The Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences has an office devoted exclusively to link students and industry members. The Cooperative Studies Program and Job Placement office helps students to pursue their career and job goals and assists employers to recruit candidates for their vacancies. Both are welcome anytime of the year. Please, contact:
Dr. Laura Lazo, Cooperative Program and Job Placement Coordinator
Rm 271 Agriculture Building
Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Phone: 204 - 474 - 6943
Fax: 204 - 474 -7525
If you are a member of the industry/community, please, click here for more information on services.
If you are a student
To assist you with your career development and job search the office offers the following resources:
If you are interested in opportunities in the livestock industry, consider visiting ANAC's website (please click here). Information about its members is here. ANAC's website is also a good source of information about issues in the industry (click here) and links to other associations (click here).
Do you want to volunteer and learn? The following organizations have opportunities:
MID-CANADA AOAC CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
Mid-Canada AOAC will be holding general elections for its 2013-14 executive committee. We are looking for members of the analytical science community. Time commitments small, teleconferencing. Annual General Meeting (AGM), June 6, 2013 - Victoria Inn and Conference Center - 1808 Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg, Manitoba
POSITIONS: President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, Member At Large (multiple positions), Nominations by email to David Graham (JDGraham@RRC.CA) PRIOR TO May 31, 2013.
Have you ever thought about studying abroad for a semester or a year? We are currently recruiting for Winter 2014. More information: David Arenas. Application Deadline: August 30 (for Winter 2014 exchange, early applications strongly encouraged.
Do you want to "Come to the Table"?
4-H-Canada and Bayer CropScience are organizing a youth summit next year to develop and plan to feed a hungry planet. Do you want to go to the summit with all expenses paid? See http://www.youthagsummit.com/ and go!
Made in Manitoba Breakfast
The Farm & Food Discovery Centre, with the help of Agriculture in the Classroom, is hosting a Made in Manitoba Breakfast on Saturday. Breakfast made with local food: eggs, sausages, pancakes and chocolate milk.
May 4, 9:00 am and 12:00 pm - at Glenlea Research Station 15 minutes south of Winnipeg on Hwy 75.
Activities for kids and the whole family! See the map See map for directions and other events. Cost: $25 family (2 adults, 3 kids), $8 adults, $6 youth, $2 children aged 2-6yrs.