Want to know more about what our anniversary year will entail? Here’s just a brief glimpse into what we’ve got planned…
Global youth campaign - Our #DifferenceMaker campaign, where young people will interview and share stories of people engineering a better world.
Junior membership - A new club to help build further interest in engineering and technology via a portal of resources, discussions, competitions and much more.
Global Engagement Fund - Support for our 4,000+ volunteers around the world to help them host special events and activities during the anniversary year.
Open House goes international - After six successful years, our Engineering Open House Day programme will reach around the world and offer a behind-the-scenes look at the wonder of a career in engineering.
Augmented reality - We’re going inside every-day technologies to show just how much goes into these amazing feats of manufacturing.
Fashion partnership Engineering is behind everything we touch and use – even the clothes we wear. We’re bringing engineers and the fashion industry together to solve some of its biggest challenges.
Celebrations at our global engineering hub - IET London: Savoy Place, alongside our other venues and offices around the world, will host a variety of celebratory events to mark this momentous occasion.
Bigger and better awards - Our prestigious award ceremonies will continue to inspire and recognise talent in our industry, but on an even larger scale.
Primary Schools engagement programme - We already have a phenomenal army of education volunteers, and during our anniversary year we’re going to go to more schools than ever before to inspire the next generation.
FIRST® LEGO® League International Open – As the proud operational partner for UK and Ireland, we will welcome teams from across the world at this global final – expecting over 1,000 young people from over 50 countries to celebrate their hard work and put their programmed robots to the test.
EXPO 2020, Dubai – We’re teaming up with the UK Government to create a display of engineering ideas that have changed the world, which will be on show at the UK pavilion and is inspired by our 100 items exhibit at IET London: Savoy Place.