Here are 3 easy ways you can help kids learn more about engineering.

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

Posted May 21, 2020

Want to help out?

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

VOLUNTEER. Are you an engineer in Ontario? Yes! You can volunteer with our Engineer in Residence program. Find out how HERE.

SPREAD THE WORD! No matter WHO you are (teachers, engineers, students, technicians…) you can:

(a) follow us on social media (Here, here and here!),

(b) tag your friends so they follow us too,

(c) comment on our stuff! Tell us what you like, ask questions, get curious!,

and (d) go old school and TALK about us to all your friends!


We need money to be able to create hundreds of thousands of positive engineering experiences for kids. But, we are VERY careful with how that money is spent!

95% of our sponsorship revenue goes DIRECTLY into program costs. And, we have sponsorship packages available for all budgets!

As little as $500 supports a local classroom for a whole YEAR!

That’s 250 positive engineering experiences! $2 per experience….less than you’re paying for Starbucks 🤪

See, helping out is simple!

Still not sure? Just ask.

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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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