Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019

It is Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019 (#TEW2019)and there are loads of ways to get involved…

Whether you know lots about engineering careers or you’ve not given it much thought there will be lots onf information available for you to learn more about this big and varied sector. Why not check out what’s on offer? We’ve pulled together these ways you can get involved.

Ways to take part in Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019

  1. Want to know more about what engineers do? Watch these videos to find out how engineers spend their days. Follow #EngineerOnAMission to be the first to see great stories of engineers using their skills to solve some of the world’s biggest issues.
  2. Make sure your school is signed up to the big assembly. Hear first hand from inspiring engineers and get your questions answered live! This is taking place across the count on Wednesday 6th November 2019 at 10.30am. Find out more here.
  3. Visit our Engineering careers hub and find start exploring careers and Youth Friendly Employers.
  4. Start making your plans for the Big Bang Fair 2020. The biggest STEM event in the country takes place in March next year AND it’s free to attend. Find out more here.

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