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What is S-IMEW?

Check out our short S-IMEW 2012 video as students share their experience of the workshop.



This 
excerpt takes a closer look at the PDAC’s annual Student-Industry Mineral Exploration Workshop (S-IMEW).

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PDAC 2014 Student-Industry Mineral Exploration Workshop

PDAC Student-Industry Mineral Exploration Workshop [S-IMEW]

Maureen Jensen, 2014 recipient of Women in Mining Canada’s Trailblazer Award, to deliver closing keynote presentation at the PDAC’s annual Student-Industry Mineral Exploration Workshop (S-IMEW) Closing Dinner.

On May 16, Maureen Jensen, Executive Director and Chief Administrative Officer of the Ontario Securities Commission, will close the annual Workshop with a keynote address to the top 26 geoscience students from universities and colleges across Canada. 

Maureen has been selected as the recipient of the 3rd annual WIM Canada Trailblazer Award, which recognizes women who have taken personal career risks and helped to advance the careers of other women. She was presented with this award during the PDAC Convention on March 4.

Maureen’s presentation will take place at the Closing Dinner, on May 16 at Science North in Sudbury. Click here to purchase tickets for this event. 

On this evening industry volunteers and sponsors who contribute to the success of S-IMEW celebrate with the students the completion of the two-week Workshop which will have exposed them to all facets of the mineral exploration industry.

The Workshop, going into it’s eighth year, gives students unique access to a high level of industry expertise on a wide range of topics that make for a well-rounded geoscientist. During S-IMEW students learn about regulatory requirements, mineral economics, flow-through shares, exploration and government mapping techniques, geophysics, geochemistry, health and safety and corporate social responsibility, smelter and mine operations and so much more.

S-IMEW was created in 2007 out of an essential need to encourage geoscience students to pursue a career in mineral exploration and improve the overall health of the industry by increasing interaction between students and industry professionals.  Read more…

Career Profiles

Each week we will be interviewing a successful industry professional and sharing their career profile. We ask them a couple questions of interest to anyone just starting out or wanting to get ahead in our industry.  

This week Glenn Mullan, President & CEO, Golden Valley Mines, tells us about the phone call that changed the course of his career. 
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