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Posted May 14, 2020

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

Is it worth the struggle?

You wanna be successful right? Happy?

How are you gonna do that?

Maybe you set some goals and you’re working towards them.

But have you asked yourself the MOST important question yet?

Is. It. Worth. The. STRUGGLE?

In other words, how much pain are you willing to put up with?

I’ve said it before – engineering is H. A. R. D.

Engineering school can be grueling! Long hours, heavy workload, stressful…

And then, once you’re working as an engineer you’ll be faced with more problems. Deadlines, budget constraints….ugh!

BUT!

You also get to see the client’s face light up when they see your solution….and work with super cool people that LOVE what they do!

So, instead of asking “Do you wanna be an engineer?”

Ask yourself “Do you want the struggle?”

Is it WORTH it?

If you’re reading this, and you’re an engineer, that means your answer was YES!

I want to talk to you!

We are looking for volunteers just like you.

Only YOU can share your unique engineering story and inspire the NEXT generation of problem solvers and game changers!

Visit us at EIR.ca to learn more about volunteering.

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