Imagine What's Possible
Imagine What's Possible is a special campaign Syncrude created for Aboriginal youth.
It is about challenging children and teens to think about their futures and encouraging them to be the best they can be.
We're sharing 12 inspirational stories about Aboriginal employees, business owners and community members that have built successful and rewarding lives on the foundation of a good education.
Check out the video and stories below to hear how each found an enjoyable career that lets them have a great life off the job!
If you want to learn more or have questions about this initiative, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below are 12 inspirational stories of what a solid education, strong work ethic and committment has provided for the following individuals:
Did you know our company is a large organization where employees use their many different skills to help us produce crude oil? A few examples of careers here with our organziation include:
- Equipment operators
- Tradespeople- electricians, pipefitters, mechanics, welders, etc.
- Nurses and doctors
- Computer/Information Technology experts
- Engineers – mining, chemical, civil, electrical, petroleum. geotechnical
- Environmental specialists (trees & plants/animals & birds/water
- Firefighters & emergency responders
- Business analysts
- Community Relations
- And many more
If any of these careers interest you, you can find them at Syncrude. But first you need the right education. Finishing high school is the first step. College, university or a technical school is the next step.
No matter what your career interest, we’re here today to encourage you to imagine what’s possible… and to follow your dreams.
There are many support systems for Aboriginal post-secondary students and we know they will be helpful to you on your educational journey. Similarly, at Syncrude we work very hard to ensure that Aboriginal people can share in the opportunities our company creates. This includes a welcoming and supportive work environment. So if a career in the oil sands interests you, talk to us.