Enhanced by Engineering

All members of EngTog support all things fairness and inclusion. So INWED (International Women in Engineering Day) is always a key date in our calendar. We are proud to work alongside WES Tyne and Tees with Jo Douglas-Harris as our Diversity Champion and current holder of the prestigious Isabel Hardwich Medal. Every year INWED is the day the WE50 list is announced and our very own EngTog Chair shall be helping to present the awards to this years worthy winners. We could not be more proud of our members contributions and collaborations.

Putting trust at the heart of collaboration

At Engineering Together we know why and how to collaborate. It was great to see the EngTog ethos at the heart of the Tees Nature Conference 2024. This graphic from #YouveGotThis really summed it up. Together we can trust each other to make the world a better place.

North East STEM Foundation

Yarm Prep School hosted the first two Primary STEM Days funded by The North East STEM Foundation in collaboration with local employers to deliver STEM activities to over 500 children from 10 different schools in the Tees Valley Region. This collaboration aims to inspire and attract future generations into the sector via STEM engagement from an early age.

Check out some of the great STEM work and local companies (where you may spot a familiar face) on YouTube.