Engineers Canada Fellowship
Engineers Canada has created a Fellowship to identify and recognize individuals who have contributed significantly to the profession of engineering, and to create a group of people who continue to contribute to and advance recognition of the profession of engineering.
Engineers Canada Fellowships may be conferred upon individuals who have given noteworthy service in one of four categories; one of which is to have served the engineering profession in a volunteer capacity for at least 10 years. The total length of service can be a combination of service on Engineers Canada boards and committees and/or service as a volunteer for an Engineers Canada constituent member, e.g., Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia, APEGGA, etc.
To view the criteria of each category please visit the Engineers Canada Fellowship Program.
Every two years, Engineers and Geoscientists BC looks to identify members who qualify for an Engineers Canada Fellowship. Engineers and non-engineers upon whom this honour is bestowed will receive a certificate and a pin, and are awarded the privilege of the use of the designation “Engineers Canada Fellow – FEC" or "Engineers Canada Honorary Fellow – FEC (Hon.).”
For more information, please contact Professional Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.