Leading a National Engineering Month Ontario event has never been easier. With these comprehensive tools and resources in hand, you’ll take the guesswork out of planning your event.
NEM Event Presentation Template
Searching for a blueprint to use for your event? Look no further. This branded presentation template takes the guesswork out of creating a professional presentation so you can focus on the content. Get the NEM Presentation Template here.
NEM Event Script Template
Use this script to kick off your event smoothly. Included are suggestions for introductions as well as land acknowledgments. Download this script and edit it as needed for your event.
Event Leader Reference Guide
Event leaders can use this document to prepare themselves and their teams to hold a great NEM event. Get the Event Leader Reference Guide.
We’ve provided the NEM Ontario logo for you to use. You will find a black, white, and color version available. This logo is best suited for online applications. Here is the link to download the NEM logo.
NEM Zoom Backgrounds
We’ve created some NEM branded backgrounds that will take your presentation to the next level. Download and extract this zip file to get the branded NEM Zoom Backgrounds.
Run of Show
Keeping a live event on track can be tricky. This run of show template will help you to layout the timing, program, and content for each moment of your event. This will help your event stay on track and on time. Here is the link to the Run of Show Template (Google Sheets)
Networking events promote meaningful connections among students and/or professionals and encourage the development of valuable relationships.
Panel Discussion Toolkit
A panel discussion gathers diverse perspectives to consider a (hopefully) engaging topic, often facilitated by a moderator. It’s not all about the panelists, audience members are encouraged to ask questions and share perspectives as well!
Networking Prep Checklist
Networking is a skill, so we’ve put together a checklist to help spark meaningful connections at your event.
Ice Breaker Activities
An ice breaker is an activity, game, or event that is used to welcome and warm up the conversation among event participants. Check out our great list of activities.
Facilitator Training Guide
Facilitators! this is your guide during the design challenge process. As a facilitator, your participation is critical to the event. You will lead participants as they journey creatively through the challenge.
The event is over, but nothing happens unless you follow up. Following up with connections after an event is extremely important. To make it easier, we’ve outlined some tactics that will make following up a breeze!
Asking for money can be difficult. One way to engage partners is to ask for support in the form of in-kind donations: products or services donated without receiving payment in return. We’ve put together a few tips on how to find and approach businesses with confidence.
Design Challenge Toolkit
Running a design challenge should be fun! To help things run smoothly, we developed resources and tools to help you along the way. With the design challenge toolkit, we’ll walk you through every step of running an incredible event.