ALMOST 50,000 JOIN BIGGEST SIMULTANEOUS ASSEMBLY
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, now in its sixth year, has come to a close following a record-breaking week of activity.
The highlight of the Week was the Tomorrow’s Engineers Week Big Assembly where almost 50,000 students all took part in the same school assembly at the same time, connected by a live video stream and social media.
PARENTS PRIORITISE CAREERS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Parents say teaching, medicine and engineering are careers where their children could make a difference to the world.
Parents want their children to have a future that makes a positive difference to society, according to new research released to mark the start of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week.
DYNAMIC DOZEN SET TO INSPIRE UK SCHOOL CHILDREN
Twelve engineers are set to inspire young people to become engineers on a mission this November.
The dynamic dozen all work on exciting projects that make a positive difference to the world, from saving the lives of otters to stopping plastics entering our rivers and oceans.
UK-WIDE ASSEMBLY SET TO SHOWCASE ENGINEERS ON A MISSION
Nine in ten (90%) young people dream of a career that tackles social issues according to data from Tomorrow’s Engineers Week and plans for the Week in 2018 (5-9 November 2018) provide fresh impetus to the drive to encourage more young people to consider a career in engineering.
This year, plans include the first Tomorrow’s Engineers Week Big Assembly, offering schools across the UK the chance to take part in the same assembly at the same time.
THE WOMEN'S ENGINEERING SOCIETY LOTTIE DOLLS TOUR
The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) are organising another #LottieTour this year for Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, where engineers will take Lottie dolls to work and take pictures with them to show the amazing and varied careers available in engineering!