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Science On Wheels Supervisor at Pacific Science Center

WHEELThe Science On Wheels Engineering van visits schools in all 39 counties of Washington State. Teachers perform an all-school presentation on the design process for three different types of engineering. Afterwards, students are visited in each classroom for hands-on design activities.

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Spring Engineering Education Days (SEEDs) at Santa Clara University

SEEDThe School of Engineering is pleased to announce its Spring Engineering Education Days (SEEDs).

Overview: Each Saturday in April, participants attend two class sessions taught by engineering faculty. SEEDs sessions provide high school sophomores and juniors an opportunity to explore engineering topics not normally available to them.. Sessions are held 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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Ripple Institute Inc. at Ripple Institute

RIPPRIPPLE institute’s mission is to inspire young people to pursue careers in science, technological, engineering and mathematical fields of study. This mission is accomplished through an outsource model of community partnership/outreach. The RIPPLE Institute utilizes an outsource model that works with educational institutions to provide a core of basic skills that become the platform for high academic standards and achievement.

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PathAssess at Junior Engineering Technical Society

JETSThe JETS PathAssess™ is an online tool that gives students in grades 9-12 an inside look as to how their interests and skills can align with a career in engineering.

Through a series of demographic and interest inventory questions, students will receive a personalized profile that gives them a glimpse into the types of engineering careers they may wish to pursue.

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Intro to Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology

INTROCome see how your math and science talents can pave the way for a rewarding career in engineering!

Deciding on an engineering career can be difficult, especially if you’re not sure exactly what being an engineer involves. Whether building blast resistant buildings, producing clean energy, designing components for automobiles, or a wide variety of other engineering jobs this program was developed to give high school juniors and seniors first-hand knowledge of what engineers actually do. The “Intro” course will help you understand how mathematics and the sciences relate to engineering, and if engineering is a career choice for you.

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MITE at Missouri University of Science and Technology

MITEIf you are a rising junior or senior in an under-represented minority group who is interested in a career in engineering, mathematics, science or technology, this one-week program is designed for you.

Deciding on an engineering career can be difficult, especially if you’re not sure exactly what being an engineer involves. Whether building blast-resistant buildings, producing clean energy, designing components for automobiles, or a wide variety of other engineering jobs, this program was developed to give high school juniors and seniors first-hand knowledge of what engineers actually do. Minority Introduction to Technology and Engineering (MITE) will help you understand how mathematics and the sciences relate to engineering, and if engineering is a career choice for you.

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ASM Materials Camp

ASMAttend a free hands-on workshop that explores man -made materials. Have lots of fun and learn about the science of materials, (AKA: “stuff’ ) from experts. High school teachers: its free, 5 days 40+ hours, full standards based physical science curriculum, free instructional content, free CEU’s. Join thousands of inspired physical science teachers who have attended. Students: spend a week in a real science lab, apply the scientific method and in a small team of peers solve a materials science mystery. Tons of fun. Free.

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Texas Tech University Engineering Outreach Mentoring Program

TTUAt the Center for Engineering Outreach, we believe that becoming an engineer is possible for anyone–that’s why we’re committed to inspiring and preparing tomorrow’s engineers. By working with K-12 educators, administrators, and students, Texas Tech University Engineering student mentors know that they can help ready a new generation of builders, problem-solvers, and innovators. Engineering Outreach Mentors not only provide STEM services to area and local students in classroom programs such as robotics, rocketry, physics, computers, mathematics, physics, etc., but they participate in community events such as NASA Space Day, Women in Science Endeavors conferences, NANO Day, and the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME) Trailblazer program.

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Texas Tech University T-STEM Center

T-STEMWHAT IS A T-STEM CENTER? T-STEM stands for the Texas Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics initiative. Our T-STEM Center is part of the Texas High School Project, which is working to improve STEM education and the college readiness of students in Texas.

The Texas Tech T-STEM Center specializes in pre-college engineering as an area of emphasis in the research and development of the resources and services we provide. We offer a range of innovative, research-driven professional development, curriculum, and support services to all Texas schools.

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