Welcome to Aboriginal Access to Engineering, Queen's University

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Bringing 3D Maker workshops to Kanehsatake, Ahkwesahsne, and Tyendinaga in 2017

Our newest book is here!

Meet Lydia Brant, available now to teachers and schools across Canada

We're Engineers

A series of comic books that contextualize a number of disciplines in engineering for Aboriginal youth.

EngWAY

Engineering Week for Aboriginal Youth provides an introduction to university life on campus for students in grades 7 and 8

What Engineers Do

Our most popular publication, an activity book to help you learn about What Engineers Do

Unit Plans for Teachers

Our  Unit Plan, Grade 3 Strong and Stable Structures, is linked to the Ontario Science and Technology Curriculum

For Youth

For Youth

Welcome to Aboriginal Access to Engineering!

We hope you enjoy discovering what a career in engineering looks like, and how exciting it can be!

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About AAE

We are committed to increasing the number of Aboriginal engineers in Canada. By promoting math and science to elementary and high school students, supporting the efforts of their teachers, and enabling access to post-secondary study, we are encouraging more Aboriginal youth to become qualified engineers.

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News & Events

April 21, 2017 / General

Now hiring for a program assistant. The successful candidate will provide educational, operational, and research assistance to initiatives within the Aboriginal Access to Engineering mandate.  This includes outreach...

August 22, 2016 / Outreach

This week we took to the road with some exciting chemistry activities for the youth. Campers enjoyed being creative and making a mess while making play-doh and elephant toothpaste. They were able to see how household...

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