National Engineers Week was founded in 1951 by The National Society of Professional Engineers and is celebrated annually at the time of George Washington's Birthday. Our first president was a military engineer and a land surveyor. Like our first president, today's engineers are problem solvers. They design, develop and oversee the manufacture and construction of products, machines and structures. Engineers Week is a time to recognize the contributions engineers have made to our way of life and to encourage students to pursue engineering careers to perpetuate advancements for future generations.
The Engineers Club and all the Associate Societies encourage everyone to come out and support these activities at The Garrett-Jacobs Mansion, 11 West Mount Vernon Place, the Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Highway, and Morgan State University, 1700 East Cold Spring Lane. For more information call 410.539.6914. For information on other challenges in the Maryland Engineering Challenges Series, visit the Baltimore Museum of Industry website at thebmi.org, and click the Educational Programs link.
The Engineers Club and Engineers Week Council thanks its sponsors for Engineers Week 2018, marking it's 67th Anniversary.
Click image at right for a Full Size PDF of the 2018 Engineers Week schedule of activities.