Engineers PEI Statement on IDDEA

Statement on Inclusion, Diversity, Decolonization, Equity and Accessibility

Engineers PEI is committed to improving the inclusivity and retention of underrepresented groups in engineering and will work to remove barriers to entering the profession.  Engineers PEI acknowledges the urgency and importance of addressing systemic racism and systemic issues of inequality in the environments in which all registrants practice.  In our endeavors, events, and activities, Engineers PEI will strive to be a welcoming and inclusive membership anchored in the laws and the Code of Ethics of professional licensure for engineering practice and for a sustainable world, as excellence in all facets of engineering can be achieved only by embracing collectively our diversity, through an inclusive approach.

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Effective May 28, 2024, Hélène Thériault, P.Eng. has been suspended from practicing engineering in PEI.

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Pathway to Engineering

Pathway to Engineering is a resource to connect engineering graduates to knowledge about the licensure process and create a community of professionals who can support them on their journey. We provide information, events, and connections to help you at every step of the licensure process and beyond. 

We have outlined a variety of resources below based on your needs. Also be sure to keep up-to-date on the engineering profession through our newsletter, attending the webinars or other events, and reading the latest Articles.

 

 

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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

The City of Edmundston, NB is seeking an Electrical Network Planning and Analysis Coordinator.

For a detailed job description and to apply, click on the PDF below.  The deadline to apply is June 28, 2024.