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Engineering Outreach Supporters

Supporting Engineering Outreach is a direct investment in the future, empowering the next generation to excel in a tech-centric world. Your contributions enable us to provide accessible, engaging STEM education to children from all backgrounds, nurturing curiosity and creativity. With your help, we can broaden our impact, improve our offerings, and inspire more young minds toward science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Our efforts are amplified through collaborations with dedicated partners ranging from educational institutions to industry leaders. These partnerships enrich our programs, bringing real-world expertise and additional resources that enhance the learning experience for our students. 

Support our Future Engineers


By donating to Engineering Outreach, you directly support a future engineer's journey towards innovation and discovery. Your contribution plays a crucial role in providing high-quality, accessible STEM education, empowering young minds to explore and excel in engineering and technology. Each donation helps us expand our programs, incorporate cutting-edge tools and resources, and reach more students, especially those from underrepresented communities. This not only fosters a diverse generation of engineers who are ready to tackle global challenges but also ensures that the field of engineering continues to evolve with fresh perspectives and ideas.

Your support can light the spark of curiosity and ambition in a young learner, setting them on a path to becoming a leader in engineering innovation.

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Our Funders


Engineering Outreach is a netowork member of Actua. Actua provides training, resources and support to its national network of members located at universities and colleges across Canada in the delivery of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education outreach programming. Each year, these members engage over 350,000 youth in 500 communities nationwide. Please visit Actua at


The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) is enhancing Ontario Tech Engineering Outreach through a $600,000 PromoScience grant over three years. This support boosts STEM education for Indigenous Youth and Black Youth, providing hands-on learning experiences and resources for teachers, especially in integrating new coding elements into the Ontario science curriculum. NSERC’s commitment helps make STEM accessible and inclusive, empowering the next generation of innovators. 


We acknowledge the support of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).

Nous remercions le Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie du Canada (CRSNG) de son soutien.

Thank you to Hydro One for supporting our Girls Programs.
Thank you to TD Bank for supporting our Girls Programs.
Thank you General Motors Canada for providing funding for our c_wonder: Mobile Design Lab Maker Truck.
Thank you to OnWie for supporting our Girls programs.

The Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWiE) was formed in 2005 between all the schools and faculties of engineering across Ontario, we have since expanded to include schools from coast to coast. The objective of this network is to work collaboratively to support current women and non-binary engineers, students, and encourage the next generation of women and non-binary folks to pursue careers in engineering.

ONWiE works to provide opportunities for women, girls, and queer gender folk and youth to explore and excel in engineering professions


Thank you to Engineers of Tomorrow for partnering with us to run the Future City Competition.

Engineers of Tomorrow is a national charitable organization established in 2014. Our mission is to tell better stories about engineering today to raise awareness about the engineering profession and better inform the engineers of tomorrow.


Thank you to Engineers Canada for partnering with us to run the Future City Competition.

Engineers Canada is the national organization that upholds the honor and integrity of the engineering profession in Canada. Representing over 300,000 engineers, the organization is committed to inspiring the next generation. It actively supports STEM outreach to engage young Canadians in engineering early on, accrediting educational programs and promoting diversity within the field. Through these efforts, Engineers Canada aims to equip youth with critical skills for future careers in engineering.

Our Community Partners

Our partnerships with school boards and libraries are vital to bringing STEM education to the heart of communities. These collaborations enable us to align our programs with educational curriculums and host accessible workshops, ensuring that every student has the opportunity to explore and grow in the fields of engineering and technology. Through these joint efforts, we're nurturing future innovators and expanding the reach of STEM learning. 

Community Partners we work with:
  • Durham Catholic District School Board
  • Durham District School Board
  • Toronto District School Board
  • York Region District School Board
  • Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board
  • Girl Guides of Canada
  • Ontario Tech Engineering Student Clubs and Teams
  • Circle of Success
  • JCA - Jamaican Canadian Association
  • Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child & Family Services
  • Congress of Black Women of Canada (CBWC)
  • Connected North

Libraries we work with:
  • Ajax Public Library
  • Clarington Public Library
  • Oshawa Public Library
  • Pickering Public Library
  • Whitby Public Library

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Interested in supporting STEM education? Send us an email to learn how your ogranization can become a crucial funder or community partner.