What inspired you to be an engineer? Was it the opportunity to work on
interesting projects? Help change the world?
We all know engineers are critical to our world. Engineers are a driving
force behind the innovations that shape our lives, and we need more engineers,
and more kinds of engineers, to address the challenges facing the 21st century.
ExxonMobil invites you and your organization to join us and our
thousands of engineers in a new initiative to show kids the amazing
opportunities for engineers. Our goal is simple – excite the next generation to
learn about science, technology, engineering and math so they can be our future
innovators. We will be working with the engineering community to cultivate and
share content and information that illuminates the profession to young people.
And more importantly, show how they can be part of the solutions to some of the
toughest challenges facing society by becoming an engineer.
That’s where you and your organization come in. Help us jumpstart
this initiative and tell us why engineering is a cool career choice. Click http://reasons.beanengineer.com/engineers/
more on why we want to hear from you and send your stories, ideas, quotes,
pictures, videos and personal anecdotes to Reasons@BeAnEngineer.com.
There are no wrong answers. In fact, we are looking for all kinds of
- rational and factual
Our hope is to create an on-going and ever-growing list of all the
amazing reasons to become an engineer. We will use social media to spread
the word and inspire others to add to it.
Feel free to share this letter with your constituents and fellow
engineers – as we can never have too many participants in this effort.
Thank you for all your contributions to the engineering profession.
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