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Tomorrow’s Engineers Week inspires girls about engineering

 October 28, 2016

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Engineering companies are projected to need 182,000 people with engineering skills each year up to 2022. There's an urgent need to double the number of graduates and apprentices entering the engineering industry to cover demand, so girls who may have never considered a career in engineering need to be educated and encouraged to better understand the profession.

Shining a spotlight on engineering

So each year, Tomorrow’s Engineers Week shines an important spotlight on engineers and engineering careers. It's an important opportunity to inspire young girls about the incredible things engineers work on and the range of jobs available across industry.

Engineering has a lot to offer

Tomorrow’s Engineers Week inspires young girls by showing them the huge range of careers that engineering involves so that hopefully the next generation will consider all the possibilities that engineering has to offer.

So join Where Women Work as we celebrate #TEWeek16 ... and together let's get way more girls studying STEM and on their journey to becoming amazing and impressive women engineers !!

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