SPE Cares - Park Clean-up - Energy4Me Kit Assembly - School Supply Drive - ATCE 2019

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Starts: 08-21-2019
Location: Calgary Stampede, Calgary, AB T2G2W1 volunteer opportunity location


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With ATCE being the largest conference for SPE members, it is a great opportunity for many of us to give back to the community that graciously hosts us for the week. Active involvement in local community service encourages positive press for the oil and gas industry and sets the stage for SPE members to develop meaningful networks. In 2016, SPE launched a new initiative called SPE Cares, a SPE Community Service initiative, aimed at promoting, supporting and participating in charitable, education, humanitarian and social community services at the Section and Student Chapter’s level.

The initiative not only aims to hold events/activities at ATCE, but to recognize the community service that SPE members are already conducting in their respective student chapters and professional sections worldwide.

This year at ATCE Calgary, SPE Cares will conduct a Stampede Park Clean - up as well as an School Supply Drive and an Energy4Me Experiment Kit assembly. 

The Stampede Park Clean-up will take place on Sunday September 29th at 8:00am - 10:00am.

For the Energy4Me experiment Kits - a big Thank You goes out to the Calgary Section for providing the supplies we just need the volunteers to come by the booth to help us put the kits together on Monday September 30 starting at 10:00am.

The school supply drive will benefit the Stampede school/ Indigenous Youth Program/ OH Ranch Program.  A list of items needed can be found on the ATCE website and brought to the SPE Cares booth at ATCE throughout the conference.

**Please note that this volunteer opportunity does not have funding available to assist with travel or attendance at ATCE.


Paid Member

Volunteers Needed:

50 (50 open slots)


Jillian Thomas
Society of Petroleum Engineers