This is Engineering is a multi-year campaign led by the Royal Academy of Engineering to bring engineering to life for young people as well as give more people the opportunity to pursue a career that is future-shaping, well-paid and in-demand.
The Rail Week initiative has been the brainchild of the professional networking association Young Rail Professionals (YRP), supported by many organisations across the rail industry pledging to host events and reach out to schools, colleges and parents in their area.
We’re proud to be a founding partner of the Institution of Civil Engineers’ (ICE) Infrastructure Learning Hub, which promotes a variety of STEM careers and aims to inspire the next generation by demonstrating the impact engineers can have on the world around us.
Since 2004, Atkins volunteers have mentored the G3 Grady High School Robotics Team in Atlanta, GA, introducing students to technology careers and providing a glimpse into the engineering profession. #Eweek2016 #DronesForGood #Engineering #STEM
As part of the Year of Engineering, we want people to know what engineering's really like. That it’s exciting, creative – and a brilliant future for people who love to dream up ideas. Watch and give a share to get parents and educators inspired too.
Every year, our Project Controls group based out of the Broward County Public Schools client office in Ft. Lauderdale, FL hosted interns from Blanche Ely High School and Stranahan High School with career interests in architecture, construction, and engineering-related industries.
The engineering sector is one of the most integral parts of the UK economy, employing 19% of the nation’s total workforce and generating 25% of the UK’s 2015 GDP. With technology continuing to shape the sector, and the current political and economic landscape in a state of flux, it’s clear that a talent pipeline must be developed to ensure strong future growth, both at home and internationally. To do this, parents and caregivers, educators and the industry at large need to identify new ways in w