What is
Engineering Tomorrow?

We are a nonprofit organization developed by engineers to increase the number of high school students who pursue engineering degrees.

The challenge

Continue America’s leadership in innovation and problem solving at the highest levels.

Our Solution:

  1. Increase the number of US students entering the engineering field.
  2. Change the demographics of the engineering workforce.
Engineering: National and Global Trends

Our labs


  • Designed for remote or hybrid learning environments
  • We provide student kits, teacher guides and student workbooks
  • Independent and self-paced learning
  • Video-conference sessions with Engineers


  • ET donates special lab equipment to schools
  • Classroom teachers deliver the ET curriculum
  • Students work in groups
  • Video-conference sessions with Engineers

Traditional Mobile

  • ET brings sophisticated equipment to a school
  • Students work in groups
  • Engineers deliver the curriculum

Traditional ET Lab Site

  • Schools travel to an ET lab site and use sophisticated equipment
  • Students work in groups
  • Engineers deliver the curriculum

Field Trips

Hundreds of students visit engineering sites every year.

  • Field trips complement lab breakout experiments
  • Students see real-world applications of their work

Field Trip Sites:

  • Indian Point Energy Center
  • Competitive Power Ventures Energy Center
  • Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant
  • Gov. Mario M Cuomo Bridge
  • Bayonne Bridge
  • Bloomberg LP
  • Radicle Farm
  • Manhattan College School of Engineering
  • Clearway Community Solar
  • DC Water
  • Old Croton Aqueduct
  • NYU Tandon School of Engineering
  • Con Edison Learning Center
  • Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington, DC Solar Array
  • St. Charles Energy Center
  • Arlington Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation Project

ET Clubs

Teachers and students use sophisticated engineering equipment to innovate and problem solve.

  • Provide teachers with ideas for engineering projects
  • Share lesson plans with teachers
  • Loan equipment and fund equipment purchases

Meeting the


Schools have seen a 27% increase in the number of minority HS seniors intending to pursue engineering in college.

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All programs are free to schools and students.