Have you ever wondered how to design and build a robot? Are you interested in learning from and with current engineering students about what it's really like to be an engineer? The College of Engineering offers K-12 students the opportunity to participate in a signature program facilitated by College of Engineering staff or faculty or to attend one of our annual Engineering student organization events. 

In 2007, the College of Engineering established a K-12 Outreach program to encourage K-12 students to explore their personal interests and engage in interactive engineering experiences. Through these experiences, K-12 students meet College of Engineering students, faculty, and staff and to learn more about careers in engineering. We partner with schools and community organizations to build skills and spark excitement for future engineers, especially underrepresented youth.

Check out the programs we offer!

 

Events

Pomerantz Career Center - Employer Interviews - Week of Feb. 6

Monday, February 6 8:00am to Friday, February 10, 2023 5:00pm
Pomerantz Center
On-Campus Interviews for the week of Feb. 6-10 (Note: For most schedules, you must submit an interview request at least two weeks in advance to be considered). Feb. 10 Abbott ACT Inc. Bayer Collins Aerospace Hormel Foods Corporation IMEG International Paper Keyence Kiewit Kimley-Horn Skyworks Solutions Snyder & Associates Tenneco USG   STEP 1: Log into your Handshake account STEP 2: Enter or Update Profile Information STEP 3: Upload Your Résumé. Click on your name in the...
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LEaPP Academy Launch Event

Monday, February 6, 2023 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Seamans Center
Launch into our newest initiative, LEaPP, by attending on of these informational sessions.

OUR SIGNATURE PROGRAMS

Student working on robot

FIRST Tech Challenge

FIRST gives students the opportunity to develop the "muscle between their ears" and to gain experiences that will affect their future.

student mentoring kid in MESA

MESA Tutoring Program

The MESA Tutoring Program is a service for students traditionally underrepresented in STEM fields who request additional support with coursework.

Girls coding

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is a program for 6th to 12th graders to explore coding in a fun and friendly way.

OUR OTHER PROGRAMS

kids at AIChE camp

AIChE Day Camps

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) student organizations holds two annual day camps for children in kindergarten to 5th grade to conduct fun and educational STEM activities.

girls at black girls do science event

Black Girls Do Science

Black Girls Do Science is a one-day program encouraging underrepresented girls in 4th-8th grades to pursue a career in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) field.

demonstration at Noche de Ciencias event

Noche de Ciencias

The goal of the Noche de Ciencias Program is to inspire Hispanic youth to pursue STEM degrees and careers.

girls at SWE high school conference

SWE High School Conference

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) annual event invites 10th-12th grade girls for a weekend conference that allows them to learn about engineering.

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Youth Policies

Policy documents and forms pertaining to our youth related programs.