Engineers Canada and Geoscientists Canada both grant annual fellowships to individuals as recognition of their significant contributions to their respective professions.
Both the Engineers Canada Fellowships and the Geoscientists Canada Fellowship are given to individuals on the basis of specific criteria. For both fellowships, individuals may qualify if they provided noteworthy service, or have served as a volunteer for the engineering or geoscientist professions for at least 10 years. In both cases, length of service can combine with board or committee service with Engineers Canada or Geoscientists Canada, or volunteer work for the organizations' constituent organizations, (e.g., Engineers and Geoscientists BC, APEGA, etc.)
For more information about fellowships and the criteria for eligibility, visit our Fellowship page.
Nominations for these fellowships must be made by constituent organizations. Engineers and Geoscientists BC is looking for your help in identifying members who qualify for this honour. Visit our Fellowships Page for the complete fellowship criteria and information on how to suggest someone for nomination. Engineers Canada Fellowship submissions may be made at any time. Geoscientists Canada Fellowship submissions must be received by April 12, 2019.
Engineers Canada and Geoscientists Canada fellows receive a certificate and a pin, and are given the privilege to use the fellowship designation (i.e., “Fellow of Engineers Canada – FEC” "Honorary Engineers Canada Fellow – FEC (Hon.)”, “Fellow of Geoscientists Canada – FGC” or “Honorary Geoscientists Canada Fellow – FGC (Hon.)”
To view lists of those who have already received fellowships, visit Engineers Canada Fellowship Recipient page, or Geoscientists Canada Awards and Fellowship page.
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