Meet the women and men of Imperial driving innovation and expanding our support for communities and the environment.
Meet Patrick Kabongo, safety coordinator at Kearl
During his 10 day rotation at Kearl, Imperial’s oil sands mining operation, you can find Oliver Isaac helping out on a number of projects – “whatever needs to get done,” says Isaac, an electrical engineer on secondment from Magna IV engineering.
Kathleen Graham breaks records, diving 670 metres down Canada’s deepest cave
Lara Pella came to Imperial with more than 10 years of international legal practice. As an experienced hire, she had plenty to offer, as well as some criteria of her own – mainly interesting, challenging work; amazing colleagues; and the opportunity to continue learning and developing.
Third-year mineral engineering student Adarsh Khokal had high expectations that a 12-month student work term would complement his University of Toronto studies with practical skills.
“Imperial was definitely one of the top companies I had in mind for a student work term,” says Lana Toews, who researched her options extensively to seek out the best fit for her academic and career goals, as well as personal values.
The thrill of accomplishment at graduation can quickly fade to bewilderment and intimidation at the prospect of, ‘now what?’ Turning that degree into a career vision was a snap for Tyrel Sulzer when he landed in Imperial’s Engineer in Training program for new university graduates.