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The idea for The Code came from a Shell-hosted roundtable, as part of the Government’s Year of Engineering campaign, which was dedicated to exploring how we can improve co-ordination in the sector. Working alongside the Department for Education, we worked with over 100 organisations and individuals to shape the Code as a community. 

It’s shaped around four key pledges:

  1. Ensuring programmes contribute to a sustained and rich STEM journey for all young people
  2. Ensuring all young people have opportunities to engage in engineering-inspiration activities, so that no one is left behind
  3. Promoting a positive, compelling and authentic view of engineering, and showcasing the breadth of opportunities
  4. Improving the monitoring and evaluation of programmes and activities to develop a shared understanding of what works

All organisations that fund, design and/or deliver engineering-inspiration activities are invited to become a signatory by visiting the Tomorrow’s Engineers Code website.


STEM in schools

Shell supports a number of STEM programmes delivered in schools and remotely. Find out more about each programme.

STEM partnerships

Shell partners with other organisations to deliver inspiring STEM programmes and to increase the number and diversity of people choosing to study engineering.

STEM careers

Explore the fantastic careers resources on offer through our partners, or discover the exciting career opportunities at Shell.