Applications closed for #NEM2022
Below you’ll find information about leading an event at NEM Ontario
In 2022, NEM Ontario events will be delivered using a hybrid model and focused on lifelong learning. In these times of great adaptation, nothing is as powerful as practicing how to learn and expanding our perspectives as a community.
We will support event leaders to run online zoom events designed for learning outcomes. Whether you lead a panel discussion, workshop with skill-building components or a networking event, all funded Ontario #NEM2022 events will be geared for post-secondary students, professionals in our community, and interdisciplinary professionals.
All event leaders may apply for up to $500 in funding to cover expenses such as honoraria for experts, marketing, and development costs. Not-for-profit organizations may ask for up to 50% of their funding to cover the time associated with running the event.
All #NEM2022 events will be curated thematically with Engineers Canada for a synched-up national NEM. Your event will be part of an online portal with many awesome learning experiences daily. Here’s a sneak peek at the schedule for NEM 2022.
Week 1 The P.Eng. Designation
Week 2 Lifelong Learning
Week 3 Spotlight on the Engineering Student Challenge
Week 4 Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Week 5 Engineers & Politics
Applications for NEM 2022 are now closed. Thank you to everyone that applied to lead an event. If you have already applied to lead an event, someone from our team will be in touch with you by mid-December. At that time, you’ll be able to choose which week and timeslot work best for your event.
Don’t forget to follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @NEMOntario for the latest updates regarding #NEM2022.
What is a NEM Event?
Event leaders will run online zoom events designed for learning outcomes. Whether you lead a panel discussion, workshop with skill-building components or a networking event, all funded Ontario NEM2022 events will be geared for university students, professionals in our community, and interdisciplinary professionals.
Engineering Student Challenge
An annual competition where post-secondary students enrolled in engineering degree programs compete for a chance to win cash prizes. Students in groups of up to 5 host a NEM event with the opportunity to win cash prizes! Groups work in collaboration with their local Engineering Society and volunteers.
First place= $3,000
Second place= $1,500
Third place= $500