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Career Video Library
Find out more about the diverse nature of careers in the minerals industry from the workers themselves through these short videos produced by students at Norkam Secondary in Kamloops. Videos on new careers are posted as they are created.

Auto Mechanic - Gibraltar Mines
Dispatch Foreman for Mine Pit Operations - Highland Valley Copper
Electrician - Gibraltar Mines
Geologist - New Gold Incorporated
Heavy Duty Mechanic Apprentice - Gibraltar Mines
Heavy Duty Service Technician - Finning Canada
Machinist - Gibraltar Mines
Material Handler - Moly-Cop Canada
Millwright - Gibraltar Mines
Mining Account Manager - Finning Canada
Partsman - Cullen Diesel
Parts Salesman - Finning Canada
Process Engineer - Highland Valley Copper
Process Metallurgist - Moly-Cop Canada
Quarry Lead Hand - Graymont Pavilion Plant
Safety and Public Affairs Coordinator - Highland Valley Copper
Sample Preparation Sizing Technician - G & T Metallurgical
Senior Accounting Assistant - Moly-Cop Canada
Tire Vulcanizer - Intequip Mining Sales and Service
Warehouse Foreman - Intequip Mining Sales and Service
Warehouse Supervisor - Gibraltar Mines
Warranty Service Administrator - Cullen Diesel
Welder - Gibraltar Mines

These videos were produced as part projects by students enrolled in Eric Rustand's video arts classes. The students in these classes created conducted the interviews on location with the workers. As student projects created over a period of a few years and students, the videos show slightly varied styles and a progression in depth and production quality as they gained experience with the video creation process and equipment.

MineralsEd is grateful for receiving permission to host these videos on our website, so that other students can learn more about the diverse and important career opportunities in BC's minerals industry. Thank you to Eric Rustand for his direction on this project, the students who created the videos, and a special thanks to the "stars" of the interviews, BC's valuable minerals industry workers.