In this engaging episode of 'The Voice' of Women in Mechanical Contracting Podcast, titled "How MCA Canada's Student Chapter Program Changed My Career Path," we have the privilege of hearing from three remarkable women who experienced a transformative shift in their understanding of the mechanical industry. Through candid conversations, our guest speakers share their personal journeys, highlighting the profound impact of their involvement in MCA Canada's Student Chapter program. Keara Guay, a Project Manager at Plan Group, Mechanical Large Construction, Leisha Fernando, a Technical Sales Engineer at Engineered Air, and Caitlin Cho, a dedicated Student Chapter Member from MCA Manitoba, join us to discuss their eye-opening experiences.
Hosted by the dynamic Rachael Lolua, a WiMC Committee Member and Association Manager of MCA Hamilton-Niagara, this episode provides valuable insights into how MCA Canada's Student Chapter program has broadened horizons, shattered misconceptions, and opened doors to a world of opportunities within the mechanical industry. These powerful narratives not only showcase the importance of mentorship and support but also inspire individuals, especially young women, to explore the limitless possibilities that await them in this dynamic field. 'The Voice' podcast continues its mission of empowering and amplifying the voices of women in mechanical contracting, making it a must-listen for anyone seeking inspiration and guidance in their career journey.
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