Canada’s largest celebration of engineering excellence kicks off on March 1!  

An annual national campaign featuring fun and inspiring events that will spark an interest in the next generation of engineers, National Engineering Month also celebrates the role that engineers play in society. Every year in March, thousands of youth, parents, teachers, engineering students, and engineers-in-training interact with engineers and others who volunteer their time to host events that demonstrate how rewarding a career in engineering can be.  

Presented by Engineers Canada, National Engineering Month revolves around the theme, “There’s A Place For You in Engineering.”  

“National Engineering Month celebrates the diversity of thought, opportunities, and people that make up the engineering profession, and demonstrates that there’s a place for everyone in engineering,” says Gerard McDonald, Engineers Canada’s Chief Executive Officer. “National Engineering Month demonstrates how engineering shapes our daily lives, and the month fosters a strong, diverse, and inclusive engineering culture in Canada.” 

Join the celebration 

Events: Throughout March, the engineering community across Canada is hosting dozens of virtual events to showcase the engineering profession and the important role it plays in society. Some events introduce children and youth to the world of engineering with fun engineering activities, while others discuss the important issues facing the engineering profession today and in the future. For a full list of National Engineering Month events happening across the country, visit If you or your organization are hosting an event and would like it included in the events listing, submit details of your event here.  

Activities: National Engineering Month is a great time to encourage the children and youth in your life to explore the world of engineering. In addition to the events happening throughout March, Engineers Canada’s website has fun engineering activities for different age groups that can be done with simple materials found at home and that give youth a taste of what it’s like to be an engineer.  

Celebrate on social media: Help us spread the word about National Engineering Month on your social media channels. Consider shining a light on the engineering profession by featuring you and your company’s engineering work, or sharing what inspired you to become an engineer. Be sure to tag your posts with the #NEM2022 hashtag.  

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