NEM Photo and Video Recap Part 3

It's the last day of March and the NEM photos are still being sent in. Keep 'em coming! If you have any photos to share, contact alanham@ewb.ca to have them featured on our site. PEO & OACETT London Chapters - Elementary School Presentations   OACETT Kingston - Frontenac Cyber Falcons PEO Windsor-Essex - A Wireless World Pawel Lukawski

A Hard Hat Test Drive

London OACETT & PEO Chapters have proudly collaborated to bring 5 presentations to London area elementary schools, on the topic of careers in engineering. Each 1-hour presentation organized and presented Bill Climie, introduced the students to the engineering team concept, where there are job opportunities as either an Engineering Technician, Engineering Technologist or Engineer. During each

Tower of Purple

On March 26th, the CN Tower was lit purple to celebrate National Engineering Month! The lighting was orchestrated through a Rube Goldberg machine organized by the Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario (ESSCO) with many universities taking part. Orchard Park High School. #MacEng #NEM @ESSCO @mostly_harmIess @macengsociety pic.twitter.com/8VHRCfk1Vs— Liam M (@intheCabbage) March 5, 2014 Final setup

NEM Swag

One sight to be seen during many of the National Engineering Month festivities are all the great giveaways handed out to event participants. It has been quite a treat to see the t-shirts, Rubik's cubes, posters and other items out in the wild, spreading the NEM cheer! Thanks to all of our sponsors and volunteers

The Faces of NEM: Radwa Rawoof

During National Engineering Month, hundreds of engineering professionals are volunteering their time to engage their communities. All throughout March we will be profiling them to find out how they are making a world of difference. Water for the World, run yearly during National Engineering Month by the Toronto Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), is an interactive workshop that

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