The award recognizes student achievement in the world of computer mapping systems. Co-op and Career Services held the 4th annual Engineering Career Fair in the Engineering Technology Building at the Barrie Campus on Jan. The co-op engineering team helped welcome 24 industry partners, including more than 60 employer representatives – many Georgian College alumni. Video conferencing was used for the first time in Sep.
Not only will this give you an edge in the career marketplace, it means you can earn while you learn!
A growing number of companies are partnering with our students on applied research projects to find solutions to technical problems best tested at the technologist and technician level.
This allows our students the opportunity to spend time with potential employers and to put their knowledge and skills to the test on real-life work projects.
For industries to survive in today’s global market economy, they must be able to draw on a pool of highly trained technicians, technologists and other trade specialties in a broad range of employment settings.
We offer a wide range of exciting programs designed to get you working in your field of expertise.
In our programs, you’ll get hands-on experience combined with technical knowledge from industry-experienced professionals who love what they do.Georgian is a recognized leader in experiential learning, and many of our programs contain co-op work terms.Our facilities and technology are state-of-the-art. Come for a tour of the Centre for Sustainable Technologies, where many of our classes are held.Come study with us, and get ready for your exciting career in a high-demand field! Toronto Hydro provides a diverse range of employment experiences for our students within the areas of Electrical Engineering, Computer Studies, Business, and Human Resource Management; hiring approximately 10 students each Co-op work term. Hiring 34 students this past fall 2013 Co-op semester, Hydro One has continued to support and provide employment experiences for our students within the areas of Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Computer Studies, Business, and Human Resources Management. The machining industry offers lucrative careers and the Gene Haas Foundation wants to help Georgian students who are pursuing this type of skills training.I had some experience in all trades by the time I finished high school. After a year or so of trying to get an apprenticeship, I decided to go to Georgian and get a diploma – and some experience. Dan Ferko, President of Sirco Machinery Company Ltd., a Haas Factory Outlet, announced a donation of $36,000 for scholarships for students from the Mechanical Technician – Precision Skills program. Mike Azevedo, Chris Kerr, Iain Watson and Amber Stevenson are now certified to legally weld anywhere in Canada.Over Reading Week, the students successfully passed testing organized by the Canadian Welding Bureau – the national licensing body for welders in Canada. Alyse Hegmans, a third-year student in Georgian’s Environmental Technology program, has won the 2014 Esri Canada Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Scholarship.