We’re investing in the future of engineering – and the future of your workforce.

 

Engineers are the problem solvers of today, but with a growing shortage of qualified engineers and many current engineering students shifting to other fields, who will be there to solve the challenges of tomorrow?

At Adecco Engineering & Technical, we’re providing answers by providing young and aspiring engineers with the support they need to achieve an education and grow in their careers. One way we are doing this is through our 2013 Future Engineers Scholarship contest, which will award $2,500 to one deserving student. The contest is open to high school seniors who plan to pursue studies in engineering and, to win, applicants must submit an entry form and answer the question below:

Along with intelligence, being a successful engineer requires a commitment to craft and a desire to stay on the cutting edge. It’s a unique and demanding field, and studies reveal that many students who plan to pursue an engineering degree do not complete their engineering studies.  

As you think ahead to your academic career, what factors will be integral in keeping you motivated and committed to engineering? An innate love for learning? A unique support system? An outstanding teacher? Also, how do you plan to remain competitive and keep your skills sharp at all times?

For full details about the 2013 Future Engineers Scholarship, or to obtain an application, click here.

To learn more about how Adecco Engineering and Technical is working to engage the next generation of engineers be sure to watch this webinar.

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