by Rogers Corporation on Jan 24, 2018
One man’s magic is another man’s engineering.” – Robert Heinlein
National Engineers Week is February 18-24! Join us in recognizing engineers and how they make the world a better place.
The annual National Engineers Week is a movement and commitment to raise awareness about STEM careers and the role engineers play in making a difference in our world.
This year’s theme focuses on how engineers inspire wonder by pushing limits and creating new innovations. From self-driving cars on Earth to satellites guiding travel from Space, engineers change the world in wondrous ways.
Engineering Our World
Engineers and Rogers are virtually synonymous. As an engineering company, we are developing advanced materials to power, protect, connect our world. We have over 350 engineers enabling innovations across the world, providing a range of services, from R&D and quality engineering, to supplier and sales engineering.
Celebrating Engineers Week, #eWeek2018
As we prepare to celebrate this exciting week, we join nationwide initiatives to increase understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers. Follow #eWeek2018 to participate in conversations and share your ideas to help prepare future generations of technical problem solvers.
Let’s start by sharing fun and engaging ways to inspire STEM-related career paths, as well as educational resources available to students, teachers, and parents.
Participate in Engineers Week Events
Volunteer for a STEM Program and Share Your Knowledge
Many local youth organizations have or are developing STEM programs. Offer your help as a volunteer or mentor to give students your insight and inspiration about STEM careers.
All it takes is a good conversation, an inspirational story or a mentor to spark curiosity and even aspiration.
Start your volunteer journey by searching for a local STEM organization in your area:
Share Your Ideas and Success Stories!
Share with us in the comments section how you are using engineering to inspire wonder and encourage kids and youth to pursue STEM careers.