National Engineering and Geoscience Month (NEGM)

National Engineering and Geoscience Month (NEGM) kicks off on March 1, 2018. The month-long event promotes awareness of engineering and geoscience, celebrates our members and their achievements, explains the diverse fields within the professions, and reminds the public of the relevance and importance of engineering and geoscience to every day life.

During the month, Engineers and Geoscientists BC and our branches around the province organised family-oriented events such as Engineering and Geoscience Fest, Popsicle Stick Bridge Building contests, Science Games, and Dig Day.

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Events and Activities

Drawing Contest

The NEGM Drawing Contest asks children, ages 4 to 12, to think like a geoscientist or engineer and draw a picture related to the NEGM theme.

The 2018 NEGM Drawing Contest will be posted on March 1, 2018.

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Branch Events

In celebration of NEGM, Engineers and Geoscientists BC Branches are organising events at different locations in the Province of British Columbia. Find out which events are happening in your community

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Dig Day

Delve into geoscience with DIG Day! Engineers and Geoscientists BC is partnering with the Britannia Mine Museum for this fun and educational event.

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Science Games

The Science Games is a hands-on science competition for students in Grades 1–6 taking place at the Telus World of Science as a part of NEGM. Registration for this event opens in November and is now full.

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