Everyone is welcomed to volunteer for or host a workshop or competition: current and former college students, company representatives, faculty, and staff are all welcomed.
Host or Volunteer for a Workshop
This form asks for a primary contacts information, availability, and workshop preferences.
This form asks for the description and logistics of the workshop, including session times, any room requests, maximum number of students, and volunteers needed.
You may also try adapting an activity found in following website https://www.teachengineering.org/index.php to fit about 50 minutes. Please use the above linked form to describe how you would be adapting to fit the time constraints.
Optional - Request Materials for your Workshop
To request materials for your workshop, please follow the instructions in the following document. Deadline to submit Materials request Form is Monday, February 12, 2019.
What is a workshop host?
A workshop host is a group, department, or organization who will provide the members necessary to facilitate a workshop.
What is a workshop volunteer?
An individual who signs up to help facilitate a workshop but cannot necessarily provide all the people to do so. In this case we will help gather other workshop volunteers! To volunteer click HERE.
If you would like to host a workshop, you may select one from a predetermined list or design your very own workshop!
If you are going to select a workshop from our list, please complete the Predetermined Workshop Form using the predetermined workshop list. If you would like to host a workshop not on our list, please fill out the Design Your Own Workshop Form.
Lunchtime Activity option:
If your group prefers to organize and facilitate a smaller STEM-related activity that would take less time for the students to do (or a demo that you've been working on) during the lunch hour (12:30-1:30), please go to the Lunchtime Demos tab at the top.
If you have any general or specific questions
please email Bianca Graves at email@example.com.