e2 Young Engineers enrichment programs

We believe in making knowledge in the fields of math, science and technology accessible to all children through lessons that are enjoyable.

We employ our exclusive “edutainment” (education and entertainment) approach to teaching.


Young Engineers global learning

Young Engineers global learning goal is to lay the foundations in every country for continuous economic growth and to provide employment for a new set of technology workers, who will enhance the level of innovation and expertise.


Coding all the way to the future

As the world progresses further into the 21st century, programming is becoming a critical layer of all our lives. It is the language of much of the world around us. Algobrix is probably the only product introduced to our world that offers a wide range of programming flexibilities while maintaining a playful hands-on experience. It is the ultimate solution for children who aspire to have fun while discovering the basics of software engineering and develop their algorithmic thinking.

Unlike other physical programming interfaces, Algobrix does not only focus on the programming aspect but also on the gaming aspect which will motivate the child to learn more. The fun aspect arises twice, once in the coding experience where all the Algobrix blocks are easily connected and secondly in the Algobot. The Algobot is easy to assemble robot, made of stackable cubes and a variety of building possibilities. By playing with Algobot and Algobrix alike, children are exposed to a familiar construction toy and can rely on their beloved way of gaming to complete such a programming task without feeling threatened or frustrated.

There’s an electricity in the air!

Meet the new development from e² Young Engineers and BRIXO: The Brixo education.

These unique bricks safely conduct electricity and connect to your phone to enable you to go above and beyond with your models and are used interchangeably with your favorite building blocks. They can be triggered by sound, light and touch. You can set your phone’s alarm clock to only shut off when you build a pyramid, or you can make a treat dispenser that gives your dog a treat every time it goes to its crate when there’s a knock at the door, or help your kid to build a nightlight that turns on when he says “heebeejeebee”. The possibilities are endless and oh so great.

USA Headquarters

6022 W.Maple Rd.

Suite 403, West Bloomfield, MI. 48322

Office Phone: +248.602.3162

You may also contact us via email at: info@youngeng.net

Worldwide Headquarters

Science Park, Mail Box 4077

Nes Ziona, Israel, P.C. 7414002

Office Phone: +972.74.7019939

Fax: +972.8.6996511

You may also contact us via email at: info@youngeng.net

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