Inspiring the next generation of problem solvers and game changers!
We have officially enjoyed our first month of being an independent not-for-profit organization! Our friends at EWB Canada were kind enough to write up our exit from their
organization. We really appreciate their good wishes!
On to the work: we had great sessions with our partners at the Bluewater and Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board, continued the conversation with fantastic change firm Enviro-Stewards, welcomed a new crop of Engineers-in-Residence to the program for the 2018-2019 school year, and had some exciting calls with some organizations we can align with in the
Reminder: We're no longer running National Engineering Month, but we still encourage you to get involved! You can get up to $700 toward an event in March. Deadline is November 30th. Apply here!
Welcome friend and fellow change-agent, disrupter, champion, and leader! We are here to help you inspire the next generation of problem solvers and game changers. If you're looking for a way to create positive change - you're in good company!
When it comes to creating change, sometimes we hear excuses. Things like:
- I'm just one person, I can't make a big impact
- I don't have the time
- I'm just too busy
- Things are never going to change!
It's not too hard to find excuses, but we're here to tell you there is another way. Imagine feeling passionate about your work, reconnecting to why you decided to do what you do, feeling like you ARE having an impact!
How about joining the growing movement to tell better stories about engineering??
We'd love for you to be involved. We are looking for:
- Volunteers to run events with young people in your community. We'll coach you on how to shift perceptions and make a difference:
- Sponsors to support the more than 250,000 positive STEM experiences we have helped to create for kids:
- Organizations who want utilize their employees' time and talent, build teams, and connect to their local
Becky and Erica, the whole pumped up EoT Team!
|We invite you to join the conversation as part of our LinkedIn group, check out our engineering outreach resources on our YouTube Channel, and check out our blog posts on Medium.