STEM Opportunities

Engineers interested in the Transportation industry: The Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia, in conjunction with AECOM, CSX and Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School, is having a program on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 4:00 P.M. at Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School, 201 East Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462, featuring Christopher W. Wright, P.E. from AECOM discussing the CSX Railroad Clearance Project that enables double-stack trains to go from the South through the Philadelphia area to the Ports of New Jersey and New York.  The program should last approximately two hours with a Young Professionals Panel following the presentation.


Please let me know if you are interested in going to  by Friday, March 6, 2020 .


Summer Camp Opportunities

University of Pennsylvania Summer Programs
Girls Exploring Tommorows Technology




2020 Forensic Sciences Mentoring Institute Summer Science Program

FREE Program in Forensics
At the Forensic Sciences Mentoring Institute (FMI) Summer Science Program, high school students spend 7-weeks investigating and solving a crime in an actual forensic laboratory.
Name the Mars Rover Contest


ENTRIES DUE: November 01, 2019 | 11:59 PM PST

This is an opportunity to be part of history. 
A short -150 word essay and your choice of a name - is all that is required.
Transportation YOU: A program in Philadelphia for Women Engineers
Engineering outreach at Widener
Robotics Engineering Workshop October 25 -Final Registration Deadline: October 18, 2019

The Robotics Engineering Workshop teaches the fundamentals and operation skills of robotic systems. Participants will rotate through a series of hands-on lab activities instructed by engineering faculty and professional partners from the robotics community. Students will be able to:

  • Explore design principles
  • Build components
  • Learn how to operate the robots 
  • Re-program robots to perform various tasks

Students will be able to attend a Widener panel discussion with robotics engineering students where industry applications and career opportunities in robotics will be discussed.

link to register and information



Engineering Mini Camp Nov 8 Option to: high school seniors
Registration: required; ends Friday, November 1.


The School of Engineering invites local high school seniors to campus to learn about the different engineering disciplines including:

  • Biomedical

  • Chemical

  • Civil

  • Electrical

  • Mechanical

  • Robotics

Attendees will interact with current engineering students and faculty while completing various laboratory activities such as programming a robot, designing a bridge, launching a rocket, exploring computer modeling, and working with biomedical devices and systems. A concurrent program for parents and guardians covers the admissions process, financial aid and planning for engineering school.


Info and registration

For more information or to request additional camps contact:
Mrs. Mary Antoni
215 362 6160 ext 1790