Engineers of Tomorrow
CALL for VOLUNTEERS
We’re looking for engineer mentors to talk to kids about engineering.
Professional engineers and engineering students from across Canada are welcome!
The program runs Sept – June. You’ll be matched with a classroom educator as their “resident engineer”.
Time commitment is minimal: 1 visit per month!
We provide onboarding/training & all the support you’ll need to create awesome engineering experiences for the next generation of problem solvers and game changers.
—> Applications close May 31st <—
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As we wrap up 2022 we are reflecting on the progress we've made as we work towards our vision... One day every Canadian – regardless of gender, ethnicity, orientation, religion, ability or thinking style – understands the power of #engineering to unlock and shape...
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The biggest (and best!) reason that we’re able to create thousands of positive engineering experiences for students is thanks to our community of passionate engineer volunteers. EoT volunteers are talking to K-12 students across Canada about engineering in new ways....
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