National Engineering Month kicks off with a spotlight on interdisciplinary professions
Monday, March 1, 2021, kicks off the start of Canada’s largest celebration of engineering. National Engineering Month not only offers children and youth the chance to explore the world of engineering with online engineering activities and events, but it is also a chance for the engineering community to celebrate the profession.
2021.02.10 New report finds a lack of Indigenous representation in engineering occupations
The report finds the engineering profession would need thousands more Indigenous engineers to be representative of the number of Indigenous people in the labour force.
2021.02.11 How the CEQB and CEAB have made the shift to virtual volunteering
For nearly a year, the world has been coming to understand what it means to work from home. A veritable avalanche of resources has been produced in the past 11 months, but only a small proportion have explored what it means to volunteer from home.
2021.01.12 Call for volunteers: Engineers Canada seeking engineer volunteers for Future City
Engineers Canada and Engineers of Tomorrow are looking for engineers to volunteer for the Future City Experience.
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