Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2016 will take place between 7 - 11 November.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week shines a spotlight on engineering careers in a way that young people, and particularly girls, may have never considered before. We want everyone in engineering to get involved in some way, even if it’s a simple tweet of support with #. You can start by following @Tomorrows_Eng on Twitter.
We will use the week to showcase and celebrate engineers. If you know any engineers that go unnoticed or need a little more limelight, we’d like to hear from you. You can nominate them as part of a feature on hidden engineers - or you can nominate yourself. Send us a photo with the hidden engineer’s name, age, location, job title and a short description (300 characters max) of their role.
We’re looking for engineers to help answer schoolchildren’s questions around how engineers will help tackle social and environmental problems. If you’d be happy to help if a relevant question comes up, let us know.
If you and/or your employer are interested in working with us to inspire the next generation during Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2016, please get in touch.
Contact the Tomorrow’s Engineers Week team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online images still portray engineering as a job for the boys, leading to girls being put off potentially well-paid and exciting careers, according to new research from EngineeringUK for Tomorrow's Engineers Week.Read more