The Michigan Tech Engineering Ambassadors (EA) Program was founded in 2012. This program is part of a larger network of universities with the same common goal of changing the conversation about engineering. This includes a focus on providing professional development for university students which is achieved through outreach to local schools in the Engineering disciplines. Goals are to excite, inspire and educate students on engineering and its applications with EA’s giving a brief presentation and conducting a hands on, interactive, activity with the students, sharing their excitement and passion for engineering. Since 2012, fifty-four Engineering Ambassadors from Michigan Tech University have visited ten area schools within a 60 mile radius, reaching 1,433 students spanning 3rd-10th grade.
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Are you interested in becoming an Engineering Ambassador at Michigan Tech?
Do you want to be a part of outreach to middle and high schoolers to teach about engineering?
Do you want to grow in your professional communication skills?
If yes… then you should check out Michigan Tech’s Engineering Ambassadors Program! Open to all Engineering majors. Join a group of students who present on an engineering topic and conduct a hands on activity at local schools to excite students about engineering! New ambassadors are recruited at the start of the fall semester (early September) and start of the spring semester (early January). Contact program director, Jaclyn Johnson, with questions or interest in joining the program