#NEM2018 Recap Part 3

Here's a photo and video recap of some of the events that have taken place so far during National Engineering Month. Thousands of students and members of the public have seen what engineering and engineering technology have to offer and thousands more can still participate. Stay tuned for more pictures and videos of the festivities

Hydro One Continues to Support Women in Engineering

Diversity is a strength of ours here in Canada. Since before this nation's Confederation 150 years ago, people from all over the world have been travelling to this land in search of a better life. The STEM fields have been in search of that same strength. One of the pillars of the NEM campaign is

What a Zombie Apocalypse Taught Me About Engineering

Zombies are the not the first things that come to mind when you think about engineering and technology, but across Ontario an engineering challenge called Zombie Apocalypse has already changed over 400 teachers to think about engineering in a new way for their students. Zombie Apocalypse combines teamwork, ingenuity and design into a challenge that has

NEM Newsroom

News coverage for National Engineering Month has been exceptional! Below are some links to NEM events that hit the newsrooms. If you find more local news pieces on National Engineering Month 2014 in Ontario, send the link to alanham@ewb.ca or @NEMOntario! February 27 - Toronto Star Special Section: Engineering Excitement March 1 - Snapd Richmond Hill: 11th Annual

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A Hard Hat Test Drive

London OACETT & PEO Chapters have proudly collaborated to bring 5 presentations to London area elementary schools, on the topic of careers in engineering. Each 1-hour presentation organized and presented Bill Climie, introduced the students to the engineering team concept, where there are job opportunities as either an Engineering Technician, Engineering Technologist or Engineer. During each

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