Presentation - A Career in Geoscience: Getting Discovered



Did you know that Geodude is coming to Carleton? Don't miss it! 


Who: Undergraduate and Graduate students

What: A presentation on how to market yourself effectively, how to network, and how to "get discovered"!

When: Monday, February 23rd @ 5:30 p.m. 

Where: 3120 HP 

Why: Because we believe that those who attend will get a big leg up on securing employment or advancing in their career

RSVP to sarah [dot] adamsaston [at] carleton [dot] ca 


Patrick McAndless, P.Geo, FGC

- Over 44 years in the mining industry primarily exploring for base and precious metal deposits worldwide.

- Managed large-scale exploration projects for senior and junior mining companies focusing on porphyry copper, volcanogenic massive sulphide, epithermal gold, uranium and diamond deposits.

- Part of the Imperial Metal’s team that discovered the copper-gold Northeast zone in British Columbia and the high-grade gold 144 zone in Nevada.

- Recognized by the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia 2006 C.J. Westerman Memorial Award for significant contributions to professional geoscience and outstanding community service, the British Columbia & Yukon Chamber of Mines 2005 H.H. "Spud" Huestis Award for Excellence in Prospecting and Mineral Exploration, and the 2003 Northern BC Business & Industry Award for Northern BC Prospector of the Year.

- Director of a number of junior mining companies.

- Guest lecturer at over 100 universities and colleges across Canada, US and Europe providing a set of practical tools to assist geoscience and engineering students with their career development.