Tomorrow's Engineers Code
Increasing the diversity and number of people going into engineering is a huge challenge – and not one we can do alone. That’s why we were instrumental in shaping The Code: a framework for increasing sector-wide collaboration, so that STEM programmes work better together.
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:
- Ensuring programmes contribute to a sustained and rich STEM journey for all young people
- Ensuring all young people have opportunities to engage in engineering-inspiration activities, so that no one is left behind
- Promoting a positive, compelling and authentic view of engineering, and showcasing the breadth of opportunities
- 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.
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