Tomorrow’s Engineers Week shines a spotlight on engineers and engineering careers. It is an opportunity to highlight to young people the incredible things engineers work on and the range of jobs available in the industry.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week takes place annually in November. The week took place 7-11 November 2016
The engineering industry needs more talented people, in fact it needs 182,000 each year. By showcasing the various career opportunities and highlighting the different ways that engineers shape our world, Tomorrow’s Engineers Week aims to get young people of all backgrounds, girls and boys, excited about what engineering has to offer. Inspiring the next generation of engineers will help secure UK engineering’s position as a global leader.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week is for everyone, but focuses on capturing the imagination of young people.
Tomorrow’s Engineers is very well connected:
Each year schools, universities, companies, professional institution, clubs and individual engineers find creative ways to shine a spotlight on engineering careers during Tomorrow’s Engineers Week. Here are just a few ideas. To find out about what went on last year, see here.
Find out if you have what it takes to be an engineer with the Tomorrow’s Engineers Week YouTube bootcamp series
Link in to social media to meet our ‘hidden engineers’
Use our interactive careers presentation to showcase engineering to young people
Organise an inspiring event
Host a live online Q&A
Make an engineering video
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week sees lots of events happening in schools and workplaces across the UK. We’ll post details of public events on Twitter using #TEWeek16.
We’re also teaming up with some great places across the UK to create some special Tomorrow’s Engineers Week worksheets for you to enjoy when you visit.
Whether you’re hosting an event, getting creative online or taking on a challenge, we’d love to hear about your plans for Tomorrow’s Engineers Week.
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We have ready-made hands-on activities as well as careers resources ready for you to download and use (or order). You could give a presentation with our popular Make a difference – be an engineer PowerPoint, stick up our “10 reasons to become a scientist or engineer” poster or perhaps plan a session around how engineers save lives in the aftermath of a natural disaster
Sample tweets and Facebook posts