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National Engineer’s Week (EWeek) 2018—February 18-24

Since 1951, eWeek has been set aside to recognize the remarkable men and women of this profession. EWeek—the only event of its kind—is a time to:

  • Celebrate how engineers make a difference in our world
  • Increase public dialogue about the need for engineers
  • Bring engineering to life for kids, educators, and parents

Eweek is more than a week-long event. EWeek signifies a year-round commitment to making a difference. To commend engineers and the engineering professions for making our lives better in every conceivable way, use the following samples: a cover letter to elected officials and a draft proclamation.


pdf_icon.png eWeek Proclamation State of Arizona

pdf_icon.png  eWeek Proclamation State of Georgia

pdf_icon.png  eWeek Proclamation Lexington, Kentucky

pdf_icon.png  eWeek Proclamation State of Kentucky

pdf_icon.png eWeek Proclamation State of North Carolina

Sample Cover Letter and Sample Proclamation

word_icon.png Cover Letter with Draft Proclamation EWeek 2018

word_icon.png Draft Proclamation for EWeek 2018

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National Engineer’s Week (EWeek) 2017—February 19-25

Governor Matthew Bevin and Mayor Jim Gray both honored this event by issuing the proclamations shown at the request of ASHRAE Bluegrass Chapter.


pdf_icon.png  eWeek Proclamation Kentucky

pdf_icon.png eWeek Proclamation Lexington

National Engineer’s Week (eWeek) 2016

Nine Proclamations/Statements of Support for ASHRAE and National Engineers Week obtained by Chapters

pdf_icon.png  City of Oro Valley, AZ (PDF)

pdf_icon.png  City of Yuma, AZ (PDF)

pdf_icon.png  State of Arizona (PDF)

pdf_icon.png  City of Cleveland, OH (PDF)

pdf_icon.png  City of Hazleton, PA (PDF)

pdf_icon.png  City of Scranton, PA (PDF)

pdf_icon.png  US Congressman Matthew Cartwright (D-PA-17) (PDF)

pdf_icon.png  US Senator Robert P., Jr. Casey (D-PA) (PDF)

pdf_icon.png  City of Marble Falls, TX (PDF)