CIM Mining In Society Show 2010 is an effort to reach out to the public. Its intention is to make the mining industry popular by developing a sense of appreciation while simultaneously showcasing the rewarding career opportunities in the trade. The event also exposes the participants to different aspects of mining which cover safety, technology, innovation and environmental performance. CIM Mining In Society Show 2010 has adopted a different approach to prepare and recruit the workforce of the future. The aim is to promote the mining industry to educators, youth, public and guidance counselors. The exhibition is divided into five main areas. Each section will provide real-life demonstrations of available career opportunities; highlight the diversity of education requirements; describe the role of industry, associations and government. This will provide a chance for the participants to walk through the different sections.
The visitors of CIM Mining In Society Show include:
- Community colleges and schools
- Manufacturing, Supplies or Services
- Energy Companies
- Mining Engineers
- Non-Profits or NGOs
- Research and Development
- Mining Services
- Retired/unemployed people
- Government Officials
The exhibitors for CIM Mining In Society Show include:
- Highlight the diversity of education requirements.
- Environmental Performance
- Product fabrication
Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum