Tomorrow’s Engineers Week will return for its ninth year, from 8 to 12 November 2021. Taking inspiration from COP26, #TEWeek21 will look at how engineers and engineering can contribute to tackling climate change and achieving net zero.
The annual celebration highlights to young people that engineering is a creative, problem solving, exciting career that improves the world around us. With the 2021 edition of the Week coinciding with the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow, Tomorrow’s Engineers Week will focus on demonstrating how engineering careers can contribute to tackling climate change and achieving net zero.
The Week will feature the first ever Tomorrow’s Engineers Week Schools COP where students from across the UK will come together to discuss the vital importance of achieving net zero and explore how engineers are at the heart of tackling the climate crisis. The event will also explore how the engineers and technicians behind technological and scientific breakthroughs will be at the heart of the world’s response to climate change in the coming years.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week provides a unique opportunity for schools, employers, professional institutions, and engineers to drive interest in engineering careers, showing young people that engineering is a creative, problem solving, exciting career that improves the world around us and is playing an active part in achieving net zero.
Want to get involved?
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week has returned with new social media channels for 2021, so don’t forget to give them a follow and share the content from #TEWeek21 on
You can also:
- Sign up to The Tomorrow’s Engineers Code, invite your employer networks to do the same, share your signatory status on social media. View https://code.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk/ for more info.
- Be a part of Neon and help teachers across the UK discover your brilliant engineering experiences. Find out more at https://neonfutures.org.uk/submit-an-experience/