Our Story

IN 2014 ENGINEERS OF TOMORROW WAS CREATED


Engineers of Tomorrow is a nationally incorporated not-for-profit. Established in 2014, our mission is to tell better stories about engineering today, to have an impact on the engineers of tomorrow.

From the clean water we drink to the technology in our hands, engineering underpins every aspect of modern life and has a major role to play in solving the global challenges of today and tomorrow.

Our vision is that one day every Canadian – regardless of gender, ethnicity, orientation, religion, ability or thinking style – understands the power of engineering to unlock and shape positive societal change. We look forward to a day when everyone understands there’s a place for them in engineering.

Using the latest research as a tool to inform our practices, we create positive engineering experiences to shape young minds and showcase what the engineering profession is all about. By taking a grassroots approach, we enable systemic change by supporting engineering professionals to create impact.

Rebecca and Erica

Our Team

Erica

Erica Lee Garcia

Founder

After obtaining her P. Eng. Erica began her own consulting firm, and has worked to become a national voice of positive change in engineering. She enjoys traveling and mentoring young people.

Rebecca White

Rebecca White

CEO

After more than 10 years of experience in the manufacturing industry, Becky has become an advocate for diversity & inclusion in engineering. She enjoys podcasts and creating with Lego.

Matthew Chin

Sandy Schoen

Librarian (EIR Library of Lessons)

(Volunteer)

A chemical engineering graduate from the University of Waterloo, Sandy has a passion for storytelling and now shares her experience in technical writing, website organization, and social media simplification.

Matthew Chin

Yuvreet Dhaliwal

Communcations Specialist

(Volunteer)

Currently in high school and wishing to pursue engineering and various other STEM programs in university. Yuvreet is interested in the environment and her ultimate goal is to help reduce pollution caused by aviation.

Program Operations

Avery Goreglad - Professional Program Coordinator

Avery is a biochemical engineering student at Queen’s University passionate about improving the medical field at the forefront of technology. She enjoys creating art, playing volleyball, volunteering, and connecting with others!

Milan Joaquin - Professional Program Coordinator

As an Engineering student attending McMaster university, Milan is always designing and bringing ideas to life. 

EoT Board of Directors

Erica

Erica Lee Garcia

Chair

Founder, Engineers of Tomorrow

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Jamie Beyore

Board Member

Director, Global Branded Wholesale & JV at Shell

Ramon

Ramon Yarde

Board Member

VP Project Management Office, Equifax Canada Co.

Erica

Juliana Dutkay

Board Member

Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives – ILEO

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Peter Luo

EIR Advisory Board 

Transit Technology Specialist at IBI Group

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Donna Cheung

Board Member

Customer Experience and Digital Transformation Lead at Enbridge

Engineers of Tomorrow Alumni

We like to recognize like-minded individuals, students and volunteers who have supported us over the years.

Who we’ve worked with

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Dreams need doing.

Here's how you can help

 

Kids aren't getting exposed to STEM role models early enough in their education and, access to holistic, immersive and relatable STEM practitioners and experiences in the school setting is very limited.

 

Your support will help us provide...

 

...Engineer mentors to K-12 students across Canada

...Inspiring engineering-themed play and learning for students

...Relateable role models for underrespresented groups

...Educational resources for hands-on creative learning experiences

 

Here are 3 easy ways you can help...

 

1. Click here to volunteer

2. Click here to donate

3. Click here to buy a t-shirt

 

 

 

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