Transition to Work

Originally delivered Apr 23, 2014

Students and new engineers: Are you nervous about transitioning from school to "the real world?”  Have no fear! This webinar prepares you to go from your college's or university's library to a plant site or head office of leading a company in industry. 

Topics include: marketing yourself to land an ideal job, choosing a company that will invest in you, and what to learn in your first three years to set yourself up for a successful career. 
 

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Presenter(s): 

Laura Jaji

Laura Jaji is a Process Engineer, E.I.T at Shell Albian Sands, the mining operation portion of the Athabasca Oil Sands Projects (AOSP) consisting of the Muskeg River and Jackpine Mines.  Production from these mining and extraction operations accounts for 17 % of Canada's total oil production. She also has experience with Alberta's sour gas assets as a Field engineer supporting the Limestone Field of Shell Canada's Central Alberta Business (CAB) Unit and as a Unit Engineer supporting the Sulphur Recovery Unit (SRU) of the Caroline Gas Plant, also a part...

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