See how Engineering Tomorrow
is making a difference.
Through our programming, many students develop a strong interest in pursuing a career in engineering.
“I feel like I’m gaining opportunities that normal Bronx kids wouldn’t be able to access. Especially coming from Gun Hill Road where there aren’t a lot of chances to engage in the STEM fields, Engineering Tomorrow gives me access to a community that I’ve never been able to explore before.”
Academy of Mount St. Ursula, Class of 2018
By the numbers.
Individual labs completed
Schools and nonprofit groups involved
International lab sites
Professional engineers + college mentors
After participating in an Engineering Tomorrow lab, students from over 20 states report an increased interest in engineering as a career path:
of all students
of minority students
of female students
Hear from our teachers.
“Engineering Tomorrow is a professional, engaging, and exciting experience for our students. Keep doing what you’re doing. The fact that it’s all free to students and teachers is just amazing.”
Academy of Charter Schools
"This program put an emphasis on showing my students that there are people that look just like them who are engineers. Many of my students made a connection with the engineer presenter due to her ethnic background alone and that was exciting! The lab motivated the young ladies who felt a bit discouraged about this class. Thank you so much for the level of diversity and abundant knowledge you all have offered my students!"
Newtown High School
"The Engineering Tomorrow Virtual Lab program sounds like it is too good to be true, but it really is that good! The presentations were engaging - my students loved hearing from industry engineers and engineering students, and the content delivered was excellent. All materials were provided so we were able to participate in this program without concern for our budget. A really valuable experience. I can't wait to do more labs!"
Bishop Eustace High School
Pennsauken Township, NJ