89% of our awards alumni (2017 - 2021) are employed in the engineering and technology sector
The importance of inspiring more young people to choose science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects and related degree courses or apprenticeships to bridge the skills gap in the UK industry is widely recognised and has never been more important for the future of our profession.
40,000+ children are taking part in our STEM programmes every year
We're providing transformative STEM experiences to young people, which prepare them for life as an engineer and to be able to draw on these learnings in their future careers.
Aaron is a Degree Apprentice in Software Engineering at Queen Mary University of London.
Aaron has seen young people who’ve never worked in a team before and wouldn’t be seen dead presenting in front of a crowd become fully involved in effective teamwork by the end of the season, and absolutely come to life in front of judges when presenting.
We're helping to provide role models for the next generation
If we want to make a difference it's not later, later, later. It's now! We need more role models to inspire children into STEM from a younger age.
Maryem Khan, an IET Engineering Horizons Bursary recipient sponsored by Cundall, wants to encourage others to take up engineering and use her experience to help young people grow and develop too.
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Your donation helps to ensure that the engineers of tomorrow have a future today.
How we fund what we do
Learn about the ways we source funding and read about some of the stories where our funds have impacted lives.
We help invest in the future of engineering. Your donations make it possible.
If you’d like to find out more about the ways you can support our programmes and initiatives or are considering making a donation, you can contact Helen Osment at email@example.com or by telephone: +44 (0)1438 767410.