As Yiannis Miaoulis, President of the Museum of Science in Boston often says, “We live in an engineered world. Engineering design creates the technologies that support our health, convenience, communication, transportation, living environments, and entertainment – our entire day-to-day”. Technology innovations transform our world, creating whole new industries and occupations. Every job of the future will require a good understanding of science and technology. In addition, as our man-made world keeps becoming more complex, job seekers will have to develop their problem solving skills in order to be able to address unexpected situations. Therefore, young students should gain and hone such skills as early as possible in their lives and get ready for a fascinating but equally challenging future.