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Posted June 1, 2020

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Record numbers for the 2020/2021 Engineer in Residence Program!

Thank you.

Thank you to all the teachers.

Thank you to all the principles and the school boards.

Thank you to the engineering community.

Thank you to the P. Eng.’s. and the E.I.T.’s.

Thank you to everyone that helped us spread the word about the Engineer-in-Residence program.

There’s not better way to say it other than

Thank you!

We are overwhelmed by the response we received over the last few weeks from the engineering community and the education system in Ontario. Teachers and engineers who want to create positive engineering experiences for kids.

We’ve NEVER had so many engineers step up and offer to volunteer for the engineering residence program.

Teachers… we admire your dedication to your students. We know that the Engineer-in-Residence program will enhance the learning experience for you and your students next year.

We will be busy for the next few weeks getting all the plans in place for September 2020.

If you’re wondering what’s next? Watch out for an email from someone at our program office. We will be in touch soon!

Thank you again for everything that you do!

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1 Comment

  1. Sarah-Jane Hernandes-Morrison

    I am interested in your residence course. Could you please email me more info?


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