Educational Activities aims to working with the following IEEE NCS committees and student branches:

  • Awards/Recognition
  • Concordia Student Branch
  • Industrial Relations
  • Professional/Career Development
  • Section Communication
  • University of Alberta Student Branch
  • Women in Engineering (WIE)
  • Young Professionals


  • encourage students and young professionals pursuing their planned careers
  • share and exchange experiences not only among them but also from the established professionals
  • provide suggestions, recommendations, and advices for students and young professionals
  • train students and young professionals
  • help students and young professionals building their networks.

Educational Activities expects to provide opportunities for Students and Young Professional, include but not limited to:

  • to learn knowledge, trends, and skills
  • to meet people in academic and/or industry
  • to build relations with peers, experts, and established professionals and researchers/

Educational Activities NOW looks for students and young professionals:

  • interviewing experts, in small group
  • writing interviews and/or reflection articles, in small group
  • publishing interviews and reflection articles on IEEE NCS Newsletter and other proper publications.

Educational Activities committee will work with Awards/Recognition committee to give Best Reflection Article Award and Best Interview Award annually. 

If you are interested in knowing more details, see Looking for Volunteers section:

Educational Activities also invite students and young professionals who are interested to know more about IEEE NCS, Educational Activities committee, and opportunity to interview experts, writing interviews and reflection articles in small groups, and sharing your thoughts and making suggestions to join the Educational Activities’ social media groups.