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Sunday, January 18 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Engineering Outreach Booth Design Challenge

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As an engineer or engineering student, how would you describe to strangers what it is you do/will do for a living? The engineering profession has an image problem. Public opinion views engineering as a career knee-deep in calculations and technical jargon, instead of our reason for being: helping people live better lives. In this session, you will design and prototype an Outreach Booth for members of the general public that delivers this message. The best ideas will be funded and scaled across the EWB network!

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avatar for Erica Lee Garcia

Erica Lee Garcia

Venture Lead, Engineers of Tomorrow (EWB Canada)
Venture Lead of Engineers of Tomorrow, a new venture of Engineers Without Borders Canada that inspires the next generation of game-changers and problem-solvers through effective, impactful engineering outreach to youth and the general public. | | Erica is a licensed professional engineer with over 10 years experience in automotive manufacturing, mining and non-profit management.  Six Sigma Black Belt, professional change agent, innovator... Read More →
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Alan Ham

Venture Strategist, Engineers of Tomorrow
Venture Strategist of Engineers of Tomorrow, a new venture of Engineers Without Borders Canada that inspires the next generation of game-changers and problem-solvers through effective, impactful engineering outreach to youth and the general public.I am a graduate of the Automotive Engineering and Management (Hons) program at the University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology (UOIT), a program I enrolled in due to a passion for transportation... Read More →


Sunday January 18, 2015 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Jacques-Cartier 900 de la gauchetière ouest

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