Future City Competition


We need your support for the 2019-2020
North Carolina Future City Regional Competition!

NC Future Cities is looking for at least 7 industry professionals to be Mentors!


Mentors volunteer directly with students and share real-life STEM experiences, offer technical guidance, and help translate academic conceptsinto real work of engineering and city design for middle school studentsacross North Carolina. Here is a current list of schools in need:



We hope you will share this request with your employees and encourage them to take time to volunteer for this wonderful program. Print this flyer [penc.us15.list-manage.com]to post in the office.

If you are interested in mentoring, please sign up using this link Mentor [penc.us15.list-manage.com] or emailEric.Misak@wsp.com.

 To learn more, visit www.futurecity.org. 

The mission of the National Engineers Week Future City Competition is to provide a fun and exciting educational engineering program for seventh- and eighth-grade students that combines a stimulating engineering challenge with a "hands-on" application to present their vision of a city of the future.

The competition is intended to: foster engineering skills such as teamwork, communication and problem solving; provide interaction among students, teachers, and engineer mentors; inform the community about the multi-disciplines within the engineering profession; and to inspire students to explore futuristic concepts and careers in engineering.

The National Engineers Week Future City Competition requires:

  • Problem-solving
  • Team work
  • Research and presentation skills
  • Practical math and science applications
  • Computer skills

The competition employs a team-based approach. All members of the team have an important role that is necessary for the completion of the project.

To get involved, email catie.C@penc.org