Canada’s largest celebration of engineering excellence is only a couple month and a halfs away! Engineers Canada is looking for leaders in the engineering community to lead events during #NEM2023.
Presented by Engineers Canada each March, National Engineering Month celebrates engineers, their work, and the important role they play in society. Events take place from coast to coast to coast that introduce children and youth to engineering, while other events empower and inspire engineering students, EITs, and early-career engineers to consider their role in society. By leading events during National Engineering Month, you’ll be part of a national campaign of volunteers who are sharing their passion for engineering with the next generation of engineers and engineering leaders.
Engineers Canada is seeking submissions for National Engineering Month events to include in the National Engineering Month national calendars:
Host an event that sparks an interest in the next generation of engineers!
For more than two decades, National Engineering Month has been an opportunity for children and youth to explore engineering with events that demonstrate how rewarding an engineering career can be. If you are hosting an engineering event for children and youth (K-12) during National Engineering Month, submit it to the national calendar.
Host an event for engineering students, EITs, and early-career engineers!
National Engineering Month events also empower and inspire engineering students, EITs, and early-career engineers to consider important questions as they embark on their careers: what is our role, as engineers, in society? What will my impact be as an engineer? How can we use engineering to contribute solutions to today’s biggest challenges? If you are hosting this type of event during National Engineering Month, submit it to the national event calendar.
Join the celebrations!
Submit your events to the national calendars above to demonstrate that you are part of a campaign happening from coast to coast to coast that is advancing the engineering profession, sparking an interest in the next generation of engineering professionals, and celebrating the role that engineers play in our society.