What makes you a better engineer?

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

Posted March 25, 2020

We try to be the best that we can be.

And that means something different for everyone.

Engineers….problem solvers….often feel a sense of responsibility.

For human safety, comfort and health.

Same goes for the environment and communities.

Now, more than ever, engineers are being called to do better.

How can we make processes MORE sustainable?

How can we minimize even MORE risk?

How can we help even MORE people?

Engineering skills and tools are continually evolving to be able to DO better.

Staying current on the latest research, trends, and technology will ensure those engineering tools stay sharp.

But, what else could you be doing to BE a better engineer?

Leadership development?

Growing your network?

How about inspiring the next generation of engineers (our personal fav!)

What are you doing to BE a better engineer?

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