Tatham Engineering prioritizes employees’ growth through a mentorship program with 25% participation. Matches are tailored to individual interests, location, experiences, and personalities. The program has received positive feedback from both mentees and mentors. Learn more about Tatham and what staff say about working there.
In a recent interview with Dr. Jonathan Kim, Associate Dean at Humber College’s Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology, the impact of technological advancements on the engineering industry was discussed. Dr. Kim emphasized the importance of adaptability and lifelong learning in the field, as well as the need for engineers to have skills in sustainability, communication, and leadership. He also discussed the evolving role of engineers, the application of AI technology, and new areas of engineering research and development.
Andrea Cherry, a Mechanical Engineer in Training at Hatch, believes that incorporating diverse and inclusive design (D&I) into projects can create a better environment for everyone. She works on a variety of projects and is a member of the Diversity and Inclusion committee and Gender Equity cluster at Hatch. Andrea emphasizes the importance of National Engineering Month (NEM) and lifelong learning in the engineering profession. Hatch has over 9,000 employees across numerous offices and works in over 150 countries, with projects focused on metals, energy, and infrastructure. Diverse and inclusive design is essential in today’s world to ensure solutions are inclusive to a wide variety of users.
Hitachi Energy is committed to providing sustainable, reliable, and secure energy solutions as we transition from fossil fuels to renewables. Haronid Moreno, Account Manager for Hitachi Energy Canada, has a background in electrical engineering and a passion for clean energy. She encourages women in STEM to pursue their goals with confidence, as the demand for electricity and jobs in the industry continues to grow. Hitachi Energy is constantly innovating with digital and power platforms to advance a sustainable energy system.
Learn about Canadian Tire’s innovative Next Generation Talent Program and how it’s paving the way for the company’s digital evolution in this Q&A with Harpreet Jagdev, AVP, Delivery Transformation, and Megha Singal, Next Generation Talent Associate. The NGT Program is a two-year rotational program designed to prepare graduates for the ever-changing technological landscape of the business world. In this interview, Harpreet and Megha discuss the importance of lifelong learning, the NGT Program’s role in supporting learning, and how their engineering backgrounds have helped them in their careers. Discover why critical thinking and problem-solving skills acquired in engineering school are essential for thriving in the tech industry.