Engineers Week Contest: Share Your Story, Win a Prize!

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year … for engineers, that is! Next Sunday, February 21, launches Engineers Week 2016, a week dedicated to celebrating the people with the capacity to engineer change and transform lives.

Join us at The Water Cooler

We’re kick-starting the festivities with a contest February 22-26 at The Water Cooler, our exciting new social hub. We’re inviting aspiring engineers, newly minted engineers and seasoned engineers to share their story — of why they want to be an engineer or why they are an engineer. And everyone is invited to tell tales of the many ways they’ve seen engineers transform lives.

The coolest thing about The Water Cooler? There’s no longer a need to click here, there and everywhere to read everyone’s stories. The Water Cooler will bring the conversations about tackling some of the world’s greatest challenges into one shared space.

Contest Participation & Prizes

To participate, share your story in a social media post using #EWBUSA and it will automatically populate for all to see at The Water Cooler. You can also be a part of the contest by posting on EWB-USA’s Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn pages during Engineers Week.

Be creative and share your love of engineering! Each day we will select one contributor to win a $100 Amazon gift card.

What does contest participation look like? Check out these examples!

                       

                         Facebook: Why I Want to be an Engineer     

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Twitter: Why I Admire Engineers

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Our Engineers Week contest is sponsored by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), a partner of EWB-USA that builds a better world by helping individuals get their professional engineering license.

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