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November 6, 2018

Edmonton Branch News & Events

November 15 | Edmonton Branch Luncheon: Energy in a Changing World

A disruptive technology can displace an established technology and shake up or create a completely new industry. The electricity sector stands to be significantly disrupted by a number of technologies. This will create opportunities and pose challenges. Join us for a discussion on several key questions: What are the technologies that may disrupt the electric utility industry? How large will the disruption likely be? When will it occur? What factors may alter the impact and timing? What will be the best way to respond? Register by Friday, November 9!

December 17 | Assertiveness: A Powerful Communication Skill for Career Success

In today's fast-paced, complex, and often uncertain work world, the ability to communicate well is critical. During this workshop in Edmonton on December 17, participants will learn the advantages of being assertive, the reasons people are not assertive, and the difference between an assertive and an aggressive communicator.

Science Olympics Registration Open

Registration for the 2019 APEGA Science Olympics in Edmonton is now open! Speak to your children's teachers now about registering a school team.

Edmonton Branch Member-At-Large Volunteer

The Edmonton Branch is seeking a volunteer to fill a member-at-large position. Reporting to the chair of the Edmonton Branch Executive, the member-at-large will actively participate in the activities of the branch, including events and subcommittees.

Connect with the Edmonton Branch Online

Find out what's happening in your branch and community through the Edmonton Branch Facebook page or on our web page.

APEGA-Wide News, Events, & Benefits

Ivan Finlay Leadership Award

The Ivan Finlay Leadership Award recognizes Alberta university engineering and geoscience students who demonstrate exceptional leadership qualities. The award includes a prize of $1,000. Nomination deadline is February 15, 2019.

Project Everest: Reaching New Heights in Project Management

Climbing Mount Everest is one of the greatest feats of human endurance, combining unparalleled physical and mental challenges with some of the most extreme conditions imaginable. Alan Mallory took on the challenge and set a world record when he, along with three members of his family, reached the summit. Join us on December 14 as Mr. Mallory takes project managers on a similar journey. The dynamic session focuses on developing project managers and strengthening project teams by reinforcing the skills and expertise essential for success. The first 16 registrants will receive a free copy of Mr. Mallory’s book, The Family that Conquered Everest.

APEGA Wireless Program Powered by Rogers

Get access to exclusive member rates starting as low as $49 per month for a 3GB voice and data plan. This offer is only available through the APEGA member portal. For more information, visit the Member Self-Service Centre.

Events & Professional Development Calendar

Our new professional development listings are up and ready for registration. Spots are limited, so register early to avoid disappointment. Group and company discounts apply. Visit the Events & Professional Development Calendar for a full listing of events, and click on the individual registration pages for details on specific opportunities.

Volunteer Opportunities

K-12 Classroom Expert

Volunteers will be asked to visit K-12 classrooms in their region or connect with classrooms virtually to act as subject matter experts.

Science Olympics Volunteers

APEGA is looking for enthusiastic volunteers interested in sharing their passion for engineering and geoscience with students at the 2019 APEGA Science Olympics!

Non-APEGA Volunteer Opportunities

FIRST LEGO League Volunteers

The FIRST LEGO League is looking for university and college engineering students, E.I.T.s, and professional engineers to volunteer as tournament judges at its annual robotics competition for kids in Grades 4–8. If you are interested, please send an email with your full name to fll.judges.edm@frcwest.com.

Interested in What Other Branches Are Up To?

Across the province, 10 APEGA branches connect professionals to their peers by offering great learning, social, and volunteer opportunities. But if one branch isn’t quite enough, be sure to check out the newsletters APEGA distributes in other areas of the province. Click on the appropriate branch name, then on Branch Newsletter on the left-hand menu.

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