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Our upcoming events

12Dec

O2 Roof Top Climb

Become an explorer. Climb suit. Boots. Harness. Latch. Clip onto the walkway and go on up. Your climb guide will be with you every step of the way.

31Aug

iDrop Abseil

An incredible descent from the viewing platform of the British Airways i360 for brave adventurers, and scared ones too.

02Oct

Snowdon at Night

Conquer Snowdon under the cover of darkness!

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“Making a meaningful and enduring difference” – your impact in 2022-23

Our CEO Jane shares her thoughts on how your support helped us make a real difference for engineers and their families around the world.

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From struggling graduate to thriving role model: my neurodiversity story

Award winning engineer Martin shares his inspirational story of overcoming challenges in a neurotypical world.

Important conversations: Let’s talk about bullying

Our recent webinar guest speaker Jonathan Wilson retired early due to a traumatic experience of workplace bullying. This is his story.