ACEC/MA STEM Task Force: Short monthly zooms on opportunities to promote engineering & land surveying to K-12 Students with more about the leads below. Contact us to join the ACEC/MA STEM Task Force.
Engineer Your Future: BSCES Outreach Activities: Sign up to be a judge, mentor, or volunteer for these upcoming events at least 2 weeks before the dates shown below. Advance CORI checks required:
ACE Mentor Program: Founded in 1994, the ACE Mentor Program of America (ACE) is a free, award-winning, afterschool program designed to attract high school students into pursuing careers in the Architecture, Construction and Engineering industry, including skilled trades. ACE is a federation of more than 75 affiliates (chapters), operating in 38 states and Canada, and largely based in metropolitan areas. A national office supports the affiliate programs.
Set Up a Virtual or In-Person Class Visit: Engage a group of children in a rewarding engineering experience. More on Discover E >
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General Resources for your firm to promote STEM careers:
Engineer Classroom Visit Presentation Module to Promote #STEM Careers: As your firm explores STEM activities to provide for K-12 classrooms in 2024, check out this resource from ACEC/MA's Leadership Education Committee: a Module you can use for classroom visits in your community: More >
- Check Out DiscoverE for more resources and ideas.
For Land Surveyor Visits to Classrooms: MALSCE's PPT on the Land Surveying Profession - You can download this and adapt for school and college presentations. This is a large file that will take a minute to download.
- More about Land Surveying with Resources for Classrooms on Be a Surveyor
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Massachusetts Department of Education Resources
Massachusetts STEM Advisory Council
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Advisory Council is established by M.G.L. Chapter 6, Section 218 to expand access to high-quality STEM education for students across the Commonwealth.
Regional STEM Networks
Created in 2004, the state’s Regional STEM Networks serve as hubs for connecting educators, community leaders and industry partners to further excite and energize students about opportunities in STEM subjects.
Metro North Workforce Board Seeks STEM Employers for HS Interns: No employer cost, completely grant funded; interns work about 100 hours in Spring or Summer More >
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ACEC/MA STEM TASK Force: Short monthly zoom on opportunities to promote engineering & land surveying to K-12 Students. Contact us to join the ACEC/MA STEM Task Force.
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Older, just for reference on events that may be held in Academic Year 2023- 2024:
Cambridge Science Festival: September 25 - October 1, 2023 is looking for activities, lectures, workshops, exhibitions, trivia nights, tours, pop-ups, productions and any other science-themed or science-adjacent happenings taking place in Cambridge. If you have an idea for an event and would like to be part of CSF 2023, you’re in the right place! If your idea is all set and ready to go, that’s fantastic; if you’ve got a great idea but need a venue, sign up anyway and they’ll help you find one.
Register an event for CSF 2023 by April 15, 2023: Cambridge Science Festival is proud to promote events, activities, lectures, workshops, exhibitions, trivia nights, tours, pop-ups, productions and any other science-themed or science-adjacent happenings in Cambridge between September 25-October 1. If you’re planning an event and would like to be part of Cambridge Science Festival 2023, please sign up to get more information
Seeking employers to attend STEM Careers Fair: Fri. March 3, 9-10:30am is the Revere High School STEM Careers Fair. (opens a twitter page) Much like job fairs, STEM careers fairs offer an opportunity for employers from across industries to speak to students about career pathways in STEM. Employers do not need to be recruiting, as the focus is on exposing students to a variety of STEM careers. Interested employers can reserve a table using this form (opens jotform). We hope to see you there!
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Burlington HS Career Exploration Fair Seeks Employers to Talk With Students 2/2, 9:15 - 10:45 AM More >
ACEC/MA members only pay the ACEC/MA member rate for registration. Check the ACEC/MA Member Directory to see if your firm is an ACEC/MA member. If your firm is an ACEC/MA member, you are a member.
Important: You must use the account, including the username and password, of the individual you wish to register.
IMPORTANT: Altering your name or contact information during registration will overwrite your record in our membership database. Please do not share your login information with anyone else.
If you have additional questions regarding registration, contact us at 617/227-5551 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is processed through the ACEC/MA associated website, www.engineers.org. ACEC/MA is supported by the staff of The Engineering Center Education Trust.