2023–24 Academic Year Impact Report

Engineering Tomorrow experienced unprecedented growth during the 2023–24 school year. We are thrilled to capitalize on this momentum as we look to the future.

Our Story

Engineering Tomorrow is a nonprofit founded in 2014 to bring the diverse world of engineering to high school students who might not otherwise have access.

We provide no-cost, virtual engineering and STEM labs, delivered by professional engineers. Students work together to build electric cars, bridges, circuits and more, connecting what they learn in the classroom to real-world engineering challenges.

  • 2014 Engineering Tomorrow founded
  • No cost To students, teachers and schools
  • 2.2M+ Individual labs completed
Our Impact

We intentionally seek out diverse student populations.

Our labs inspire students to pursue engineering as a career. A significant number of students who participate in our labs enroll as engineering majors in college.

  • 51%/49%

    Male/Female
  • 47%

    Black/Hispanic
  • 40%

    Qualify for free/reduced lunch
  • 90%

    Public School

A year of unprecedented growth.

As we experienced exponential growth in the past year, we evolved our format to meet the new demand and to ensure we can continue to capitalize on this momentum into the future.

  • Reaching more students than ever before

  • Evolving our format to meet demand

  • Keeping the momentum going

  • Building tomorrow’s workforce

  • 572,000+

    Students engaged in 2023–24 academic year
  • 6,500+

    Number of teachers participated
  • 3,600+

    Participating schools
  • 1.8M+

    Individual labs completed
  • 29,500+

    Average number of students attending a Lab Day event
  • 447,000+

    Lab kits sent out this year

Walter Pinto

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

EnLink Midstream

Mike Greenheck

Vice President

CTech Manufacturing

Imani Maliti

Academy of Mount St. Ursula

Class of 2018

Bronx, NY

Shaping the future of engineering.

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Join Us.

There are a lot of ways to engage with Engineering Tomorrow – by teaching our labs, becoming a partner, donating, or bringing our labs to your classrooms. Click one of the links below, or reach out to our team at contact@engineeringtomorrow.org

Unlock opportunities for kids all over the country.

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