Posts Tagged ‘ Engineer in Training ’

What It’s Like to Be a Transportation All-Star

The number one question we get about our Engineer-in-Training Program (EIT) and Technician-Entry-Level Program (TELP) is… “What kinds of projects do graduates end up working on throughout their career with the ministry?” The engineers and technicians who joined us through these programs have gone on to do some pretty amazing things. Their career paths are diverse, and have taken them to all corners of the province. We consider them “transportation all-stars,” so we decided to answer this popular question...

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Meet Sharlie Huffman: Professional Engineer

Meet Sharlie Huffman: Professional Engineer

You might already know that March is National Engineering Month, but did you know that March is also the month for “Expanding Girls Horizons in Math and Science“? Much of the work we do here at the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure involves math and science – especially the work done by our wonderful team of engineers on staff, some of whom, are women. We spoke with Sharlie Huffman, who is the Senior Bridge Seismic and Structural Health Monitoring...

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