A drive to make things better.

Discover how a curiosity for how things work and a sense of play can lead to making the world a better place.

We asked engineers in Manitoba why they became engineers and what inspires them today. Here's what they said.

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A spark of curiosity can help connect communities.

Whether you’re in Nigeria or Manitoba, engineering connects us all in ways that have the potential to change lives.

I didn’t know where my road would take me.

Engineering brings together a mix of science, math, creativity and critical thinking to help create solutions that move us forward as people and as communities.

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From lego building to rocket  Launching.

Inspiration can come from the smallest of things. A childhood fascination with building toys can lead to a career of building and launching rockets into space.

Access builds opportunities for northern communities.

Engineering offers opportunities to anyone with the drive to give back and make the world a better place. From the smallest rural communities to the largest metropolises, engineering is all around us. 

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