Tomorrows Engineers Week 2020
Experience the world of engineering between 2nd - 6th November
Enginuity news, Industry news
As part of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2020, Enginuity and EAL will be actively involved in promoting the importance of engineering careers and providing information about how to become an engineer in the future.
Taking place between the 2nd – 6th November, an emphasis is being placed on providing inspiring and exciting opportunities for young people to experience the world of engineering on digital and social media platforms.
Alongside other engineering institutions, employers and schools, our social channels will be full of high quality engineers week content supporting this initiative. Including activity such as:
- #ImAnEngineer social campaign, launching on Monday 2 November
- The Big Quiz (new for 2020!), launching on Tuesday 3 November
- #BeTheDifference from the Royal Academy of Engineering, on Wednesday 4 November
- Engineer in 2020 Instagram takeover, on Thursday 5 November
- Tomorrow’s Engineers news announcement, on Friday 6 November
We would love you to join in with us throughout the week and help strengthen the support for a future generation of engineers.
Please follow us on social and interact with our content, interacting with #TEWeek20
Tomorrows Engineers Week social links:
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Engineering Apprenticeships in Scotland
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