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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A high school math contest ignites a lifelong passion.

The math adds up for a girl from Botswana when she discovers that an innate talent for numbers will change her life’s trajectory and give her the ability to inspire others.

A thirst for knowledge leads to a life of discovery.

There’s no progress without curiosity. But asking questions and challenging the status quo is only half the battle. Engineers persevere until those challenges are met and those questions are answered.

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Transforming lives through engineering ingenuity.

Engineering is about opportunities — not only for the engineers themselves but about the contributions they make in the world from which we all have the fortune to benefit.

An inspiring uncle ignites a flame of passion for engineering.

Engineering is truly a family affair when a young girl is inspired by her Uncle’s adventures, leading to a lifelong career in mechanical engineering.

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Building opportunity for the LGBTQ2S community.

Diversity benefits us all regardless of the industry. New perspectives open doors for all Manitobans, creating new and exciting opportunities. All it takes is for someone to be the first to walk through them.

When Crisis knocks, Engineering answers.

Inspired by her Aunt and driven by a natural curiosity, an EIT shares how engineering innovation is borne out of need and a passion to help.

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Looking at the world in a different way.

Representing an First Nations perspective in the field of Geoscience provides an appreciation for the land and how we use it. It’s all about balance.

Innovating now for a better future.

In a world that hinges on our ability to address climate change, engineers are at the forefront of innovation for good.

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Exploring the world with Geoscience.

When we think about explorers, geologists aren’t always top of mind. But few occupations can take us as far or wide as those in the Geosciences.

Learn more about Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba.