Volunteer at the Canadian Wind Energy Conference

The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) is looking for volunteers to help out at our Annual Conference and Exhibition, being held at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal from November 1-3, 2010. CanWEA 2010 will gather over 2,500 wind energy professionals from all over the world to discuss the opportunities and the latest developments in the Canadian wind energy industry. The impressive exhibition hall will feature over 250 exhibiting companies and will provide excellent networking opportunities for participants.

Volunteers working for a full day will be provided with a free day admission to the Conference sessions and Exhibition. Volunteers who work for a half day will benefit from a free half day admission to the Conference sessions and Exhibition. Attending our Conference and Exhibition will allow students to network and meet prospective employers, and will give them the opportunity to learn more about the wind energy industry in Canada.

The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) has more than 400 members and is the national association for the wind energy industry in Canada. Our mission is to promote the responsible and sustainable growth of wind energy in Canada through policy development and advocacy with different levels of government, a broad range of communications and outreach activities, and educational and networking opportunities for all stakeholders. For more information about the Canadian Wind Energy Association, visit our website at www.canwea.ca.

If you are interested, contact Grace McConnachie at gracemcconnachie@canwea.ca

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