AVE Network

Adding Value in Energy

Calgary's AVE Network's goal is to foster our GeoScience, Engineering & Technologist community with passion for our jobs while supporting each other as we grow in our careers. The Avenue team demonstrates the power of cross discipline & generational work yielding an organization that is built on a strong foundation. We value the perspective that each team member brings, and through our different experiences we have worked together to create AVE Network.

BESTT

Bridge for Engineering, Science, and Technology Talent

Bridges the gap between exceptionally talented people and the Alberta Workplace. BESTT helps professionals find opportunities through partnerships with employers, government, and the science and engineering community. BESTT is specifically meant to assist unemployed professionals who are undergoing transitions and experiencing challenges in finding work in industry.

Chic Geek

The Chic Geek Mentorship Program brings together quality education, inclusive networks and supportive relationships to empower women and increase their chances of success in technology and entrepreneurship. Other Chic Geek programs include: MeetnGeek, TechStep and Geeky Summit.

GAIA

Combining Western scientific principles with an Indigenous worldview of respect for Mother Earth.  To Mentor Indigenous youth and support education through scholarships. 

GeoWomen of Calgary

Advancing women working in the geoscience professions in Calgary

Providing space for women in geoscience careers whose level of experience varies from new graduate to retiring at the top of the career meet and share experiences; communicating the realities of the journey through early career, early family choices, mid-career, maturing a family, maturing a career.

MentorUP

Premier Society of Leading STEM Professionals

An Alberta community of professionals at all stages of their careers, potential employers, professional associations, volunteers and under-represented groups.  Members are provided with networking opportunities, professional development, and informal mentoring.  Members consist of early career professionals and students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).  

SAIT WISE

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) is a SAIT student organization dedicated to supporting and encouraging women who are interested in STEM fields.

UA-WISE

University of Alberta Women in Science and Engineering

A University of Alberta student group that supports all undergraduate students in underrepresented fields including science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

UC-WISE

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) is a University of Calgary student organization dedicated to supporting and encouraging women who are interested or engaged in science or engineering careers. WISE works towards fostering an academic environment where both female and male students can promote the participation of women in science and engineering.

WISER

Women in Science, Engineering, and Research at UAlberta

The WISER Network is designed to connect early-career women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) with each other and with the information, resources, support, and professional development opportunities they require to advance in their careers.  Their mission is to support career advancement and retention of women in STEM through networking, interactions with peers and mentors, information exchange, and professional development activities.

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