Thank you for your interest in joining the EngineerGirl Where They Work Directory where you can celebrate the good work that engineers do by sharing information about your organization and the type of work that engineers do there.
This directory is meant to serve as a resource for k-12 students and illustrate all the different types of environments where engineers work and make a difference. While many older students – including university students – will see these profiles, it is very important that all information is appropriate for students ages 10-14. Please be sure that you fill in the profile form below completely.
As the designated representative for your organization, you will be responsible for creating and maintaining the profile and will be the primary point of content for the EngineerGirl staff. Your profile will only appear publicly in the Where They Work directory after it has been reviewed by an NAE staff member.
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The winners of the 2017 EngineerGirl Essay Contest have been announced! NAE President C. D. Mote, Jr. said, "Students’ devotion to protecting endangered animals is always inspiring to me, and their doing so through engineering, which is about solving problems of people and society, is doubly so. Congratulations to the winners!" Check out the link below to read the wonderful essays.