The Tomorrow’s Engineers Code: Virtual launch

15 October 2020

Tomorrow’s Engineers creating a more joined-up way to make engineering careers accessible for this generation of young people. Visit the official event page here.

About this Event

Join Tomorrow Engineers to celebrate the launch of the Tomorrow’s Engineers Code. 

Find out what The Code is, how it’ll work and how your organisation can get involved. 


About The Code

Engineering is a varied, stimulating and valuable career and we need to work harder than ever to ensure that it is accessible for this generation of young people – for their own life chances and so that we have a diverse and insightful workforce that enables the UK to thrive. 

From an idea at a Year of Engineering roundtable to a code shaped by more than 100 organisations and individuals, we have created a framework to maximise impact. After this launch event, we’ll be inviting organisations to make a commitment to work together, to collaborate for change. 

The launch

This marks the start of a new approach to engagement, with Professional Engineering Institutions, FTSE 100 corporates, SMEs, government departments and universities working towards common goals to increase the diversity and number of young people entering engineering. 

Join the virtual launch to hear from some unexpected voices who’ll prompt us to think about things a little differently. There will also be opportunities to network and meet members of the Advisory Board. 

Please note:

• The full programme will be added shortly.

• Details of how to access the event will be emailed out to you ahead of the session.

Who should attend?

This event is open to senior leaders and practitioners responsible for decision making linked to the funding, design and/or delivery of engineering-inspiration activities, including STEM programmes dedicated to inspiring young people into engineering. 

Help grow this community

Forward details of this session to your colleagues. Any organisation involved in delivering engineering-inspiration activity is encouraged to become a signatory, so help us spread the message.

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