Volunteer Opportunities


Red River College's Ten Thousand Coffees

We are all facing new ways of living, working, and learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. During this challenging time, it’s more important than ever before to stay connected – even though we can’t be together in person, we can build our networks online!

By joining Red River College Café, powered by Ten Thousand Coffees, you will develop essential skills by mentoring RRC students. This online platform is free to use.  Mentoring students qualifies for C.P.D. credits.

More information on RRC's Ten Thousand Coffees


Subject Matter Experts for File Review

Subject Matter Experts conduct applicant file reviews and academic assessments. As a Subject Matter Expert you would review files electronically, which provides flexibility to volunteer without relinquishing time spent at work. Disciplines of interest include: Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Environmental, Instrumentation, Architectural, Chemical, Survey & Geomatics.

Volunteers must be a C.E.T. member in good standing with a minimum of five years of professional experience.

Leadership & Development Committee
  • Committee members provide young leaders (members under the age of 35) with a greater understanding of the engineering technology profession and CTTAM's role in it.
  • Provide networking opportunities and venues to further develop their skills. 
  • Prepare surveys to CTTAM's members regarding seminar/workshop topics that would be of interest to the membership.
  • Attend student orientations/events at local technical college events to promote CTTAM by illustrating how the engineering technology profession has helped them.