New Tomorrow's Engineers website launched
Tomorrow’s Engineers brings together free advice and guidance, curated from across the engineering community, to support practitioners in providing young people with engineering careers inspiration. The website includes the latest thinking on a range of topics, from how to run virtual events and top tips for ensuring an inclusive approach, to how to survey young people and improve engaging outreach activities.
The aim is to develop, curate and share a range of tips, resources, guidance and evidence to improve practice and the collective impact of the engineering sector as a whole to help inspire more young people from all backgrounds to consider a future in engineering.
The Tomorrow’s Engineers website includes resources for practitioners that:
- Promote the wide range of careers in modern engineering
- Support the design and delivery of engineering activities with young people in mind
- Focus on equality, diversity and inclusion – reaching all young people with engineering inspiration
- Share what learnings from research and evaluation, and how to evaluate better.
Teachers who may have used previous versions of the website are encouraged to instead visit and use the brilliant engineering experiences on Neon, a digital platform that gives teachers easy access to quality assured online and offline engineering outreach activities and careers resources.
Practitioners from the STEM community are encouraged to recommend resources for inclusion on the Tomorrow’s Engineers website and say what else they would like to see on the site via www.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk/working-together