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Engineering Resources Page

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Engineer Girl

The EngineerGirl website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women.  Why girls and women?  Because despite an increase in female participation in many traditionally male-dominated professions such as medicine and law, women remain grossly under-represented in engineering.

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Engineering Go For It!

eGFI is proudly brought to you by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). We are committed to promoting and enhancing efforts to improve K-12 STEM and engineering education.

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Engineering.com

The website has all the stuff to satisfy the hunger of today’s engineers. It provides video tutorials on engineering and its application, explanation of concepts, principles, software tutorials, video shows on interesting discussions. Moreover, it lists all the relevant engineering jobs related to various disciplines and locations. Various video tutorials and tips to crack interviews are also part of this wonderful site. Other interesting features include articles on electronics, 3D printing, software designing, games, puzzles and downloadable material in resource section and library.

Creation Crates


We Live in a World of Tech
Are you tech-literate? Prepare for the jobs of the future while learning how to build and program awesome electronics projects

Creation Crate delivers hands-on projects that prepare you for the jobs of tomorrow. Each project line combines fun hands-on STEM projects with educational online courses to create real world experiences.

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Engineering for Kids

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Camps, After-School Programs, & More!

At Engineering For Kids, we bring the fun of science, technology, engineering, and math education to kids, ages 4 to 14, through exciting camps, after-school activities, parties, classes, and more. Our young engineers have the opportunity to design, build, test, and refine their own creations in a safe and fun environment.

Engineering Activities and Resources for
Engineering Activities for Teens

In the classroom, engineering calls for teens to apply what they know about science and math—and their learning is enhanced as a result. At the same time, because engineering activities are based on real-world technologies and problems, they help teens see how disciplines like math and science are relevant to their lives.

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Try Engineering

At TryEngineering Summer Camps, students will discover the endless possibilities that the engineering field holds. This two-week experience is designed to create and support the engineers of the future by challenging and inspiring students to explore academic and career paths in engineering. They’ll participate in a broad range of hands-on activities, including building and launching rockets and building a robotic arm from everyday materials.

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Society of Civil Engineers

Civil engineering is all around you! Civil engineers make the world a better place. Imagine building the tallest building in the world, a bridge across a raging river, or bringing clean water into an entire town.

Civil engineering is not just a great engineering or STEM career. It's consistently ranked as one of the best jobs in all categories.

Civil engineers help people in real ways from deep tunnels to protect wetlands to building retractable roofs on sports stadiums.

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Electrical Engineer

There are ten key industry sectors that employ electrical engineers, computer engineers and computer scientists:

  • Aerospace

  • Bioengineering

  • Computers

  • Education and Research

  • Energy and Electric Power

  • Manufacturing

  • Semiconductors

  • Services and Other Professions

  • Telecommunications

  • Transportation and Automotive

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