About the Community of Practice on Engineering Leadership
With the generous support of our partners, we are determined to increase the capacity of engineers to lead in the workplace and in society.
Benefits of Membership
Gain a competitive advantage
Access Exclusive Network
Partners connect with like-minded people from other organizations, forming an association of progressive organizations who want to learn from one another’s insights, challenges, and successes.
Partners have access to educators and researchers at the leading edge of the emerging field of engineering leadership education.
We are grateful to our Alumni Community for sharing their time and expertise to empower the next generation of engineer-leaders.
We welcome Alumni from all backgrounds and years of career progression to engage with our students through a diverse portfolio of co-curricular student programming.
Please complete the intake form below to join our mailing list and stay up to date on enriching volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
Making leadership a core part of the Canadian engineering identity requires changes to engineering education.
The National Initiative on Capacity Building and Knowledge Creation for Engineering Leadership (NICKEL) connects faculty and program leaders across Canada so that leadership becomes part of the core of engineering education.
Launched in 2016, The NICKEL Community hosts an annual pan-Canadian conference each year as well as regular, online Community Meetings to exchange learning and insights about how to best provide leadership learning experiences for engineers.
Visit the NICKEL website to learn more and to sign-up for the mailing list.