Work Together to Create Meaningful Experiences
Great things happen when passion and purpose come together. Engineer for the Week is dedicated to spotlighting projects that help to tackle social issues through our events and programming.
Continue Your Engineering Journey
Every participant who completes at least one project sprint will receive a signed EFTW Certificate of Completion from Facebook. Select teams whose projects are chosen by Facebook engineers will be invited to join us at Facebook HQ for the EFTW Achievement Summit, where teens will work on advancing their education and products.
Good Deed Award
During the EFTW Achievement Summit, several teams whose projects take an innovative approach to adding social value will receive the Good Deed Award, a cash prize that will be allocated by the winning teams to a chosen non-profit.
EFTW Achievement Summit
The EFTW Achievement Summit brings together EFTW finalists from across the country for a day of inspiration, collaboration and celebration.
Our EFTW Webinars will provide an opportunity for engaged teens and facilitators to advance their education on topics they're passionate about.
Meet teens who have used our programs as a launching pad for their engineering journeys!
Creating Vizor projects was really fun and interesting. I loved how any of issues could be dealt with in the group chat efficiently and quickly.
Bethelehem is a student from Arroyo High School in California. She participated in and won the main prize for the TechSummer program during the summer of 2017.
I loved the chance to interact with experts in the industry. I learned a lot from them as I went through the program, and because of this am more interested in virtual reality.
Karen Lee is a student from Arroyo High School in California. She participated and won the main prize for the TechSummer program during the summer of 2017.
The opportunity to work with students from so many different backgrounds was immensely rewarding. What impressed me most was the incredible talent and drive of my students who actually surpassed the level we see in some college VR classes.
Noam Ben-Avi is a Masters Student from Stanford, CA who directed our Virtual Reality Camp during the summer of 2016.
The EFTW Achievement Summit brings together finalist teams from across the country.