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Manitoba Aerospace Human Resources Council

Manitoba Aerospace Human Resources Council (MAHRC) is committed to facilitating positive change in Manitoba’s aerospace sector and beyond in the area of training and human resources services by working with industry, individuals, institutions and governments.

Manitoba’s burgeoning aerospace industry enjoys supportive partnerships with local, provincial, and federal governments as well as with regional secondary and post-secondary educational institutions. Working together today, these partners are preparing a skilled workforce for tomorrow, coupled with an innovative technological climate. More and more, global customers and suppliers will look to Manitoba aerospace companies for value-based solutions.

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In Focus

Partnerships

Manitoba Aerospace Human Resources Council partners with educational institutions, funders, non-profit organizations and like-minded organizations throughout Manitoba.

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Careers

The Manitoba Aerospace Industry currently employs just under 6,000 people in twenty companies in the province of Manitoba. This is a result of steady growth of the industry in the last fifteen years.

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Student Endowment Fund

It is important to recognize students in aerospace related programs who excel in our industry’s core values. The Manitoba Aerospace Student Endowment Fund helps those students succeed.

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News

Red River College will be home to a new Smart Factory and will expand its Centre for Aerospace Technology and Training (CATT)

Photo credit: Red River College News Minister Navdeep Bains (Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development) announcing a $10 Mil funding commitment to Red River College Smart Factory and CATT to support aerospace industry in Manitoba. Click here to read more about RRC’s Smart Factory and CATT      

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Events

Diversity Workshop: Indigenous Inclusion – September 29, 2017

DATE: September 29, 2017 TIME: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm WHERE: (Room 104) 1000 Waverley Street, Winnipeg MB R3T 0P3 PRESENTER: Olivia McCorriston is an Anishinabe and proud Métis grandmother who has a Master’s Degree in Adult Education.  For over 25 years, Olivia has been working in education, Indigenous employment, and partnership development. This workshop […]

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