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          2. K-12 Student Resources

            Engineering the Future for K-12 Students

            What do engineers do? What do scientists do? What can you do? Anything! Everyone can learn math and science and your hard work will pay off. Equip yourself with the right tools to better engineer your future–-take as many math and science classes as possible and participate in relevant extra-curricular programs.

            Whether you are in middle school or high school, now is the time to start planning for a career in technology. The possibilities are endless and the opportunity to learn is up to you. What will you engineer?

            Chip Camp | Science Bowl | Girls in Tech | Job Shadow | K-12 Student Website