEMs. Christina will be sharing an Overview of Vertically Aligned Capabilities.
This project is fully funded by the Government of Canada through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario). For more information, please visit https://feddev-ontario.canada.ca/en. This program was designed and will be facilitated by Evoke Consulting. Evoke is a training organization who teaches leaders how to feel and project confidence in all interactions. Their team are leading experts in the area of gender diversity. They have designed and implemented women’s leadership programs for global companies across a range of industries. Most importantly, they have been working with Women in Aerospace Canada for four years and understand our business and industry well.
Call for Mentors for the Women in Aerospace Canada Mentoring Program. The purpose of the WIA Mentorship program is to prepare both Mentors and Mentees to have high value discussions with respect to the Mentees development needs and goals.
The purpose of the WIA Mentorship program is to prepare both Mentors and Mentees to have high value discussions with respect to the Mentees development needs and goals. After the Program Mentees will:
• Understand the purpose and objectives of mentorship
• Understand how to choose a mentor and the rules of engagement
• Have prepared a draft development plan, a network map, and an elevator pitch to review with their mentor
• Be fully prepared for the speed mentoring event
The Northern Lights Aero Foundation is delighted to announce that our 14th annual Elsie MacGill Awards Gala, honouring outstanding Canadian women who have made significant contributions to aviation and aerospace, will take place on Saturday, October 21, 2023 at the Pearson Convention Centre in Brampton, Ontario.
Women In Aerospace Canada along with UTIMUS, Immigrants Working Centre (IWC), McMaster Manufacturing Research Institute (MMRI), and The Strong Link (TSL), will deliver a comprehensive suite of skills development and support to prepare unemployed Afghanistan & Ukrainian immigrant women or non-binary individuals who are unskilled to work in aerospace manufacturing sectors in Ontario.
Are you based out of Halifax or planning to be in Halifax on December 7th? We would love it for you to join us for axe throwing at Timber Lounge for our holiday party! It’s a great time to get together with our industry peers and enjoy merriment, snacks and most importantly, axe-throwing!