Do you have a question about National Engineering Month (NEM) Ontario? We’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions and answers to help guide you whether you’re looking to lead or attend a NEM Ontario event. Check out the NEM Ontario FAQ below.
Engineering and technology are about more than building bridges and memorizing formulas. Engineering and engineering technology professions are collaborative, creative, and leverage communication skills to solve humanity’s wicked problems; turning ideas into a reality and making a difference.
During the month of March, across Canada, the engineering and technology community lead events to celebrate and support one another.
NEM Ontario works with partners & volunteers across the province to hold professional development events that are specifically designed for the engineering community.
Each week in March will focus on a different topic area:
Week 1 (March 1 – 5): The P.Eng. Designation
Week 2 (March 6 – 12): Lifelong Learning
Week 3 (March 13 – 19): Spotlight on the Engineering Student Challenge
Week 4 (March 20 – 26): Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Week 5 (March 27 – 31): Engineers & Politics
Being part of NEM is an opportunity to share your passion for engineering with diverse students and young professionals; to widen their perceptions, build their curiosity and help them feel a sense of belonging within these professions.
I want to attend an event
NEM Ontario events are primarily held online although some events will be happening in person.
The event calendar for NEM 2023 will be posted by mid-January. Join our mailing list or follow us on social media to get the latest updates.
Stay tuned to our calendar of events page and explore events led by our amazing volunteers. To find out more about an event, click the + below the event date and read the description. To reserve your spot, click the <<attend>> button and fill out your registration. You will be emailed the Zoom link and it’s recommended to copy the link directly into your calendar.
I want to lead an event
Applications are open from September 1, 2022 to October 31, 2022. Register today!
Anyone with a passion for engineering & technology can apply to lead a NEM Ontario event.
There is funding available for approved NEM Ontario events. Please see our lead an event page for more details.
That is totally up to you, however we do recommend that they fall within the theme of lifelong learning. Visit the lead an event page to learn more and apply.
All Ontario post-secondary students enrolled in an engineering degree program are invited to host an event in March for the NEM Ontario Engineering Student Challenge. Teams of up to 5 students can host an event or series of events and compete with other Ontario teams for a chance to win one of three cash prizes: $2,500 for first place, $1,500 for second place, and $1,000 for third.
To qualify, students must be currently enrolled in an engineering degree program at an Ontario college or university.
I want to become a partner
We are always looking for partners that want to invest in the future of Ontario’s engineering & technology community. Past partners include: Humber College, the University of Waterloo, ACEC-Ontario and many more. To get more information please visit our partner page.
Our partners get premium exposure to 4,000+ engineering students and professionals from across the province. Other benefits include thought leadership opportunities, marketing & branding, social media exposure and so much more.
The deadline to become a #NEM2023 partner is December 15, 2022. Spaces are limited, so inquire today.
For questions or further information, please contact:
Jason Di Tommaso, Strategic Partnerships
Ontario Society of Professional Engineers