Do we have a succession plan?
This is the question that we have been discussing among ourselves for years. MetSoc created the MetSoc Fund of the CIMF (Canadian Mining and Metallurgy Foundation) to give students in the material and metallurgy fields, the opportunity to pursue their dreams in the industry and also ensures Canada has a viable workforce in these areas.
Nothing beats experience!
Each year, through the MetSoc Fund, MetSoc gives over $20,000 in travel funding, scholarships, and support for activities specificially for metallurgy and materials students such as:
All donors who donate a minimum of $25 during the last three years are Foundation members. The CIM Foundation Board of Trustees, elected by its members, administers the activities of its Foundation.
About the CIM Foundation (CIMF) and the MetSoc Fund
The CIM Foundation (CIMF) is a not-for-profit charitable foundation (registration number 11883 4480 RR001). The Foundation supports educational programs and activities, promotes the industry as an enviable career choice, and provides scholarships.
The CIM Foundation is a separate legal entity from CIM, but was established and continues to be funded by CIM members.
Since its inception in 1972, the CIM Foundation is mandated “to create and support a strong program of educational and charitable activities directed towards improving the contribution of the Canadian minerals industry to the progress and well-being of Canada.”