Iron Ring Reflection: Chrissy Ure

An Irong Ring What is the Iron Ring "The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer," is a "solemn expression of intention to adhere to the highest ideals of the engineering profession" that a Canadian engineering student takes part in before they officially graduate. During the ceremony, the student is presented with a

College Challenge Report: George Brown College

The College Student Challenge is a student competition that takes place during National Engineering Month every March. Teams of up to 5 students work together with their local OACETT chapter and volunteers to host one or more public outreach events in their local community. We've asked all the College Challenge entrants to submit a report

Engineering #RoleModels

#RoleModels! National Engineering Month is brought to you by engineers and engineering technicians and technologists across Canada! Every March, real-world professionals take time out of their day to share their stories with youth and give you a small taste of what a future career in engineering would look like. With that it mind, it isn't

OACETT: Engineering Technicians and Engineering Technologists

What’s the difference between an Engineer and an Engineering Technologist? National Engineering Month is a lot of fun, but do you see yourself being involved in engineering as a career? You may have heard of Professional Engineers: in Canada to become an Engineer it requires a 4-year university degree, plus an additional few years of experience

The Faces of NEM – Jerome James, P. Eng.

To enhance the National Engineering Month experience, we are profiling Engineers or Engineering Technologists this March. We’ll be focusing on highlighting diversity in the careers and individuals interviewed across Canada. Today we have a chat with Jerome James, P. Eng., a Conservation and Demand Program Analyst at Alectra Utilities. Think of a moment from your past when you

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