Link To Us

Use your own Web site to let others know about Engineer Your Life. We've got a logo, ads, and language you can post right to your Web site.

And there’s much more you can do to help spread the word about Engineer Your Life. Click here to download a press release, op-ed article, and a 4-color ad.

 

EYL Logo

Download the logo below, and then link to us at: http://engineeryourlife.org

 

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EYL Web Ads

Choose an ad from the options below, and then link to us at: http://engineeryourlife.org

 

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To save a logo or ad:

Windows users: Right-click on an image and select 'Save Image As...' from the menu.

Mac users: Drag the image from the page to your desktop. Or, hold the control key and click the image. Then, select 'Save this Image as...' from the menu.



Here are some options for suggested text you can include with the link:

For students:

Short version:

Discover if engineering is a career you’d love!

Long version:

What's your idea of a dream job? Check out www.EngineerYourLife.org to learn about the many cool jobs in engineering, the inspiring experiences of women engineers, what it's like to be a student in an engineering program, and how you can get started on this exciting career path.

For parents, counselors, teachers and engineers:

Short version:

Check out www.EngineerYourLife.org, a guide to engineering for high school girls

Long version:

Engineer Your Life (EYL) is a national messaging campaign designed to reposition engineering as an exciting, rewarding career choice for young women. Anchored by an award-winning multimedia website, www.EngineerYourLife.org, EYL features 10 great reasons to become an engineer, streaming video of inspiring women engineers, descriptions of dream engineering jobs, and advice for parents, counselors, and engineers on how to talk to young women about this career.