RESS Wants You to Learn Lean Six Sigma in Montreal?

What are you doing from August 18 to 29? ?If you’d like your answer to be, “improving my resume and supplementing my education in down-town Montreal,” then keep reading.

On those dates, there is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification course being offered by the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES). ?Read?this PDF?for more information on the course. ?To encourage you to attend, the Regina Engineering Students’ Society (RESS) would like to help you pay for flights. boarding, and fees.

If this sounds like something you’d like to do, fill out the RESS’ open-conference funding application found on our?Governance & Forms page?and submit it to us at the engineering lounge (ED 127).

How to join the Regina Engineering Students’ Society? Council

Would you like to be a part of the Regina Engineering Students’ Society (RESS) and help us improve the lives and education of engineering students?

We are currently looking for undergraduate engineers to fill the following positions:

  • Charity Director
  • Social Equality Representative
  • International Student Representative (International student preferred)
  • Grad Representative (Graduating student preferred)
And we are also looking to fill the class representative positions (must be in the corresponding year level):
  • Fifth-Year Representative
  • Fourth-Year Representative
  • Third-Year Representative
  • Second-Year Representative
You can learn more about these positions, their responsibilities, and our society on the?council positions page. To apply for these positions, just fill out the council nomination form which can be found on our?governance & forms page, get ten other undergraduate engineers to sign it, and submit it to us at the engineering lounge (ED 127). ?We will then review your nomination, hold interviews, and vote on your appointment.