Ontario’s largest online engineering event

Welcome to National Engineering Month Ontario

Join 4,000+ of the brightest minds in engineering to learn, thrive and grow – together.

Throughout March 2023, National Engineering Month volunteers and partners from across the province will come together to provide 5 weeks of premium content consisting of panel discussions, skill-building workshops and networking events designed to benefit the engineering community.

These free online events will help you think differently about the engineering profession. They’ll also provide you with tips and tools on how to make the most of your career now and into the future.

5 curated weeks of engineering excellence:

Curious about becoming a professional engineer? At this week’s events, you can learn more about the P.Eng designation, prepare for the National Professional Practice Exam (NPPE), and discuss the future of the designation and what it means for the profession.

In these times of great adaptation, lifelong learning is more important than ever. Learn something new or sharpen your existing skills to ensure your career flourishes throughout your engineering career.

Want to know what tomorrow’s engineers are doing today? See engineering students from across the province as they host design challenges, showcase their work, and compete for prizes in the Engineering Student Challenge.

Why is EDI important in today’s world? How can we encourage more women, girls and persons from under-represented communities to pursue careers in engineering? Learn how our differences can unite us and help create a more inclusive world.

The world is facing some pretty wicked problems. Learn how engineers can work within policy to solve the challenges we face in our society today and well into the future.

NEM Ontario Partners

What attendees say about our events:

National Engineering Month showcases various technical and social achievements by the engineering profession to the public at large. In particular, engineering undergraduates from various academic institutions are able to share the progresses and achievements along their journey to becoming professional engineers.
Supporting NEM is important to our organization for networking opportunities and attracting a pipeline of diverse talent in Engineering & STEM, which is integral to our operation.
Bruce Power
ACEC-Ontario is a long-time supporter of National Engineering Month (NEM). We find the messages that NEM promotes each year, and the engagement with the engineering community, to be aligned with our mandate. ACEC-Ontario finds great value in working with NEM and we plan to continue sponsoring this important industry event
As a champion for equity, diversity and inclusion in engineering and other STEM fields, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission is pleased to support National Engineering Month and participate in events that align with our integral values as an organization.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo champions diversity & inclusion in Engineering & STEM, and we really enjoy partnering with National Engineering Month to highlight initiatives like the Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology (IBET) PhD Project. As an academic institution, supporting NEM is important for our faculty and students, giving them the opportunity to participate in many events throughout the month.
Faculty of Engineering, University of Waterloo

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