Happy National Volunteer Week

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Posted April 23, 2020

It’s National Volunteer Week and we would like to take this opportunity to recognize all of the amazing volunteers with us at Engineers of Tomorrow!

Our incredible Engineers in Residence volunteers generously dedicate their time and energy to create memorable experiences in STEM to inspire the younger generation.

These engineers share their experience and passion with students on topics all across the STEM board, allowing kids to be a part of the excitement that we see in these professions.

This type of involvement in the classroom is game changing and provides students with extremely valuable hands on exposure to professions they may not have even considered otherwise.

We thank each and every one of our volunteers for their hard work in helping everyone understand there is a place for them in engineering and for putting our EoT vision into action!

This type of involvement only excites us for what’s in store!

If you would like to get involved or learn more, head to our Engineer in Residence page!

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Here are 3 ways you can help today!

Give a gift

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Help support Canadian kids’ educational experience by donating to Engineers of Tomorrow.

Make a difference

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Create hundreds of positive engineering experiences over the whole school year for a local class.

Join us

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Be a part of something big! Our sponsors are thought leaders that want to make a difference.

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Or volunteer with us!

Are you passionate about engineering? Want to share your story and become an engineering ambassador? Want to smash stereotypes and get kids curious about engineering?


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