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CEMF is committed to creating a world where engineering meets the needs and challenges of society by engaging the skills and talents of both women and men alike.

To that end, we are dedicated to attracting women to the engineering profession so they may fully contribute to the development of our society. In so doing, they honour the memory of the 14 women from L' École Polytechnique whose contributions to Canada ended on December 6, 1989.

We do that primarily by offering scholarships in engineering to young women who demonstrate exceptional leadership and are volunteers in their communities.  We ask our scholarship winners to be Ambassadors for the profession and mentors to those who follow.  Over 600 women studying engineering in Canada have applied for one of our scholarships since 2002 and we have awarded over 200 since then.  The social return on that investment (SROI) has been enormous. 

CEMF is a Registered Canadian Charitable Foundation.(BN #89034 9061 RR0001)

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Our 2022 Award Winners

Erika Treflik

Claudette MacKay-Lassonde Graduate Award

Queens – Civil

Valerie Morin

Pomerleau Award

U Sherbrooke – Robotics

Hailey Lu

University of Calgary

Annemarie Summers

ACERO Ambassador

University of Calgary

Anne Jing

Enbridge Ambassador

University of Toronto – Engineering Science

Shayna Earle

Enbridge Ambassador

McMaster University – Chem & BioMedical

Stephanie Quon

Dillon Award

UBC - Electrical

Zoe Smith

Marie Carter Memorial Award

Dalhousie - Chemical

Meghan Cooke

Rona Hatt Engineering Award

UBC – Chemical & Biological

Justine Major

Hatch Engineering Award

U Laval – Engineering Physics

Tanaka Akiyama

CEMF Regional Awards

Dalhousie – Electrical

Laurie Croteau

CEMF Regional Awards

U Sherbrooke – Robotics

Mieke Wilkinson

CEMF Regional Awards

Carleton U - Mechanical

Rebecca Probst

CEMF Regional Awards

U of Alberta - Chemical

Coralie Tcheune

CEMF Regional Awards

UBC - Biomedical

Sidonia Tameshtit

William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute, Toronto