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Precollege Programs at Oregon State University

PRECScience and Engineering Precollege Programs at Oregon State University.

Oregon State University
350 Batcheller Hall
OR, 97331

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TC-STEM Education at Carnegie Mellon University

TCSTThe Texas Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (TC-STEM Education) provides research-based professional development, resources, and support to improve the capacity of Texas secondary schools to prepare students who are college and work-ready in mathematics and science—particularly students from low-income and minority backgrounds.

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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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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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