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ENGINEERING YOUR FUTURE
A Career Planning Guide in Engineering
technology and science have advanced over the centuries, so
have the branches of engineering. Now there are dozens of specialty
areas in engineering - something for every interest. Some engineers
search for new sources of energy, some design artificial limbs,
while others work to protect our environment. Engineers design
everything from toys to sophisticated medical diagnostic equipment.
New specialty areas are emerging every day to meet the specific
demands of industry.
PDF of Brochure
A Career In GEOPHYSICS
booklet is for those of you who are inquisitive, creative,
analytical and enjoy increasing your understanding of the
earth and its physical properties. If you are this type of
person and want to apply your education to solving real problems,
then we invite you to consider pursuing a career in Geophysics.
To access this publication, check under "Education"
Explore Careers in Geoscience
Canadian Geoscience Council invites you to consider Careers
in Geoscience. This booklet will give high school and first-year
university students an opportunity to find out about the many
careers open in the geo (earth) sciences. Your counsellor
or science instructor will provide you with more detailed
information on how to pursue this career path.
the course of the last two years this booklet 'Explore Careers
in Geoscience' has been prepared for the World Wide Web and
is now available: www.science.uwaterloo.ca/earth/geoscience/careers.html
Careers in Engineering, Geology and Geophysics - The Facts
brochure is available in PDF format. To view the file you will
need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software, available free from
here for PDF of brochure.