You can be part of #TEWeek16

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

Get involved and help shine a spotlight on engineers and engineering careers.
Get involved and help shine a spotlight on engineers and engineering careers.

Taking place from 7 to 11 November 2016, we want civil engineers to do their bit and get involved in some of the following ways:

  • Follow @Tomorrows_Eng on Twitter and tweet about and during the Week using #TEWeek16
  • Nominate yourself or a colleague to feature as a media case study
  • Share a photo or video that showcases a 'hidden engineer'
  • Help answer schoolchildren's questions on how engineers solve problems
  • Record a short video about your engineering job and sector

If you and/or your employer are interested in joining forces to inspire the next generation during Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2016, please get in touch via tew@claremontcomms.com.

Become an ICE Ambassador

If you are inspired to teach young people about civil engineering, you might want to consider signing up to be an ICE ambassador, if you aren't already. Working with young people is fun, rewarding and great for your professional and personal development. Simply email your interest to careers@ice.org.uk.

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