Participate in the Student Program at PDAC 2014 Convention


The PDAC would like to invite you to participate in our Student Program at the PDAC 2014 Convention. As part of our commitment to attracting and engaging students in the industry, we host a number of student events during Convention and look forward to your support in these endeavors. You may also connect with us and our student following on Facebook or Twitter.


Participate in Student Tours, Sunday March 2 – Tuesday, March 4

PDAC and CIM Toronto Branch invite you to be an integral part of the student tours during the Convention. Each company commits seven minutes to describe their projects and answer questions from students. By interacting with industry professionals, students benefit by obtaining valuable information about opportunities in the industry. In the past, companies have scouted potential talent within these student groups and the student tours have been a great success in the past.

Please complete the attached form and return to Krishana Michaud, by Friday February 7, 2014.


Attend the PDAC-CMIC-SEG Student Minerals Colloquium, Monday March 5

Hosted by the SEG Chapters at Laurentian University and the Ottawa-Carleton Geoscience Centre, the Minerals Colloquium will include up to 100 poster presentations highlighting current research on mineral deposits and related studies by students and faculty from across Canada. The session runs from 12 noon to 8:00pm; Cocktail reception begins at 5:30pm. Free event


Attend the Student-Industry Networking Luncheon, Tuesday March 4
The Student-Industry Networking luncheon is our most popular student event. This is an excellent opportunity to meet and recruit students and recent graduates and share information about your company’s projects. This free event would not be a success without you, and we encourage you and your colleagues to attend on Tuesday, March 4, 11:30am -1:30pm in Room 105/106, North Building. Free event; All Access Pass or Trade Show/Exhibitor Pass required for admission.


We appreciate your consideration and continued support of our programs. For more information about the student program visit or contact Krishana Michaud, Manager, Student Program at

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