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Posted March 26, 2021

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

NEM’s wrapping up, but we’re just getting started!

Sad that the National Engineering Month fun is coming to an end?

Us too….but we’ve got great news for you!

You can continue to raise awareness about engineering so the fun never stops!

We’ve got a way for you to amplify BETTER stories about engineering.

A way to become an engineering role model and inspire a brighter future for the next generation.


Our Engineer-in-Residence program!

Applications for volunteers opens next week!

Who can apply? Professional Engineers, EITs, and engineering students. If you’re passionate about engineering and want to share that passion with others, we’ve got a place for you!

When? We’re accepting volunteer applications April 1st – May 31st. The EIR program aligns with the school year, so new volunteers will be onboarded & trained over the summer to get started in September 2021.

What can you expect? Read more about the volunteer’s experience.

Connect with us on social media. We’ll be featuring some of our EIR volunteers over the next few weeks.
You’ll hear from EIR volunteers that have been working with classes already.

Ready to join our passionate volunteer team?

Visit EIR.ca to apply


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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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