We introduced the idea of incorporating strategies for diversity in outreach during NEM 2016. This idea remains as relevant as ever. For this week's "Throwback Thursday", we thought we'd highlight a few of the points from the original article. In the NEM 2016 webinar, Dr. Crystal Tse discussed possible explanations behind the enrolment gap between
George Brown student, Macy Kuang, teamed up with Google Development Group (Toronto chapter) to host an "Introduction to hardware hacking" event as part of the NEM College Student Challenge last March. GDG Toronto is an organization that organizes events that feature latest technologies. They love to endorse the tech industry in Ontario. As hardware development
You may have heard about the School Kits that we are offering to K-12 teachers this year. So what are these all about? Well, we think that creating a connection with teachers and their students is a great way to spread the word about National Engineering Month, and the message "There's a place for you!"
Next up for #throwbackthursday: EWB Western’s NEM 2017 Event EWB Western is a student chapter of the organization, Engineers Without Borders Canada. They strive to create globally minded students to be courageous ambassadors for their communities through events during the year. EWB Western has been creating events for NEM for many years now and do
Throughout the month of January, we will be doing a #throwbackthursday feature on a NEM 2017 event. These will include some of the highlights, as well as some "pro tips" that will be useful for NEM 2018 event organizers! First up we have PEO's East Toronto Chapter! East Toronto Chapter PEO is an organization that