In July, Kinross Bald Mountain representatives Matt Miller, Community Relations Professional, and Autumn Rea, Community Relations Professional, traveled to Lake Tahoe, California, to accept an award from the Nevada Association for Career and Technical Education for Bald Mountain’s work on the ‘Human Capital Project.’
The Human Capital Project is focused on employees creating projects for students grades K-12 that help them take their learnings in school and relate them to the mining industry. The project serves as an opportunity for our employees to participate with our local schools, bringing their unique knowledge base to the students in the community while promoting the mining industry.
Captured above, Matt Miller accepts the award on behalf of Kinross.
“It is an honour to receive an award of this level. The Human Capital Project is one of our largest social programs, and every employee has the opportunity to participate,” said Matt. “We are especially proud of Bald Mountain to be recognized by the state of Nevada over larger mines and companies, as it speaks to the dedication of our employees to putting people first. In this case, it is our future, with kids and teens.”