Did you know?
Every year, during the week of George Washington’s birthday, the U.S. recognizes National Engineers Week!
How did this come about?
The recognition started in 1951, by the National Society of Professional Engineers, because Washington is sometimes considered the first engineer of the United States.
Since then, the purpose of National Engineers Week (EWeek) is to draw attention and consideration to careers in engineering and technology. The National Society of Professional Engineers partners with more than 70 engineering, education, and cultural societies, and more than 50 corporations and government agencies to raise awareness of the positive contributions that engineers make each and every day.
At ISE, we know our software engineers make a huge impact on our clients and their business objectives. We're also passionate about teaching others (specifically the younger generation) about careers in STEM.
So whether you know a mechanical, civil, electrical, environmental, architectural, or computer engineer, thank them today, and get involved by learning more about the different EWeek programs taking place this week!