Please consider attending this wonderful event as well as promote attendance of MS & HS students to attend.
On March 29, 2020, the Tri-State Engineering EXPO will host the 17th annual Engineering EXPO event that aims to inspire young people to pursue an education and career in engineering. The goal of the event is to inform and recruit the next generation of innovators through interactive displays, educational discussion panels, robotics competitions and more!
The event will take place at White Plains High School in Westchester County, New York from 11:00am to 3:30pm.
EXPO 2020-SAVE_THE_DATE_TriState Engineering EXPO Flyer – March 29 2020
Here is a brief description about the upcoming Tri-State Engineering EXPO 2020 for the promoting the engineering profession to Middle & High School students which is on Sunday, March 29th from 11AM-3:30PM at White Plains HS (see link above).
Meet with representatives from Top Engineering Colleges & Universities and Top Engineering & Technology Firms.
Admission is free & there are door prizes for the students attending. The Expo had approximately 4,000 attendees the past 2 years.
There will have over 100 exhibits consisting of engineering companies, technical societies and 40 engineering colleges as well as the Young Engineer’s Panel where young engineers speak to students in a classroom environment to tell them why they became an engineer & what they are doing in their firms today.
There are also 2 special panels for Women in Engineering.
The regional competition for the Rube Goldberg Contest for MS & HS is also held with the winners going on to Chicago for the national championship.
The West Point USMA Cadets will be present to assist students during the computer simulated bridge competition, and robots exhibited from the FIRST Robotics competition.
Please feel free to help promote attendance to ALL students and parents throughout the State & Counties to this wonderful event as well as inviting other organizations/ agencies,etc. to attend. Any contacts that you have especially with the schools, please proceed to contact them.
The EXPO website is www.BeAnEngineer.org.