Pretty much everything we do at Etratech involves engineering. That’s why we’re pleased to take a moment out of the day to call your attention to an educational project that promotes excellence in math among students throughout our great nation: National Engineering Month.
Throughout the month of March, Canada’s students discovered how they can change the world as professional engineers at over 500 National Engineering Month events that happened from coast to coast. Organized by the profession’s 12 provincial and territorial regulatory bodies, teachers, faculties, volunteers and university students, National Engineering Month is an annual celebration of Canadian engineering excellence that promotes engineering as a career choice.
“Professional engineers shape our world, and our future,” said Engineers Canada President Catherine Karakatsanis. “National Engineering Month is an excellent opportunity for the next generation to discover the creativity and imagination inherent within engineering, and to set them on the path to becoming members of this great profession.
According to its website, National Engineering Month offers over 500 conferences and events (such as design competitions, robotics demonstrations and science and engineering fairs) to teach young Canadians how they can design the future by using math, science, technology and creativity to generate things that were once thought impossible.
National Engineering Month also gives students the opportunity to learn about the remarkable accomplishments Canada’s engineers have made over the years.
National Engineering Month is sponsored by the Canadian Association of Consulting Engineering Companies, the Canadian Academy of Engineering, the Engineering Institute of Canada and the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students.
It’s not too late to learn more about such a worthy project. http://www.nem-mng.ca/