2500 University Dr. NW
Calgary, Alberta


Presented by: The Calgary Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders Canada

Theme: How Can Professionals Have Impact on International Development?

Date: Saturday, March 4th
Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

University of Calgary
Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Building
2500 University Drive NW

$20 for the day (includes lunch)
Free to EWB Members! (costs $40; sign up at http://myewb.ca)

Spaces are limited ? please RSVP to [email protected]

Do you need to be an engineer? No way!

As Calgarian professionals, we know that our capacities enable us to make positive impact! This is a forum to discuss international development issues with a view to engage Calgarian professionals in international human development.

The 2006 Calgary Education Conference asks:

- What is the role of professionals abroad?
- What can professionals do at home?
- How can professionals fit with EWB?

Keynote Speaker: Donna Kennedy-Glans

A former Vice President of Nexen with 20 years of hands on experience evaluating and enabling business development in the developing world. Donna Kennedy-Glans is the founder of BRIDGES, a humanitarian social development organization. She is hailed as a pioneer in the definition and management of corporate responsibility and business integrity.

To RSVP and for more information: [email protected]

The Calgary Professional Chapter would like to recognise Cimarron Engineering Ltd. for their generous support of the conference.

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