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But who will I work for?

Our latest web feature is an Employer Explorer. It will help your students to get an idea about the companies and organisations that might one day employ them – if they get a relevant tertiary qualification in technology, engineering or science, of course.

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Published September 2017
 

Because it makes the world a better place

Hello Café workshops engage girls with hands-on problem-solving activities, introducing them to engineering concepts in the context of humanitarian issues such as providing clean water, emergency housing and solar lighting. Futureintech is running the programme in 10 schools this year, and looking forward to doing more in 2018.

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Published September 2017
 

Glowing pathways and driverless cars

Students have developed computer games and made animated films about their ideas for safer and more sustainable transport as part of the NZ Transport Agency's Future Transport Competition.

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Published September 2017
 

IPENZ to become Engineering New Zealand

IPENZ – the host organisation of the Futureintech programme – will officially unveil its new name on 1 October and launch a new membership pathway structure.

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Published September 2017
 

National engineering events next week!

The 2017 Week of Engineering (31 July to 5 August) includes three public expos, a programme of workplace visits for students and screenings of Dream Big, a film about the marvels of engineering.

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Published July 2017
 


 

Futureintech is an initiative of Engineering New Zealand, funded by Callaghan Innovation

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