Students and Young Engineers


Students from Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the University of Saskatchewan are encouraged to come out to our meetings. At the meetings you will hear an interesting presentation (energy efficiency, new technology...), network with the local industry (maybe find a job!) and eat a great meal, all for only $5.

Meetings are typically the second Tuesday of the month at the Park Town Hotel. Check the upcoming events to see if an upcoming speaker or event interests you.

The Saskatoon chapter of ASHRAE offers scholarships: two travel scholarships to the AHR Show and ASHRAE Conference.  Both students from Sask Polytech and the U of S are encouraged to apply. Contact us for more information.

If you are interested in pursuing a career in the HVAC industry you will find many experienced people in ASHRAE who can tell you about their experiences and offer some ideas.

Check out this website to learn about and get involved in ASHRAE on the society level http://www.ashrae.org/students/ . They also offer some substantial scholarships and they put on a design competition every year (U of S students can make this their fourth year design project).
Young Engineers are encouraged to join ASHRAE with the 20-50-50 plan where you pay $20 for your first year of membership, $50 for your second, and $50 for your third, instead of paying $100 annually like a full member would. Or ask your employer to sponsor you, ASHRAE is excellent professional development and counts towards APEGS Continuing Professional Excellence.

At the meetings you will hear an interesting presentation (energy efficiency, new technology...), network with the local industry and eat a great meal. It's $35 per meal for members or $210 for the year.

Meetings are typically the second Tuesday of the month at the Park Town Hotel. Check the upcoming events to see if an upcoming speaker or event interests you.


Take a look at this website that ASHRAE has put together for Young Engineers in ASHRAE.

Here is ASHRAE's page on Wikipedia for an overview of the organization.



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