The NACE Southern Ontario Student Section (SOSS) is a student ran organization dedicated to promoting corrosion science and technology. Their aim is to increase corrosion awareness among high school and university students by providing educational seminars and networking opportunities. Ultimately, they strive to inspire students, while emphasizing social responsibility and safety. They believe that introducing the topic of corrosion and protection is a very important step in the development of high school students that are interested in science and engineering. Their organization consists of university students (both undergraduate and graduate) who are involved in research in the fields of corrosion science and engineering, electrochemistry, and surface sciences. At the moment the NACE SOSS spans over three major universities in Southern Ontario, namely: University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto and McMaster University. They work in collaboration with other NACE sections, and always look to collaborate with those who are also passionate about corrosion science and engineering.