The Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES) is a national, bilingual organization that represents approximately 60,000 engineering students across Canada. Offering services ranging from leadership development conferences, to technical skill competitions, a national student magazine and other outreach efforts, the CFES aims to provide opportunities in support of an all-encompassing education for engineering students in Canada to become unparalleled professionals in their field.
The CFES aims to provide opportunities in support of an all-encompassing education for engineering students in Canada to become unparalleled professionals in their field.
Did you know that the CFES was founded in 1969 to advance the profession of engineering and its role within society? Our organization has been hard at work serving students for 40 years, and hopefully will still be going strong in another 40.
In the CFES, there are three different levels of governance: the General Plenary, the Board of Directors and the National Executive. All three of these play an important role in ensuring the long-term stability and capability of the organization, and work together to ensure a successful federation for all stakeholders.
FCEG feels lucky to have several partners to support them in daily tasks and major projects. Take the time to read about them.