Mission: The engineering center education trust was established for charitable and educational purposes related to engineering and land surveying including but not limited to providing a permanent space for meeting rooms in which educational programs will be held, a research library and technical resource center and an exhibition area in which the works of engineers and allied professionals will be displayed. In addition, the trust is engaged in the sponsorship and funding of lectures, seminars, and conferences, journals and other publications for the continuing professional education of engineers and land surveyors.
Programs: The engineering center education trust is the steward for the phillips-winthrop house at one walnut street, which provides a space for the community of engineers, surveyors, and allied professionals to gather for continuing professional education through lectures, conferences, and seminars.
the engineering center education trust provided a $2,500 scholarship to two senior high school students enrolling in an engineering program in college.
the engineering center education trust contributes to the prominence of the engineering and land surveying organizations by providing administrative services to various tax exempt engineering organizations in new england.