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Hiring: Fall/Winter Work Learn Positions

Hiring: Fall/Winter Work Learn Positions

eng•cite is looking for students passionate about engineering outreach and encouraging young women to pursue STEM fields to help with the delivery of our programs. Come work with us or volunteer at our events! Event Coordinator – Job Description [pdf] The eng•cite Event Coordinator will contribute to the planning and execution of events. Leveraging prior […]

"Try as many new things as you possibly can – you will learn the most when you are uncomfortable. Dream big, explore all possibilities and continuously raise the bar of your expectations for yourself."

Women in STEM: Elizabeth Wicks, Engineering Physics

“Try as many new things as you possibly can – you will learn the most when you are uncomfortable. Dream big, explore all possibilities and continuously raise the bar of your expectations for yourself.”

"Continuous learning keeps your mind active and keeps you relevant and dynamic. Time spent learning is always time well invested."

Women in STEM: Sara Flanagan, Integrated Engineering

“Continuous learning keeps your mind active and keeps you relevant and dynamic. Time spent learning is always time well invested.”

"The best way to make a difference in this world is to dive right in and do it; with commitment and hard work, as well as a great team around you, anything is possible."

Women in STEM: Katelyn Currie, Mechanical Engineering

“The best way to make a difference in this world is to dive right in and do it; with commitment and hard work, as well as a great team around you, anything is possible.”

"I want to bring solving engineering problems outside of the scope of technical work, to include a deeper understanding of social and environmental context."

Women in STEM: Julie Van de Valk, Geological Engineering

“I want to bring solving engineering problems outside of the scope of technical work, to include a deeper understanding of social and environmental context.”

"What I find most valuable is the lesson that there is no right or best solution – everything has a trade-off; every resolution is a balance of compromises; systems are complex and everything is interconnected."

Women in STEM: Cynthia Ni, Chemical and Biological Engineering

“What I find most valuable is the lesson that there is no right or best solution – everything has a trade-off; every resolution is a balance of compromises; systems are complex and everything is interconnected.”

"You are a lot more than your homework, grades and degree. Even though those are important deliverables, in the end they don’t, and shouldn’t, define you as a person. Education is only part of the life-long journey of learning."

Women in STEM: Cindy Gu, Mechanical Engineering

“You are a lot more than your homework, grades and degree. Even though those are important deliverables, in the end they don’t, and shouldn’t, define you as a person. Education is only part of the life-long journey of learning.”

Hiring: Summer Workshop Series Instructor

Hiring: Summer Workshop Series Instructor

This summer, eng•cite is partnering with the Vancouver Public Library for Maker Girls, a month long science and engineering club series. We are looking for a passionate and knowledgeable instructor to plan and deliver engaging STEM focused workshops to girls aged 12-15.

"If you asked a 10 year old to come up with an idea for a browser-based online game, how can they envision that idea if they have never seen or interacted with a computer?"

Women in STEM: Ayesha Shahzad, Chemical Engineering

“If you asked a 10 year old to come up with an idea for a browser-based online game, how can they envision that idea if they have never seen or interacted with a computer?”

"I’ve always wanted a career where I feel I am helping people. I chose engineering because I thought it would give me the best opportunities to do this."

Women in STEM: Andrea Marshall, Electrical and Computer Engineering

“I’ve always wanted a career where I feel I am helping people. I chose engineering because I thought it would give me the best opportunities to do this.”