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Engineers Canada is proud to present National Engineering Month—Canada’s largest celebration of engineering excellence, where volunteers from the provincial and territorial regulators host over 500 events that show Canadians how rewarding an engineering career can truly be.

During the month of March, the engineering profession strives to reach out to young Canadians to let them know what an exciting and fun career choice engineering really is. It’s an opportunity for youth to learn about the many disciplines of engineering, and allow them to see where their skill set and interests can fit in. Since there are so many different types of engineering, it’s important for kids to understand the various things they can do as engineers so they can pick the discipline that truly motivates and excites them the most. Additionally, the month can teach youth what exactly they need to excel in the profession. And depending on where you live, you may find Geoscientists joining in on the celebration as National Engineering and Geoscience Month.

Parents, teachers, students, aspiring engineers and engineers themselves can get involved in exciting National Engineering Month volunteer opportunities. Learn more through this site’s Get Involved section. Engineers who get involved can showcase the amazing work they do and Canada’s youth will discover that anything’s possible when it comes to engineering. There is certainly no other profession like it!