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February 19

High School Design Challenge

February 19 - February 23

ESSCO is working with Engineering societies across Ontario to run a high school competition for grade 9 and 10 students. The goal is to encourage students to maintain thier interest in STEM and continue taking their science and math prerequisites. The competition will include students being split into groups and tackling a fun engineering problem with limited materials and resources.

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February 23

Innovation Station: Engineering Your Life 2019

February 23
St. Clair College, 2000 Talbot Road West
Windsor, N9A 6S4 Canada

Events, Activities and Displays Include: - Popsicle Bridge Building Competition with two sessions and multiple category prizes - Windsor-Essex Chapter Professional Engineers Ontario booth - Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists booth - University of Windsor Faculty of Engineering booth - St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology School of Engineering Technologies booth - Canada South Science City booth - Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority booth - Student-built race cars and concrete canoe - Mad Science activities - SchoolHouse…

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Mathletics, Popsicle Bridge

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March 1

Niagara Engineering Week Luncheon

March 1
Club Italia, 2525 Montrose Rd
Niagara Falls, L2E 6S4 Canada

The Niagara Engineering Week luncheon is an event that brings together the Niagara engineering community both present and future. Its an opportunity for different industry leaders and colleagues to get together and connect with students. This event will feature presentations, awards and a fundraiser for a student bursary program. This is a well attended event!

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Bridge building/Mall display

March 1 - March 7
Dynamic Earth / New Sudbury Shopping Centre, 1349 Lasalle Blvd
Sudbury, P3A 1Z2 Canada

Yearly PEO bridge building event where students who have built balsa wood bridges destructively test them. Other even consisting of interactive display at a local shopping center showcasing engineering in the world around us.

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ESSCO Car Push

March 1 - March 31

For decades, engineering students across Ontario have been pushing buses and cars around their local regions as tradition. This year, we want to start a new tradition of collaboration by creating an All-Ontario Car Push to bring the profession of engineering together, to show that together we can make a world of difference. Our goal is to bring practicing engineers and engineers to be together from across Ontario together to take part in a car push and raise money for…

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March 2

FIRST Robotics Competition

March 2 - March 3
Durham College, Durham College Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre, 2000 Simcoe Street North
Oshawa, L1H 7K4 Canada

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It's as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Each FIRST Robotics Competition is an event where teams compete for awards and a spot at the Ontario Provincial Championship. Events offer students an amazing experience as they…

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PEO Design and Build Competition

March 2
Niagara College Canada, 100 Niagara College Blvd
Welland, L3C 7L3 Canada

The PEO Design and Build Competition targets secondary school students. The format of the competition is as follows: two (2) weeks prior to the competition date, the engineering problem is released to students. During these two weeks, students research the topic and come up with a design plan. On the day of the competition, students will be given four (4) hours to build their prototype. All building materials will be supplied on the day of competition. Students are not allowed…

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Engineering Circus

March 2
Georgain College, 1 Georgian Dr
Barrie, L4M 3X9 Canada

Welcome to the Engineering Circus! This event is for students (and their parents) in SK through grade 4 to interact hands on with engineering concepts and experiments.

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NEM 2019

March 2
Holy Trinity Catholic School, 2420 Sixth Line
Oakville, L6H 5Z8 Canada

Our annual event will take place at a local school: Holy trinity Catholic school. Every year we have a large of group of student volunteers as well as board members and volunteers at large from the chapter that participate and introduce various disciplines of engineering to children in the form of contests, interactive models and displays and presentations.

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Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Challenge

March 2
Bramalea Secondary School, 510 Balmoral Drive
Brampton, L6T 1W4 Canada

March 2, 2019 - PEO Brampton Chapter Popsicle stick Bridge Building Challenge for grade 4 to grade 8 students in the Brampton and surrounding area. Students design and build their bridges and present their research, design process and methods to a panel of Professional Engineer judges. Bridges are tested to failure and students watch the results on the big screen. Top teams are awarded prizes.

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GETSET2019

March 2
London Scout HQ, 531 Windermere Road
London, N5X 2T1 Canada

21ST ANNUAL NEM EVENT GETSET2019 THEME THIS YEAR WILL BE ROBOTICS The London Chapter of OACETT, PEO London, and UWO and Lets Talk Scienceinvites you to spend an exciting day at London Scout HQ, 531 Windermere Road. Members of the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT), assisted by UWO and Lets Talk Science Program, will host hands on displays for youth members to explore technology. The London Chapter of The Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) will help…

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Engineering Discovery Day

March 2
Lambton Mall, 1380 London Road
Sarnia, N7S 1P8 Canada

The public is invited to participate in pick up challenges where we use simple objects to demonstrate a scientific principle. All booths are geared toward hands-on participation. For example, we will have a booth that encourages the public to make slime while learning about polymerization, and another on buoyancy while participants guess what floats or sinks. Booths are targeted toward elementary school children. Participants are given a discovery day passport - when they visit a set number of booths they…

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Engineering & Technology Day

March 2
Nordmin Group of Companies, 160 Logan Ave
Thunder Bay, P7A 6R1 Canada

The Thunder Bay Chapter of OACETT will host "Engineering & Technology Day" on Saturday March 02, 2019. The children will learn about and participate in engineering activities such as: Popsicle Stick Bridge Building, Water Levelling and Electric Circuits. It will be a fun day filled with learning and achievement.

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Just for Girls weekend events to celebrate engineering

March 2

Just for Girls weekend events to celebrate engineering (est. 50 students, 30 parents) - March 2

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13 events during March and April

Annualy since 2006, Thousand Islands Chapter PEO in partnership with teachers and as many as 13 schools within the Upper Canada District School Board has held a series of Popsicle Stick Bridge Building competitions throughout the month of March. These competitions are held in-school during school hours and in many cases involve the entire staff and student body. Because the month of March has only 3 full weeks of class time due to "March Break" we are limited to 12…

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Engineering Idol 2019

March 2 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Bahen Center, University of Toronto, 40 St George St
Toronto, M5S 2E4 Canada

Students from across the GTA compete in a one day competition. Each year provides a new and exciting challenge that requires presenting, promoting and building a prototype for the given years theme. The students are provided the unveil package in December and are to provide a preliminary report outlining how they will meet the problem statement. Then - after receiving input from professionals in the engineering field - they have 2 months to build their design and prepare their presentation.…

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March 3

1UPToronto Conference

March 3
Ryerson University School of Urban & Regional Planning, 105 Bond Street., 4th Floor
Toronto, M5B 2K3 Canada

From high school students to working professional, the 1UPToronto Conference will bring together around 75-100 participants. The goal of the conference is to reach out to the youth of our city and help them become an active part in creating positive change. We will have professionals speak about their experience in the city-building industry. Students from our school chapters will speak on their experiences of making a difference in their own communities. There will also be workshops in which student…

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March 4

SEA Presents National Engineering Month

March 4
Seneca College (Newnham), 1750 Finch Ave E
Toronto, M2J 2X5 Canada

This annual event is a day-long symposium focused on low impact development (LID) techniques with an aim to mitigate adverse effects on the built environment covering topics such as storm water management, flash flooding and sediment and erosion control. The event will host speakers experienced in the industry including professionals in the public and private sector whom work collectively to minimize environmental hazards. In addition, SEA will offer a competition to encourage and challenge local secondary students to offer innovative…

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March 5

Peterborough Engineering Challenge

March 5
Evinrude Centre, 911 Monaghan Rd
Peterborough, K9J 5K5 Canada

This year the students will construct an aircraft. They will be given all of the necessary instructions and materials at the start of the event. They will have a few hours to build and then the aircraft will be tested against a variety of criteria. We will also have an introductory presentation where we get into some of the details of the science/physics behind what they are doing. There will also be a written work package that the students will…

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Renewable Energy Systems

March 5
Sheridan College – Davis Campus, 7899 McLaughlin Rd.
Brampton, L6Y 5H9 Canada

We are inviting students within Brampton to explore four renewable energy systems: 1) solar photovoltaics, 2) small wind turbine and generator, 3) hydrogen fuel cell and its principles, 4) hybrid energy systems. Students will attend a 90 minutes session and explore all four technologies. Experiments will be run in groups of two, and each session will have a maximum of 18 students. The event will be offered for registration four times during the NEM.

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Pop-up workshops at Elementary Schools

March 5

Pop-up workshops at Elementary Schools (est. 60 students) - March 5 confirmed, waiting for additional dates

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March 6

STEM Day

March 6
Linbrook School, 1079 Linbrook Road
Oakville, L6J 2L2 Canada

Students will participate in S.T.E.M. Day where they will learn all about careers in S.T.E.M., take part in hands-on activities and get to experience STEM first hand!

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The Amazing Math Race

It involves college students, OACETT Members, Faculty Members and other volunteers to promote STEM in our daily lives. Race participants (Teams of 2) are challenged to solve mathematical problems quickly at various stations, using thinking skills to solve assignments without the use of technology. This is to reinforce our strategic priorities and enhance our communications with college folks. After completion of 5 Main challenges, teams are ranked by time and awarded prizes. 80 participants registered last year.

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Diversity in Engineering Panel

March 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Georgain College, 1 Georgian Dr
Barrie, L4M 3X9 Canada

The Diversity in Engineering Panel will feature local engineers of all backgrounds who are in various points of their career (college students, co-op students, early career and advanced career) speaking to impressionable youth from local high schools. This event is intended to be an open, honest conversation about the highs and lows of working in a traditionally undiversified industry. The students will be able to speak to panelists and hear their unique paths into their careers. This fits with the…

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March 7

National Engineering Month Launch

March 7
Beamish Munro Hall, 45 Union Street
Kingston, K7L 3N6 Canada

Open Mic is the kick off for Queen's Engineers Without Borders' NEM! The purpose of the event is to introduce what National Engineering Month is about, encourage inclusivity celebrate the various talents Queen's Engineers have outside of the classroom. During the afternoon, from 2-5pm, there will be a booth set up where volunteers will reach out to students to have them write down what engineering means to them. We plan to give out NEM souvenirs to participants and encourage them…

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Old South Technology Challenge

March 7
South Collegiate Institute, 371 Tecumseh Avenue East
London, N6C 1T4 Canada

South London elementary students eagerly anticipate Old South Technology Challenge. Teams of Grade 5 and 6 students from local South London elementary schools will converge on the South Collegiate Institutes (SCI) High School campus for the annual Old South Technology Challenge again this year for a full day of excitement, intrigue and accomplishment. Two teams of three members each are selected by the participating schools and arrive knowing only that they will each be given an identical engineering challenge where…

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3D Printing

March 7

1- 3D Printing Workshop: As it is one of the top on-demand skills and criteria required in the engineering design, the student chapter is planning to organize a 3D printing workshop for the students to help them having a better exposure to additive manufacturing where speed plays an important factor in the process and this skill will help them overcome it. The student chapter collaborate with one of the specialized firms in the GTA to provide such service and tutorial.

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New Building Tour

March 7 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Georgain College, 1 Georgian Dr
Barrie, L4M 3X9 Canada

An Evening of Networking will invite various groups including consulting firms, students, early career professionals, faculty and industry representatives to come together. This event plans to utilize the new building space at Georgian College to both promote engineering in the college as well as the new part of the campus through a guided building tour. This event will feature some unique experiences, such as one-on-one discussion areas, speed networking and ice-breaker events. More than just your average-mingle, this event is…

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March 8

International Women’s Day

March 8
Seneca College Newnham Campus, 1750 Finch Ave East Great Hall A1531A,B
North York, M2J 2X5 Canada

This event is dedicated to International Women's Day. We will have a panel with three to four women speakers who will speak about their experiences as women in the field of engineering. We will also have an egg drop competition during this time.

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Egg Drop Competition

March 8
Seneca College Newnham Campus, 1750 Finch Ave East Great Hall A1531A,B
North York, M2J 2X5 Canada

2. International Women's Day Event (March 8, 2019; 13:00 - 17:00) Half day event Egg drop competition with a grand prize winner (13:00 - 14:15) Refreshments and hot drinks will be served 3-4 Speakers for the panel from 15:00 to 17:00

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Engineering the Future

March 8
John Polanyi Collegiate Institute, 640 Lawrence Ave W
North York, M6A 1B1 Canada

Engineering the Future is a one-day event that highlights various engineering disciplines. The event will host a panel discussion featuring industry experts and guest speakers who will talk about their career paths and experiences working in engineering. The students will have the opportunity to join the discussion and to network with high-profile industry leaders and peers.

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Engineering the Future – Speed Mentoring Event

March 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
John Polanyi Collegiate Institute, 640 Lawrence Ave W
North York, M6A 1B1 Canada

Speed mentoring will bring together various professionals in the Engineering disciplines to introduce students to their path in becoming Engineers. Students and industry professionals will engage in a discussion which explores various engineering industries. Students will have 10 min per engineering mentor that they will sit at a table with who will share a short intro about who they are following by questions from students to help them learn more about their profession. Questions will be provided to help get…

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Lake Effect Robotics Fish Fry & Robotics Demo

March 8 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
KCVI, 235 Frontenac St
Kingston, K7L 3S7 Canada

Come see our World Championship winning robot and enjoy delicious Mike Mundell's Fish and Chips! Meet members of our high school "FIRST Robotics Competition" team and try driving one of our robots. Lake Effect Robotics is a robotics team run by the Limestone District School Board in Kingston, ON. It reaches high school students from Napanee to Sharbot Lake and all points in between. Every year, the students are challenged to build a robot - in 6 weeks - to…

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March 9

Information Booth

March 9
Barrie Farmers Market, 70 Collier St
Barrie, L4M 3M3 Canada

Information booths will be set up at three (3) different times and will feature STEM toys, STEM activities and OACETT marketing material/video. Volunteers will educate the public on how engineering affects their daily lives and aim to spark further interest in the field. The information booths will target a wide range audience in high-foot-traffic areas, strategically chosen to be busy in the month of March.

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Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Competition (BBC)

March 9
Scarborough Civic Center, 150 Borough Drive
Scarborough, M1P 4N7 Canada

Scarborough Chapter of PEO has been conducting annually Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Competition (popularly called BBC), since 2004. It is a competition for Grade 3 to 8 students from Scarborough elementary schools, held in 2 groups – Gr 3-6 Junior and Gr 7-8 Senior. Targeted to be held on first Saturday (or another Saturday during the NEM, depending on availability of venue) at the Scarborough Civic Center. This event is organized to promote awareness of Engineering Profession among junior students,…

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FIRST Robotics Competition

March 9 - March 10
Humber College, North Athletic Centre, Building A, 205 Humber College Blvd.
Toronto, M9W 5L7 Canada

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It's as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Each FIRST Robotics Competition is an event where teams compete for awards and a spot at the Ontario Provincial Championship. Events offer students an amazing experience as they…

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NEM 2019 – Packaging world in Engineering

March 9
Auditorium at Conestoga College Cambridge Campus, 850 Fountain Street
South Cambridge, N3H 0A8 Canada

The event will be a seminar with invited speakers who are professionals from different areas in the packaging industry, at Conestoga College. The main audience is local high school students and other engineering students. The packaging industry is second biggest industry in the world, yet, not many people know about it or packaging engineering programs. The goal of the event will be to provide an opportunity for students to be introduced to the industry and its prospects. The speakers will…

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Global Engineering Youth Summit

March 9

The Global Engineering Youth Summit(GEYS) is a one day conference for high-school students where they have the opportunity to visit Carleton University and learn about the impact of engineering on a global scale. While GEYS serves to encourage high-school students to pursue careers in STEM subjects, it also reminds them that careers in the fields of science and engineering play a significant role in the business, political and international development sectors. The events include multiple workshops themed around topics such…

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Women in Trades and Technology

March 9

The following series of events have been designed to reflect the importance of focusing on young minds and future developments in the evolving realm of engineering, specifically focused on more technologically demanding processes such as Programmable Logic, Green Technology, and Automation. The event series will begin in March and will feature four events, one per week, beginning on March 8th, 2019. Event 1 - Women in Trades and Technology - Breadboard Circuit Workshop - Through Conestoga college, local elementary schools…

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Mathletics Competition

"Mathletics" is a competition designed to create a passion in the application of mathematics in solving day-to-day scientific and engineering problems. Students will be challenged to be active and creative in the use of mathematics. Different facets of mathematics will be introduced and tested. An electronics audience response system (clicker) will be used for participant to answer a series of questions in both numeric and multiple choices format.

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March 10

Discover Engineering

March 10 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Building on past experience and activities, we will create an interactive engineering kiosk: Discover Engineering! The objective of Discover Engineering! will be to showcase various disciplines of engineering through hands on activities and displays. Our kiosk will be set up in a public space (museum and/or mall) to engage the community to discover and explore engineering. The kiosk will consists of engineering volunteers (P.Eng., EIT or engineering Students) from the Professional Engineers Ontario Ottawa Chapter. ; Proposed kiosk activities and…

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March 11

Scientists in School Workshop

March 11
Mississauga Public Library (Malton Branch), 3540 Moring Star Drive
Mississauga, L4T 1Y2 Canada

Join Scientists in School for Obey Newton: It's the Law! where children ages 7-12 will explore Newton's Laws of Motion. Learn how things like to stay put, how size does matter, and how your actions always produce a reaction. You will race water droplets, build a car and design and test a rollercoaster. Physics is fun!

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Building together! Globalization and Technology

March 11 - March 15
Sheridan College Davis Campus, 7899 Mclaughlin Road
Brampton, L6Y 5H9 Canada
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#include Workshops

March 11 - March 15
University of Toronto St. George Campus, 35 St. George Street
Toronto, M5S 1A4 Canada

Lack of resources, high costs for STEM programs and unavailability of mentors in Toronto's 31 priority neighborhoods may create barriers for youth from potentially pursuing STEM professions. To reduce this disparity in exposure, Project Include aims to provide a series of free half-day beginner coding workshops at schools and community centers in March 2019. The workshops will introduce coding through age-appropriate activities in Scratch (grades 3-6) and HTML/CSS (grades 7-8). In total, 10 workshops will be provided for grades 3-10…

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Global Engineering Week at the University of Toronto

March 11 - March 16
Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 55 St George St
Toronto, M5S 1A4 Canada

Global Engineering Week (GE Week) at the University of Toronto is a week-long initiative in March that immerses engineering students from all disciplines to global issues and multidisciplinary thinking. GE Week kicks off with the AI & Big Data: The Future of Global Development speaker panel, where a Google engineer, business executive, and director from the World Bank Group will gather to discuss the applications of these emerging technologies to global development. Students will be able to participate in Q&A…

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Global Engineering Week at the University of Waterloo

March 11 - March 15
University of Waterloo, 200 University Ave W
Waterloo, N2L 3G1 Canada

Global Engineering Week (GE Week) is a week-long initiative in March that exposes engineering students to global issues and multidisciplinary thinking in 3 ways: course curriculum, student-run events, and a speaker series. The week kicks off with a speaker series, where professionals and leaders from industry will present how engineering and technology contribute to global development in their field. Throughout the week, the GE Week curriculum team will partner with several professors to integrate global engineering content into their courses.…

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Hackergal 2.0: Hacking a Business

March 11 @ 8:30 am - March 12 @ 3:00 pm
DMZ Sandbox, 341 Yonge St
Toronto, M5B 1S1 Canada

Throughout this two-day workshop, you will learn to identify problems in your everyday lives, refine your ideas, and generate innovative solutions. It is an exciting opportunity to learn how your ideas can lead to new and inspiring career opportunities in technology!

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March 12

EngBuilds

March 12
UOIT UB Atrium, 20 Founders Drive
Oshawa, L1G 8C4 Canada

Students have a total of 7 hours to build a functioning device to complete a task. Task will be stated on the day of the event.

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Renewable Energy Systems

March 12
Sheridan College – Davis Campus, 7899 McLaughlin Rd.
Brampton, L6Y 5H9 Canada

We are inviting students within Brampton to explore four renewable energy systems: 1) solar photovoltaics, 2) small wind turbine and generator, 3) hydrogen fuel cell and its principles, 4) hybrid energy systems. Students will attend a 90 minutes session and explore all four technologies. Experiments will be run in groups of two, and each session will have a maximum of 18 students. The event will be offered for registration four times during the NEM.

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K’Nex Design Competition

March 12
ACEB Atrium, Western University, 1151 Richmond Street
London, N6G 1G8 Canada

We will be hosting an event where students in teams of 4 will be constructing a tower out of KNex pieces. Pieces will be obtained through a game and storyline all based off conveying the idea of the Triple Bottom Lines; an accounting framework that evaluates a venture on its social and environment impacts, in addition to conventional financial performance. This will be a competition to build the strongest tower, where the strength will be based off of the towers…

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Enjoy your life.

March 12

We as a packaging program students are so excited to know that there is an event like this. It can test our challenge and knowledge and we can figure out how well we can apply our learning to real life products. During this procedure, we can experience issues and something may come out, we can cooperate well each other as a team.

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UNiversity of Ottawa Career Talk

March 12 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
University of Ottawa, 75 Laurier Ave E room no. TBD
Ottawa, K1K 2X5 Canada

Building on past experience and activities, we will create an interactive engineering kiosk: Discover Engineering! The objective of Discover Engineering! will be to showcase various disciplines of engineering through hands on activities and displays. Our kiosk will be set up in a public space (museum and/or mall) to engage the community to discover and explore engineering. The kiosk will consists of engineering volunteers (P.Eng., EIT or engineering Students) from the Professional Engineers Ontario Ottawa Chapter. ; Proposed kiosk activities and…

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March 13

2019 NEM -PEO Simcoe Muskoka

March 13

Fun and vibrant event, Celebrating engineering achievement; inspiring the next generation of problem solvers, friendly competitions with hands own demos

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Trivia Night at Clark

March 13 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Clark Hall Pub, 30 5 Field Company Ln
Kingston, K7L 3N6 Canada

We will co-host a Trivia Night at Clark Hall Pub. This event will be in collaboration with the Fair Trade portfolio to develop a round of trivia centred around fair trade and engineering. We plan to have fair trade beer available for purchase at the event. First place winners of trivia will receive line skip to Clark Hall Pub. The second and third place winners will receive NEM t-shirts. The goal of this event is to provide knowledge of fair…

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March 14

Earth Rangers Tour

March 14
Earth Rangers Centre, 9520 Pine Valley Drive
Woodbridge, L4H 2Z6 Canada

Earth Rangers is planning a tour to the Earth Rangers Facility located in Wood bridge, Ontario. Earth Rangers offers a variety of tours aiming at educated individuals to adapt more environment friendly behaviors. It will be a great opportunity for students to see the environmentaly friendly technical systems in place to improve sustainability of the facility. We plan to extend invitation to high school students to promote the spirit of Engineering month among a younger generation.

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FPSA Industry Dinner and Career Fair

March 14
Great Hall, Seneca College, 1750 Finch Ave E
Toronto, M2J 2X5 Canada

The Seneca Fire Protection Student Association will be hosting two events to coincide with National Engineering Month 2019. This includes the FPSA the 8th Annual Industry Dinner and Career Fair. These events will provide a way for students in the Fire protection Engineering programs at Seneca to network with industry professionals. At the event will be at least two guest speakers. These speakers will share "After the Fire" -- their story of survival, perseverance, and inspiration. The messages we want…

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NEM2019 Design for 3D Printing Workshop

March 14
Toronto Canada

Have you ever wanted to 3D print your very own design, straight out of your imagination? (Yes you have!) Look no further, because now you can learn all the basics that you need to get started on your very own 3D printed model! Program Overview This collaborative workshop is designed to make you comfortable with designing for 3D printing. Taught by instructors from InkSmith, you will learn how to acquire, create, and make 3D models print-ready with a tour of…

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March 15

Hackathon for Science Education

March 15 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dufferin Mall, 900 Dufferin St
Toronto, M6H 4A9 Canada

A robotic car will be built by 100 to 200 participants to follow lines of different colors and will accomplish tasks over a predetermined course to collect competition points. A pipeline of 3 stations will be set-up (mechanical part assembly, programming & testing, competition). Each station will take 20 minutes to complete. Every 20 minutes, a new round of participants will compete on the main competition course, therefore provide continuous entertainment for the parents/watching audience. Participants will include grade 4…

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March 16

FIRST Robotics Competition

March 16 - March 17
Georgian College, Athletic and Fitness / Student Life Centre, 1 Georgian Drive
Barrie, L4M 4H8 Canada

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It's as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Each FIRST Robotics Competition is an event where teams compete for awards and a spot at the Ontario Provincial Championship. Events offer students an amazing experience as they…

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Hands-on Science and Engineering Mini Science fair

March 16
Eglinton Square, 1, Eglinton square
Scarborough, M1L 2K1 Canada

Hands-on interactive Engineering and Technology exhibits, Displays and Mini Science Fair. Over 20 tables of Hands-on Experiments, activities and demonstrations, Hourly Raffle prizes as well as information booths from OACETT, Chemical Institute of Canada, Women in Technology and Engineering. Scientist in School. More information and volunteer opportunities please contact Pasha Mohammed, email: abbupasha@yahoo.com, Tel: 416-820-1600

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K’nex bridge building competition

March 16 - March 17
Kitchener Museum, 10 King St W
Kitchener, N2G 1A3 Canada

K'nex bridge building competition- A 2-day event wherein kids from ages 3 to 10 are encouraged to build bridge structure than can support a specified weight. Volunteers from engineering society of the University of Waterloo helps explain to the kids the strength of structures. Winners will receive K'nex build sets. Promotes engineering profession to the youth.

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Kingston annual Bridge Busting Challenge

March 16
Cataraqui Centre Kingston, Canada

No engineering degree required! The Kingston chapter annual Bridge Busting Challenge invites local community members of all ages to construct their best popsicle stick bridge. Bridges will be judged on their overall strength, visual aesthetic, and complexity of design. Come out and challenge local engineers and aspiring engineers with your most creative bridge design!

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March 17

UP4 The Challenge

March 17
Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave
Toronto, M4W 3X8 Canada

As part of a new initiative called UP4 The Challenge, we will be organizing two events in partnership with Evergreen at the Toronto Brick Works. Both events will be aimed at youth in grades 7-10, to create awareness about how science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) support solutions to social and environmental challenges in the community, in this case sustainable cities and urban agriculture. The first event will offer drop-in style activities -- approximately 15 minutes in length -- during…

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Discover Engineering

March 17 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Canadian Science & Tech Museum, 1867 St Laurent Blvd
Ottawa, K1K 2X5 Canada

Building on past experience and activities, we will create an interactive engineering kiosk: Discover Engineering! The objective of Discover Engineering! will be to showcase various disciplines of engineering through hands on activities and displays. Our kiosk will be set up in a public space (museum and/or mall) to engage the community to discover and explore engineering. The kiosk will consists of engineering volunteers (P.Eng., EIT or engineering Students) from the Professional Engineers Ontario Ottawa Chapter. ; Proposed kiosk activities and…

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March 18

Bridge Building

March 18
Seneca College Newnham Campus, 1750 Finch Ave East Great Hall A1531A,B
North York, M2J 2X5 Canada

3. Bridge Building (March 18th, 2019; 13:00 - 15:00) Maximum teams of four Three categories - Aesthetics, strength, and compliance to design Design contest Grand prize winner will be based off of strength

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There’s a Place for You Conference

March 18
Seneca College Newnham Campus, 1750 Finch Ave East Great Hall A1531A,B
North York, M2J 2X5 Canada

1 "There's a Place For You" Conference. (March 18, 2019; 09:00 - 12:00) Invitations to college and high school students and alumni Invitations to external industry professionals Complimentary breakfast 6-9 Civil focused industry speakers Catered lunch Kahoot.it quiz Raffle

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W.I.E

March 18 - March 22

We are returing this year with the same concept of informing young girls about the opportunities that Engineering can offer to them but, with new ways to get them more involved and speak with more woman in the Engineering field.

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March 19

Pink mBot Robot Race

March 19
Blackburn Hamlet Sparks, 46 Centrepark Drive
Gloucester, K1B 3C1 Canada

Let's get ready to RUMBLE!!! We would like to have the girls race a couple of pink MakeBlock mBot STEM Educational Programmable Robots. The lead instructor owns a blue Ranger Transformable 3-in-1 MakeBlock mBot, which may make a lively appearance. Using the the wifi or bluetooth enabled editions, the girls will have a chance to learn and use programming skills. The students may also use recycled materials to design an obstacle course to challenge the robots. Tablets will be borrowed…

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Renewable Energy Systems

March 19
Sheridan College – Davis Campus, 7899 McLaughlin Rd.
Brampton, L6Y 5H9 Canada

We are inviting students within Brampton to explore four renewable energy systems: 1) solar photovoltaics, 2) small wind turbine and generator, 3) hydrogen fuel cell and its principles, 4) hybrid energy systems. Students will attend a 90 minutes session and explore all four technologies. Experiments will be run in groups of two, and each session will have a maximum of 18 students. The event will be offered for registration four times during the NEM.

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Beyond Engineering Career Night

March 19
Thornborough Atrium, University of Guelph, 50 Stone Road E
Guelph, N1G 2W1 Canada

Have you ever wondered what you can do with your engineering degree? The answer is that there are endless opportunities - engineering is a place where everyone can find their niche. Come listen to a variety of professionals who have gone into careers with their engineering degrees that are 'outside the box' and become inspired about where your degree might take you.

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March 22

QMS Rube Goldberg Challenge Showcase

March 22
Quinte Mohawk School, 1624 York Road
Deseronto, K0K 1X0 Canada

Rube Goldberg Challenge: Outreach staff will work with the students and teachers of Quinte Mohawk School's grades 7 and 8 classes on a systems design challenge - Rube Goldberg Machines. The week-long design and build activity will culminate in a public showcase of the machines, where students will demonstrate and answer questions about their designs. Attendees to the showcase are encouraged to vote on a "people's choice" finalist for best design!

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If you can build it!

March 22

We are hosting a competition for students, where we bring items to students and have them create a machine that would allow an egg to launch 7 feet and land without breaking the egg. We would break up students into teams of four, and give them 6 hours to create a design and present their project to the judges, people who are distinguished professionals in their field of engineering. The items would include simple household items such as rubber bands…

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Engineering our Future Together

March 22
The Arnie, 135 Fennell Ave W
Hamilton, L9C 0E5 Canada

A conference that is inner city and Indigenous, to demonstrate the many opportunities available for students. A panel of various industry speakers will be invited to discuss their jobs and career paths. In order to ensure our message lasts, we will be providing a workshop for guidance counselors to learn about the opportunities provided by engineering and technology programs.

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Power of Data

March 22
SciNet Supercomputer Center Toronto/ Vaghan, M5G 0A3 Canada

Discuss digital learners new ways of knowledge crowdsourcing, reasoning and critical thinking empowered by Big Data. Review students project developed across the country within the National Big Data Challenge for High School Students and their implemenation with academic supercomputers

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Smithfield Design Symposium

March 22

A group of public schools will present a design symposium of engineering innovation and design. Teams of students will showcase their solution to a real life challenge and compete to place first in the symposium.

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World Water Day

March 22
Spencer Engineering Building, Western University, 1151 Richmond St
London, N6A 3K7 Canada

World Water Day is an annual UN observance day, on March 22. World Water Day is about bringing awareness and advocating for the importance of water. For the first time, WWC is organizing an event to celebrate World Water Day 2019. WWC plans on setting up a booth at the main Engineering building at Western University. The booth will be set up with various fun and educational water related activities, eg: public blind taste testing of bottled water and tap…

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Student Straw Tower Design Challenge

March 22
Lakehead University Fieldhouse, 955 Oliver Rd.
Thunder Bay, P7B 5E1 Canada

A team design competition where students are challenged with designing and constructing a tower made solely out of straws and masking tape within fixed dimensional constraints defined by the rules. Given a limited amount of building materials, the goal is to build the most sturdy structure possible. The structure is tested by loading it from the top until failure. The teams that build the strongest towers will be awarded prizes.

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March 23

WiSE Girl Guides Badge Day

March 23 - March 24
Beamish Munro Hall, 45 Union Street
Kingston, K7L 3N6 Canada

Women in Science and Engineering's Girl Guides Badge Day invites school age girls from the Kingston area to the Queen's campus to take part in fun science experiments and engineering projects, for which they earn their STEM badge with us. We strive to engage all attending Girl Guides in the possibilities within the sciences and engineering. Our goal is to spark an interest and love for the sciences and engineering in the girls, as they are the future of these…

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HYPERLOOP Ottawa Valley 2018

March 23
Algonquin College Waterfront Campus, 1 College Way
Pembroke, K8A 0C8 Canada

This event will be incorporated into the technology curriculum in the schools and overflow to a interactive presentation to be held at Algonquin College Waterfront Campus on March 23,2019. As well as support from TransPod Partners We can stimulate students to research the typography of there local geography to deturmin the fit of this new technology to there communities.

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Bridge Building Challenge

March 23
Tomken Road Middle School, 3200 Tomken Rd
Mississauga, L4Y 2Y6 Canada

The annual Bridge Building Challenge operated by the PEO Mississauga Chapter will be held on Saturday, March 23rd 2019. All teams that register will be provided with a kit of 200 popsicle sticks, white school glue, and a set of rules. The challenge will be to research and create a design for a bridge and then build it from the supplied kit of popsicle sticks. On the day of the event, teams will bring their assembled bridge and give a…

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FIRST Robotics Competition

March 23 - March 24
York University, Tait McKenzie Centre, 1 Thompson Rd
North York, M3J 1P3 Canada

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It's as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Each FIRST Robotics Competition is an event where teams compete for awards and a spot at the Ontario Provincial Championship. Events offer students an amazing experience as they…

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Engineering in Hockey

March 23
Coca Cola Coleseum – Home of the Toronto Marlies, 45 Manitoba Drive
Toronto, M6K 3C3 Canada

ENGINEERING IN HOCKEY - Hockey is one of Canada's top sports, its somthing that anyone at every walk of life is excited about. With NEM we fully believe we can emphasize the the role of engineering in all facets of hockey - from designing the sticks, to ensuring the ice is in perfect condition to the arena itself. The sport involves almost all engineering disciplines - from mechanical (building environment design and controls), electrical (proper lighting) , structural (the arena…

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So You Think You Can Solder?

March 23

The search is on to find Conestogas ultimate soldering champions! Competitors will have 20 minutes to complete a soldering challenge. Starting with simple through-hole (TH) soldering all the way to extremely tiny surface-mount technology (SMT) soldering, the soldering challenge increases in difficulty as you move on to the next level on the board. The event will feature industry professionals as judges, a catered lunch, and prizes for the top three winners. In order to make this more inclusive to people…

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Algonquin Bridge Building Challenge

March 23
Pembroke Mall, 1100 Pembroke St E
Pembroke, ON K8A 8S5 Canada

This popsicle stick bridge-building challenge is open to students in grades 5 to 12 from the Ottawa Valley. Teams of students build their bridges according to the rules provided ahead of the event. They present their bridge to a judging panel consisting of professional engineers. Bridges will be tested to failure with students watching the results in person. Prizes are awarded for the most successful bridges (defined as the highest strength-to-weight ratio). Contact Bob Radenovic, P.Eng., 613-584-3311, Ext 45141 or…

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Mathletics, Popsicle Bridge

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Mathletics competition 2019

Mathletics Competition 2019 A math competition among grades 5, 6 7 & 8 students in our chapter geographical boundary, usually composed of 70 students, on the topic of math and physics with applications of engineering principles. This event promotes the engineering profession to the youth.

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PEO Sudbury NEM Mall Event

March 23

The event has been dubbed the 'PEO Sudbury Mall Event' We have been running this for a few years now and it's always a big hit with the local community. We set up a bunch of different groups in the middle of a popular mall center and have live interactive demos put on by student groups, our local science center and engineering firms. The goal is to provide stimulating examples of how engineering affects our everyday lives as well as…

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WiSE Girl Guides Badge Day

March 23 @ 9:00 am - March 24 @ 4:00 pm
Beamish-Munro Hall, 45 Union Street West Room 313
Kingston, K7L 3N6 Canada

On WiSE Girl Guide Badge Days, Girl Guides from the Kingston area come to Queen's campus for a day to take part in hands-on engineering and science activities, while learning about the important role women have in STEM. At the end of the day, the girls will have met their badge requirements to earn a Girl Guides badge related to science and/or engineering. All of the volunteers in this program are women currently studying different areas of science or engineering.…

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NEM 2019 -National Engineering Month (NEM) –

March 23 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Georgian College, Athletic and Fitness / Student Life Centre, 1 Georgian Drive
Barrie, L4M 4H8 Canada

Activities include Popsicle stick bridge, catapult, rubber-powered car competitions, quiz on knowledge of the Engineering Profession, demonstrations & coding of Raspeberry Pi, Arduino computers, radio and electric motor building, water treatment processes, robots, spaghetti structures , Tinker Lab LIVE where you can get wired with the Barrie Public Library pop-up activity station! Have fun, experiment, and create!

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March 24

UP4 The Challenge

March 24
Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave
Toronto, M4W 3X8 Canada

As part of a new initiative called UP4 The Challenge, we will be organizing two events in partnership with Evergreen at the Toronto Brick Works. Both events will be aimed at youth in grades 7-10 to create awareness about how science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) support solutions to social and environmental challenges in the community, in this case sustainable cities and urban agriculture. The first event will offer drop-in style activities -- approximately 15 minutes in length -- during…

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March 25

Water for the World

March 25 - March 29
GTA – multiple locations. Note: These events cannot be attended by the general public, as they are closed to pre-arranged student groups., Steeles Library 375 Bamburgh Cir C107, Scarborough, ON M1W 3Y1 Maria A. Shchuka Library 1745 Eglinton Ave W, York, ON M6E 2H4 Goldhawk Park Library 295 Alton Towers Cir, Scarborough, ON M1V 4P1 Fairview Library 35 Fairview Mall Dr, North York, ON M2J 4S4 Pape/Danforth Library 701 Pape Avenue, Toronto, ON M4K 3S6 Deer Park Library 40 St. Clair Avenue East, Toronto, ON M4T 1M9 Cliffcrest Library 3017 Kingston Road, Toronto, ON M1M 1P1 Jane Sheppard Library 1906 Sheppard Avenue West, Toronto, ON M3L 1Y7 North York Central Library 5120 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M2N 5N9 Lillian H. Smith Library 239 College Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1R5 Thorncliffe Library 48 Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto, ON M4H 1J7 Centennial Library 578 Finch Avenue West, Toronto, ON M2R 1N7 Bendale Library 1515 Danforth Road, Toronto, ON M1J 1H5 Albion Library 1515 Albion Road, Toronto, ON M9V 1B2 Richview Library 1806 Islington Ave, Toronto, ON M9P 3N3 Bloor/Gladstone Library 1101 Bloor St, Toronto, ON M6H 1M7 Homa: 529 Vaughan Road, Toronto ON M4S 1JS 2335 Dufferin St, York, ON M6E 3S5 3131 Morning Star Drive, Mississauga, ON L4T1X3 1101-250 Heath Street West M5P3L4 Canada

Water for the World (W4TW) works in conjunction with National Engineering Month (NEM), the Toronto Public Library (TPL) and Engineers of Tomorrow (EoT) to deliver workshops, led by engineering and social innovation volunteers, to students in grades 7-8. The interactive workshops, which involve a water filter building activity, are intended to educate, generate insightful discussion, and raise awareness about how students, science and engineering play a role in promoting access to resources like drinking water. In the next 25 years,…

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March 26

Renewable Energy Systems

March 26
Sheridan College – Davis Campus, 7899 McLaughlin Rd.
Brampton, L6Y 5H9 Canada

We are inviting students within Brampton to explore four renewable energy systems: 1) solar photovoltaics, 2) small wind turbine and generator, 3) hydrogen fuel cell and its principles, 4) hybrid energy systems. Students will attend a 90 minutes session and explore all four technologies. Experiments will be run in groups of two, and each session will have a maximum of 18 students. The event will be offered for registration four times during the NEM.

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32nd Techno-Challenge

March 26 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

32nd Annual Techno-Challenge. This two day event features our Popsicle Stick Bridge competition, Mad 4 CAD drafting challenge, Popsicle stick boat race, and other technology and technical challenges. The focus of the event is to encourage and showcase the technical skills of local high school students, and our students in Civil and Architectural engineering.

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March 27

Open House & Symposium

March 27
St Pauls Catholic Secondary, 15 Tripp Blvd
Trenton, K8B 6M2 Canada

Our goal is to provide examples of Applied Science and Engineering Technologies at the select tables to discuss projects, careers, education and any other question as they arise. This is an opportunity to display , a sample of work on a project board, a device or equipment that will represent the type of work and the industry related to your discipline. We hope to display all 15 OACETT recognized disciplines for a most successful event. The event is on the…

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Engineering Design Challenge

March 27
Sir William Mulock SS,, 705 Columbus Way
Newmarket, L3X 2M7 Canada

Professional Engineer Ontario York Chapter is organizing an Engineering Design Challenge for grade 7 and 8 students in the York Region. Students in a team of 4 will design and build an object to achieve a goal within 2-3 hours. The teams will be judged on both presentation and the performance of the final product.

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32nd Techno-Challenge

March 27 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

32nd Annual Techno-Challenge. This two day event features our Popsicle Stick Bridge competition, Mad 4 CAD drafting challenge, Popsicle stick boat race, and other technology and technical challenges. The focus of the event is to encourage and showcase the technical skills of local high school students, and our students in Civil and Architectural engineering.

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March 28

BioBuddy

March 28 - March 29
STEM Building, University of Ottawa, 75 Laurier Ave E
Ottawa, K1N9B1 Canada

Bio-Buddy challenges undergraduate and graduate students from across Canada to design and build an infant CPR training manikin while meeting set criteria. The competition offers students valuable experiences such as working in teams and designing, building and debugging solutions for an open-ended problem. These skills will be essential to their future careers as engineers and there are currently very few opportunities for engineering students to apply design ideas to the biomedical domain. The competition will additionally serve as a platform…

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GBC Technology Showcase for Building Automation

March 28
George Brown College, Casa Loma Campus,, 160 Kendal Ave Building C, Room C505
Toronto, M5R 1M3 Canada

Open House Technolgoy Showcase for Home and Building Automation by students from the Electromechanical Engineering Technology - Building Automation program.

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ONT District Windsor Essex Great Lakes Event

March 28 - March 29
University of Windsor St. Denis Centre, 2555 College Ave
Windsor, N9B 3P4 Canada

We participate in the FIRST robotics competition. This March we will be participating in a FIRST robotics district competition in Windsor, ON. Our students will be tasked to design, build and program a functioning robot for competition in only 6 weeks. Team will be attending this event from all over Ontario, North America, and the world!

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STEAM EXPO

March 28 - March 30
Science Village, 225 Fifth Avenue
Timmins, P4N 0B2 Canada

STEAM EXPO (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) is an event designed to encourage the interaction and collaboration between students and community professionals. The purpose is to apply knowledge and understanding of science, technology, engineering, art, and math to conduct in-depth, real-world investigations. The process includes mentorships, demonstrations of classroom science explorations, and extensions of the inquiry process posed in youth note-booking journals. The exhibition itself will offer a venue for students to demonstrate the results of their STEAM studies, professionals…

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March 29

OACETT Georgian Bay

March 29

Are you female in grades 9, 10, or 11? Ever thought about engineering? Here is a chance for you to learn what engineers do! The main thing they do is solve problems. So why do we need more females in engineering? To solve problems better! Come meet other females in the engineering field and participate in a variety of activities where you can find where in engineering you belong!

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2019 Engineering Month Luncheon

March 29
Fogolar Furlan, 1800 N Service Rd
Windsor, N8W 1Y3 Canada

We host an "Engineering Month Luncheon" in partnership with the University of Windsor, St. Clair College, OACETT and local engineering professionals. At the luncheon, several awards/prizes are presented, including Technologist of the Year, Engineer of the Year, Top 3 under 30, High School Design Competition, scholarships and poster competition. Each luncheon is themed, and this year's theme is Engineering and Medicine. The luncheon is designed to promote the engineering and engineering technology professions and increase public awareness.

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FIRST Robotics Competition

March 29 - March 30
Nippissing University, Robert J. Surtees Athletic Centre (Nipissing University), 100 College Drive
North Bay, P1B 8L7 Canada

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It's as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Each FIRST Robotics Competition is an event where teams compete for awards and a spot at the Ontario Provincial Championship. Events offer students an amazing experience as they…

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2019 Bridge Breaking Competition

March 29
St Joseph Scholard Hall High School, 675 O'Brien St
North Bay, P1B 9R3 Canada

The bridge building competition is part of an ongoing PEO outreach program which seeks to foster innovation in schools. The competition introduces and discusses real-life technical issues faced by modern engineers, complementing the curricula being taught in schools. Students grades 5 to 12, construct bridges from balsa wood. that will be tested to destruction to determine the load carrying ability of the structures and will be judged on the basis of craftsmanship, conformity to guidelines and engineering content. There are…

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March 30

NEM Gala

March 30
Queen’s University, TBD
Kingston, K7M 6G4 Canada

NEM Speaker Series at Queen's University is an event to celebrate the end of National Engineering Month and will be conducted at Queen's University! The event will be attended by members of the Queen's chapter and the Queen's student population. It will be held as a speaker series and will including speakers who will talk on their experience and ideas revolving EWB and NEM.

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Durham Popsicle Stick Bridge Competition

This will be our 14th annual popsicle stick bridge building competition. We invite all elementary school students (grades 4 to 8) in Durham region to participate. Students build a popsicle stick bridge using not more than 200 popsicle span 500mm before the event. Teams bring their bridges to our event and we will judge and test each bridge to find the strongest bridge.

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Impromptu Design Competition

March 30
Chatham-Kent Secondary School, 285 McNaughton Ave E
Chatham, N7L 2G7 Canada

We are hosting an Impromptu Design Competition every year in March for grades 7-12. They are given the criteria the day-of and have to work as a team to build a working prototype and compete against others.

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Bridge the Engineering Gap

March 30 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
St. Lawrence College,, 100 Portsmouth Avenue
Kingston, K7L 5A6 Canada

Students from in and around Kingston will build bridges out of popsicle sticks in the months leading up to the main event, where they will be subject to increasing loading until they break. Local groups will showcase different applications of engineering in the real world, and guests will participate in engineering-related activities for prizes.

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The Catapult Challenge

March 30 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
S. Water Stewart Toronto Public Library, 170 Memorial Park Ave
Toronto, M4J 2K5 Canada

Fifty grade-school students and their parents are invited to participate in The Catapult Challenge, an interactive workshop where you can design and built different catapults. Each catapult will undergo several tests to determine accuracy and power! Volunteers will also be showcasing what engineering is, what it means to be an engineer and the value of continuing STEM in school.

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April 6

FIRST Robotics Competition

April 6 - April 7

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It's as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Each FIRST Robotics Competition is an event where teams compete for awards and a spot at the Ontario Provincial Championship. Events offer students an amazing experience as they…

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April 13

FIRST Robotics Competition

April 13 - April 14

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It's as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Each FIRST Robotics Competition is an event where teams compete for awards and a spot at the Ontario Provincial Championship. Events offer students an amazing experience as they…

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June 23

Sault Ste. Marie Engineering Month Event

June 23
Sault Ste. Marie Station Mall, 293 Bay Street
Sault Ste. Marie, P6A 1X3 Canada

We are planning on running a series of engineering outreach activities in various local schools working with the schoolboards leading up to the March 23rd Mall event. On Sat (March 23rd) we will be hosting our annual engineering day at the mall. This includes engineering displays from local businesses, a team math challenge, colouring contests, robotics displays and other exciting interactive displays.

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