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Investing in the Next Generation

Heading into her first year of engineering at the University of New Brunswick, Lauren Dysart spent her summer working with the Pulp & Paper Division as an Engineering Intern. 


“I learned what it’s like to apply engineering skills in real-life situations,” says Lauren. “Being on-site and seeing the organization of projects and how they are executed efficiently has been an extraordinary experience. It also has provided me with valuable skills that will be helpful as I enter my first year of university.”



A Saint John, NB native, Lauren recently graduated from Saint John High School and was one of five students who received the J.D. Irving, Limited NB Leadership Scholarship at UNB. 


“Being awarded the J.D. Irving Limited NB Leadership Scholarship is a great honour and a highlight of my Grade 12 year,” said Lauren. “Attending UNB to pursue my engineering degree means that I can combine my career path and my passion for helping others right here in my home province.”


This summer, the Pulp & Paper Division welcomed over 45 university and community college students into our operations. We want to wish Lauren and all of our summer students the best as they return to school in the fall!