Welcome to

the blog

Posted November 24, 2021

About us

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

Why do engineers volunteer with EoT? Dave shares his story!

The biggest (and best!) reason that we’re able to create thousands of positive engineering experiences for students is thanks to our community of passionate engineer volunteers.

EoT volunteers are talking to K-12 students across Canada about engineering in new ways.

Why volunteer?

#1. Curiosity!

EoT volunteers create inspiring engineering-themed play and learning opportunities for youth, especially girls and kids from racially diverse communities.

They become relatable role models and get kids excited to explore engineering through hands-on, creative learning experiences.

Dave Steeves – long time volunteer with the Engineer in Residence program – shares his personal experience and the reason he started volunteering (and what keeps him coming back each year!)

#2. Sharing!

EoT volunteers love what they do! They’re a passionate community of engineers and they want to share that passion with other.

Particularly those that might not know what’s possible with a career in engineering.

As Engineer in Residence volunteers, they’re able to bring their experience into the classroom and connect the dots between curriculum and real world applications.

 

Join our engineering outreach community!

You may also like…

Here are 3 ways you can help today!

Give a gift

four kids in the classroom

Help support Canadian kids’ educational experience by donating to Engineers of Tomorrow.

Make a difference

Marshmallow challenge

Create hundreds of positive engineering experiences over the whole school year for a local class.

Join us

Classroom experiment

Be a part of something big! Our sponsors are thought leaders that want to make a difference.

Follow us on your favorite platform…

Or volunteer with us!

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?

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *