Connecticut Students Exploring Engineering Day
UPDATE AS OF APRIL 3, 2020: In an abundance of caution, Yale University has recommended that large gatherings of students be cancelled until the end of June to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As a result, CT SEED 2020 will be CANCELLED. We hope to host the event in the fall if it is safe to do so, and this website will be updated with new information accordingly. Stay safe!
Are you passionate about STEM and want to inspire the next generation of engineers? Volunteer for CT SEED (Connecticut Students Exploring Engineering Day) to introduce middle school students to engineering disciplines and design processes through hands-on activities.
Yale GradSWE is hosting CT SEED on Saturday June 6, 2020 and needs enthusiastic volunteers to serve in a variety of roles, from group leaders to activity volunteers. You can help middle school students learn about electronics through a soldering activity, or about environmental engineering and water treatment, or about renewable energy! All volunteers will be trained, so no outside experience is required. More information is presented below:
CT SEED (Connecticut Students Exploring Engineering Day)
- Date: CANCELLED FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2020, STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES
For any questions, please contact Elise Bullock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to learn more about CT SEED? Check out the rest of our website.
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