Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES)

Mission

The CFES supports growth and communication within its members to ensure their moral, intellectual, cultural, academic, social and economic well-being. The Federation represents and promotes Canadian undergraduate engineering students on a national and international level. The CFES will not align itself with any political partisan movement. 

Vision

The goal of the CFES is to solicit, represent, organize and exchange views, information and activities pertinent to the goals of the members at a national level as to ensure their moral, intellectual, cultural, academic, social and economic well-being, and to improve the quality and scope of Canadian engineering education. The means by which this will be done are:

Offering bilingual opportunities which foster the development of the following facets of an engineering education:

Leadership
Professional and Ethical Qualities
Engineering Identity
Technical Proficiency
Communication

Provides representation on issues relevant to engineering students in Canada and affiliate itself with any organization pursuing the same goals,

Promotes the free exchange of ideas and experiences to support the constant evolution of student environments across Canada

Events and Services

The CFES is responsible for providing a platform for member schools to bid on and host many different activities, all of which provide amazing learning opportunities for both the hosting team and the delegates who attend the activities.

Volunteer Opportunities

On top of premier national events there are also many adverse learning experiences available through being a volunteer on the CFES Executive and Officer Team.

The UES pays 50 cents per student to be a CFES member.

For more information on the CFES and how to get involved visit www.cfes.ca

 

Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario (ESSCO)

ESSCO is currently comprised of thirteen member schools.

The objectives of ESSCO are:

  1. To represent undergraduate engineering students in the province of Ontario in matters of common interest, and communicate with professional associations, academia, industry and government on behalf of member schools, but never to:
    1. Align with partisan organizations; or
    2. Become involved in issues not directly related to engineering education and practice;
  2. To facilitate centralized communication and information exchange between member engineering student societies, assist them in increasing their value to the common student;
  3. To promote and assist other organizations in promoting engineering as an exciting, challenging, and equitable profession, especially to high school and elementary school students.

Volunteer opportunities are available through ESSCO.

More information about the opportunities and their portfolios can be found at www.essco.ca