top of page

Welcome to the new era of the Filipino Members Chapter of the Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba. FMC-EngGeoMB continues to reach new milestones and continues to be a prominent Engineering Chapter here in Manitoba.

We are prouder and reinvigorated to enter this new period with confidence and certainty.


11 Years Strong


      This year’s guiding theme “There’s a place for you in engineering” drafted by Engineers Canada, clearly encourages one’s desire to explore the vast opportunities waiting in the complex arena of engineering. 


      In celebration of the National Engineering Month, we want to share with you an article that has been written by one of our FMC-EGM members, Jeanette Perez, EIT, outlining her engineering journey entitled Life Begins at the end of your Comfort Zone.”



      (Updated March 31, 2023) ... As we continue the celebration of National Engineering Month this week, we are featuring another captivating article entitled " Is the "Bayanihan Spirit" waning?" - written by one of our FMC-EGM members, Norman Padilla, EIT.


Wooden Frame Window
Wooden Frame Window


  May 26

Fundraising Event for Scholars

  June 3

PHCM Flag Raising Ceremony at PCCM

  June 17

PHCM Philippine Independence Ball

  June 23

30 by 30 Initiative
(Filipinas in Engineering Networking Event)

  June 24 & 25

Manitoba Filipino Street Festival


Register here to become a 

member of the chapter.

Update your membership with the chapter.

Apply for the Chapter's scholarship

Learn more about the Internationally-Educated Engineers Qualification Program.

Learn more about the procedure on 

how to write the FE Exam.

As an internationally-trainee

engineer/geoscientist, you have to

undergo an academic assessment.

Learn how you can become a

registered Professional Engineer/Professional Geoscientist in Manitoba.

"To engineer a better society, we need people of different genders, races and backgrounds solving our problems."

-Jamie Clark


FMC-EGM 30 by 30 Initiative

Showcases the licensed Filipina Engineers “Inhinyera” and promotes the increase in the number of female engineers to 30% by 2030. 

This event intends to inspire the ladies in the community to get into the Engineering Profession.  

bottom of page