Engineers in the Classroom
Where Can Engineering Take You?
Have you ever wondered what an engineer does? Here are a few examples, but there are many, many more . . .
packaging, telecommunications, computer science, technical sales; ensuring safe food and healthy ecosystems; processing of materials, the production or utilization of energy through chemical reactions; apply knowledge to developing new materials; plan, design, and construct civil works like highways, water and wastewater systems, tunnels, dams, buildings, and bridges; designing, implementing, testing, and maintaining complex software systems for a variety of areas including business, engineering, and gaming; electrical and electronic circuits and devices, power, communications, signal processing and systems control; theory, design, and applications of computers and information processing; conduct hazardous-waste management studies and evaluate the significance of the hazard, advise on its treatment and containment, and develop regulations to prevent mishaps; design, manufacture, and test essentially every product of modern society
Have an engineer come into your classroom and have them explain what they do, how they got to where they are and how a typical day looks. They will also give you great insights to planning your educational pathway that leads to a career in Engineering.
Book an Engineer guest speaker by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-529-4483 ex 226.
Professional Engineers Ontario proudly sponsor this program through the Industry Education Council of Hamilton