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Posted November 18, 2020

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Can “smart” and “sporty” coexist?

If you’ve followed us for a while, you’ll understand we have a LOVE for hockey!

We’ve talked before about the parallels between Canada’s favorite sport, and STEM.

Maybe that’s why we love it so much?!?

There are the obvious technological advancements that have impacted the game of hockey (composite sticks, jet ice, helmets!).

But what about….

Teamwork

Resilience

Dedication & hard work!

I’m sure engineers can relate 🙃

But there’s one thing that gets us going…. can someone please tell us why kids get categorized as “sporty” OR “smart”.

Can’t they be both??

We know lots that are!

In fact, our CEO, Rebecca White blew this stereotype out of the water when she lead a FIRST Lego League team made up of competitive hockey players!

Now we wanna to know 👇👇👇 were you a “sporty” kid? A “smart” kid? Or did you defy the labels! Leave us a comment…

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Engineers of Tomorrow is a nationally incorporated not-for-profit organization. Our vision is that one day every Canadian – regardless of gender, ethnicity, orientation, religion, ability or thinking style – understands the power of engineering to unlock and shape positive societal change.


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