Presented by: Sarah Angelou & Jannatul Oyshie, undergraduate students of Engineering at the University of Toronto
Presented by two undergraduate student leaders at the Engineers Without Borders, the University of Toronto Chapter, this video is perfect for the young scientist who may be considering Engineering as a future career. This video workshop goes into some background of the larger parent non-profit organization Engineers Without Borders Canada, and how a high school student may get involved and participate in the organization. Then, Sarah and Jannatule take you through The Engineering Design Process, a critical backbone for engineers to effectively solve problems in the industry. Following along with their workshop using this Accompanying Activity. Finally, these engineers will give you a design challenge that you can solve and submit to them via email for the chance to win a prize and to be featured on their website.
If you have any questions about the challenge or about engineering in general, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Sarah and Jannatul from this video at firstname.lastname@example.org.