Engineers Canada kicks off National Engineering Month 2017

Engineers Canada kicks off National Engineering Month 2017
 

Engineers Canada is proud to once again present March as National Engineering Month. The next 31 days will see engineering professionals reach out to young Canadians to demonstrate how exciting and fun it can be to pursue a career in this field and thereby play a part in solving society’s most complex challenges.

“National Engineering Month is a wonderful opportunity for Canada’s youth to discover what engineering can offer them,” said Engineers Canada Interim CEO Stephanie Price, P.Eng, CAE. “I’d encourage youth to attend one of the many events throughout the month, or visit the National Engineering Month website to learn more about how their interests and the world of engineering intersect.”

National Engineering Month celebrations highlight the many different types of engineering, and the endless possibilities that an engineering education can present.

 

For more information:

  National Engineering Month 2017 Full article

  National Engineering Month 2017 website

  Engineers Canada website




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