Expanding access to engineering.

Learn how to get involved with Engineering Tomorrow and help us further our mission.

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Offer your students a hands-on introduction to engineering. Align with your teaching goals, awaken student curiosity, and adapt to fit your schedule.

Explore our virtual labs


Interested in teaching our labs, or developing a new one? We’d love to hear from you.

College Students

  • College Mentorship: Connect with high school students and offer first-hand experience on what it’s like to study engineering.
  • Summer Internships: Join our team to help us increase our reach and develop new labs and programming.

Partner Organizations

Join our founding sponsor, Global Infrastructure Partners, in supporting Engineering Tomorrow. Contact us to discuss potential opportunities to broaden access to engineering across the nation.

Hear from our teachers, engineers, and college students.

"After 16 months of virtual learning, I was beyond excited to find a program that took the best parts of online learning (connecting people from all over the United States) with hands-on labs that allowed my students to brainstorm, collaborate, and create solutions to real world issues! The team at Engineering Tomorrow is top-notch and created a seamless experience for both myself and my students! If you are a STEM teacher, I highly recommend you schedule a lab today!"

-Autumn Reaghard

Bright Star Schools
Los Angeles, CA

“As an engineer myself, I relish the opportunity to engage with young, talented high school students and ignite in them an interest in the field. From the lab sessions to one-on-one conversations with aspiring female engineers, the impact on the students is clear and I am proud that Engineering Tomorrow is bringing inner-city youth the opportunity to reach their full potential.”

-Alexandra Coleman

Head of Optimization

“I spent the last two summers working with high-level engineers at ET to develop a 3D printing lab and a wing lift lab. I gained valuable project experience by putting the engineering design process into practice. Working with engineers helped me decide to pursue a career in manufacturing and prepared me for engineering internship interviews. My experience at ET has really set my application apart because I already had two years of project experience that is uncommon for first and second-year students to have.”

-Olivia Jaenicke

BS, Mechanical Engineering
University of Notre Dame
Class of 2020

Engineer a path for your students.

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