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What’s brewing for Margaret Weryk

While a student at Western University Margaret Weryk completed a 16 month internship with Labatt Breweries as a Microbiology Technician. After she graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Medical Science degree Labatt offered her a full time position to begin right away. A medical science degree and a career in food and beverage processing might not seem like an obvious match. Margaret’s career path is a great example of the countless exciting and challenging opportunities in the sector.

Get ready for your future in food!

Over the next several months, Food and Beverage Ontario will be providing free career mentorship and virtual career fairs through our partners, FoodGrads and Food Processing Skills Canada. Tell us you’re interested by filling in the form.

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