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Posted August 20, 2020

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Engineers of Tomorrow is a not-for-profit that is shaping the engineering narrative by telling better stories. 

We’re kicking off something NEW…Introducing EoT Lunch and Learns!

We’re launching something NEW!

You’ve been asking for MORE resources.

MORE support.

MORE ways to connect.

We hear ya!

We talk to some pretty cool folks.

Our large (and growing) community is made up of people that LOVE engineering as much as we do!

And we want to SHARE!

So, we’ve figured out a way to do just that.


EoT Lunch and Learns!

Each month, we will be featuring one of our awesome community members.

Hear THEIR engineering story.

Connect with OTHER like-minded folks.

Maybe even LEARN something new??

We’re kicking things off NEXT WEEK with our friend Lorne Mlotek!

Lorne studied civil engineering at the University of Toronto, specializing in Building Scienceand Integrated Design.

Over the past 7 years, he has contributed to the green building industry by working as a sustainability consultant with Smith and Anderson Footprint, as a developer with Provident Energy Management, and a designer at Morrison Herhsfield.

Currently, Lorne owns and operates LeadingGreen Training and Consulting, a business he founded back in university.

Next steps?

Just LET US KNOW you’re coming!

You can RSVP right HERE.

See ya next week!

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