Students Head Toward STEM in K-12 Programs
The College of Engineering is committed to inspiring younger students to follow academic and career paths in STEM – science, technology, engineering and math – and preparing them for success. UA Engineering sponsors a variety of programs year-round that focus on solving real-world problems through engaging hands-on activities. Faculty, staff, alumni and club members work with teachers, students and parents to introduce K-12 students to the world of engineering, encourage them to find their passions, and support them along the way.
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Programming an early interest in engineering
Youth Outreach and Programs
Many engineering clubs - like SHPE, SWE, and others - are active in K-12 outreach and community-based initiatives. For more information, consult with the Engineering Student Council at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact clubs directly.
Arizona Youth University
Hosted at the University of Arizona campus, AYU offers a variety of summer experiences for young people, including STEM-based options in robotics, rocket science, and more.
Science of Sport
Science of Sport is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to developing curriculum and programming that promotes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Programs are designed to bring math and science to life through hands-on learning by providing engaging STEM programs for students and teachers.
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The College hosts informational sessions or events both state-wide and nationally for high school students and families who wish to learn more about applying to the UA College of Engineering.
Engineering Ambassadors are also available by request, as scheduling allows, to serve as judges at science fairs and to make presentations during science nights.
For more information about classroom presentations or events, contact email@example.com.