STEM Night: Engineering Night

 

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Join us for Engineering Night, a special evening event to learn about the many different career opportunities available in the field of engineering. At this free event, you can engage in hands-on activities, hear from experts in the field through career conversations, and network with STEM professionals. Light refreshments will be provided.

This event is geared towards middle school, high school and college students who are curious about careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Chaperones are required for students under age 14. Please bring your student or teacher ID.

Free, R.S.V.P. required.

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Current Partners Include:

Ace Mentor Program
https://www.acementor.org/

Air Force ROTC at Manhattan College
www.afrotc.com

American Society of Naval Engineers
http://www.navalengineers.org/

Columbia University
https://www.columbia.edu/

Con Edison
http://apps.coned.com/careers/careers/college.asp

CS4All
http://cs4all.nyc/login/

CUNY City Tech
http://www.citytech.cuny.edu/

Girls Who Code
https://girlswhocode.com/

Hunter College
https://www.hunter.cuny.edu

Lazard
https://www.lazard.com/

Mokuni Games
www.mokuni.com

Museum of Interesting Things
http://www.museumofinterestingthings.org

New York Engineers
https://www.ny-engineers.com/

NYSCI Formation of Engineers

Youth Development

Precision Sound Studio
www.precisionsoundstudios.com

Snapology
www.foresthills.snapology.com

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
www.SHPE-NYC.org

SUNY Binghamton
www.binghamton.edu

SUNY Canton
www.canton.edu

SUNY Maritime
www.sunymaritime.edu/

Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology
www.vaughn.edu
Get Involved: STEM professionals interested in sharing their experiences with students and joining this event, or educators with student groups who want to attend this event, sign up here.

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