Interested in Volunteering? 

We are looking for engineering and technology students, as well as community members interested in youth education and outreach to volunteer during NEM.

If you would like to volunteer at one of the events occurring across the province then please fill out this form:

Volunteer Form
Here are some other ways you can get involved with NEM

Water For the World

Put your passion to work by taking part in Water for the World workshops held at public libraries across the Greater Toronto Area. Join Engineers Without Borders during National Engineering Month to deliver Water for the World Workshops (W4TW) to students in Grades 5-9.

By sharing your time, you can introduce students to the issues surrounding global access to clean water. Take a day off from the regular grind and help inspire young minds!

W4TW runs from March 2-6. Training is provided on February 13th or February 27th and is required to be a presenter. For more information, please visit the Water for the World 2016 website to volunteer.

Volunteer Information >>

Organized by EWB – City of Toronto Professional Chapter

Engspire Outreach Workshops

Engspire Youth Programs Inc was born in May 2015. It’s four directors, all female Engineers based in Toronto Canada, came together with the vision of sharing their passion for Engineering with youth, especially girls, in ways that are fun and engaging.

The first national Engineering Month Program that we ran in Ontario was in March 2014 and was our ‘mission to Mars program’. We weren’t an ‘official’ organisation yet our misfit but passionate team were able to secure funding, develop program, train volunteers and ultimately deliver 38 workshops with Girl Guide units across the Greater Toronto area. In that first year we successfully reached 600 girls aged between 5-18 years.

Organized by: Engspire

Contribute to Website Content

Our dedicated web presence helps reach out to youth before and after NEM events. Here are the ways you can help National Engineering Month Ontario celebrate and inspire our industry online:

– Suggest an Ontario-based Engineering Feat for us to write a feature about
– Nominate a Bright Personality in Engineering or Technology to profile
– Spark a Hot Topic or join a discussion via Twitter or Facebook
– Submit News Link