Careers in Energy job fair held in Walkerton


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Lynda Cain (L) of Ontario Power Generation, talks to adults and students at the job fair at Walkerton District Secondary School June 1


Students listen to Lynda Cain of Ontario Power Generation talk about career opportunities during the job fair
photos courtesy of Lynda Cain

The Ripples of Change organization, a youth-based group that is focused on water issues and environmental sustainability, was instrumental in presenting the Careers in Energy job fair June 1 at Walkerton District Secondary School. 

The event attracted more than 200 students from the seven high schools in the Bluewater District School Board area.  

Lynda Cain, Ontario Power Generation Nuclear Waste, senior communications advisor, was one of the many participants who had an opportunity to speak to the students.

The students were divided into nine groups and circulated from station to station.   

Some of the other stations included Solar Flash, Westario Power, Home Hardware, TradeUp, Grey Bruce Health Unit and their Yellow Bike Program, Bio Gas (Genivar Engineering), Walkerton Fordís Hybrid vehicle and many more.


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