CIM 2017 Convention - Montreal CIM 2017 Convention - Montreal

Student Program

The CIM 2017 Convention in Montreal is the ultimate professional networking opportunity. Student registration gives you the same access as a full delegate package: complete technical program; CIM Plenary; free online access to the papers and presentations after the conference; the CIM EXPO; CIM Opening Reception; Monday lunch at the CIM EXPO; CIM Student-Industry Luncheon; and Joy Global Gala.

"The CIM 2016 conference was amazing. The staff were incredibly helpful, the attendees were very friendly and easy for a student to talk to. There was a definite attempt to include students in the conference and provide opportunities to make connections to enter the work force".
- Darla Bennett, MSc candidate, McMaster University

Student Posters Competition

Showcase your talents to leading mining industry professionals on topics ranging from geology and mining to processing and sustainability. And there is more!

Posters competition will be located at the CIM Expo Foyer and open during the Expo hours.

Sunday,   April 30 | 17:00 - 20:00 
Monday,  May 01  | 10:00 - 17:00 
Tuesday, May 02  | 10:00 - 17:00 

Click here to view the Student Poster Participants

Student Industry Luncheon

Date: Tuesday, May 02
Time: 12:00 to 14:00
Cost:  Included in the student registration fee

The Student-Industry Luncheon seats students next to mining professionals, affording you the opportunity to make that all-important contact that can propel your career. Practice your networking skills by engaging with future employers and potential mentors in this select and professional networking environment. Prizes will be awarded to poster competition winners.

Michael Winship
 CIM President

Chadi Ziadeh

Join CIM President, Michael Winship, and Chadi Ziadeh, mining engineer, long-term planning at ArcelorMittal Canada  as they discuss leadership and succession in the industry.  Hear the visions of a seasoned mining leader and an emerging one - and their common views. Join them as they discuss the current state of mining and the opportunities the future holds.