A CIM membership can help enhance your professional profile, develop your business network and build your company’s profile. The Canadian Institute of Mining Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) offers multiple membership types, with different levels of engagement to meet any mining industry professional’s business needs and career goals.
Once a CIM member, you can also choose to become a member of any of the following CIM Branches and Societies, including CIM MES:
CIM Branches are organized geographically and address the needs of members, focusing on local issues and programming opportunities while recruiting and supporting local members.
CIM’s 10 technical societies strive to promote the development of the many facets of Canada’s minerals, metals, materials and petroleum industries. Technically driven, they come together to discuss issues of concern in their specific field pertaining to the discovery, production and utilization of resources.
As part of their mission, CIM technical societies arrange for specialized conferences, courses and publications; bestow scholarships and awards; as well as maintain channels of communication with government departments and academic institutions. They rely heavily on the leadership of dedicated volunteer members whose commitment to excellence enables CIM to achieve its goals in the various industry sectors.
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