K-12 Outreach Committee

The Orange County Branch is working on growing our K-12 committee to not only present to students, but also to mentor teachers on how Civil Engineering concepts can be taught in the classroom.  If you are interested in participating in this committee, please contact [email protected].

Learn about ASCE's High School Civil Engineering Clubs by clicking the banner below.

 

Activities For Visitations

Marshmallow Challenge

 

Water Filtration Demonstration

Presentations and Videos From LA Section

EWeekPresentation2007

Engineers Week Presentation Script

 

Outreach Articles

Outreach - Dec 2011

Girls Inc - July 2007

Science and Engineering Fair - April 2007

To learn more about this committee, please read the attached polcies and procedures in the committee files section of this page.  If you are interested in participating in this committee, please contact [email protected]

See Related News below for more details about recent K-12 Committee activities.

Upcoming Events

February 25th, 2017

Popsicle Stick Bridge Competition 2017 Volunteers

Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center
2626 East Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA

Register

March 10th, 2017

K-12 Outreach: Thorman Elementary Classroom Visit

Thorman Elementary
1402 Sycamore Ave, Tustin, CA

Register

Contacts

Isamar Escobar
K-12 Outreach Committee Co-Chair
Michael Baker International
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Jenny Mital
K-12 Outreach Committee Co-Chair
Michael Baker International
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Local Leaders Conference Held in Puerto Rico

By: Aileen Santos-Redman, P.E. The ASCE Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Local Leaders Conference took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico on October 14 & 15. The event consisted of the working seminar on the morning of the first day, during which the Board of Directors shared SEI updates and the various committee heads informed us on the latest efforts of their respective groups, before we separated to attend two of four breakout sessions to have an in-depth discussion and share ideas on K-12 Outreach, New Membership, Use of Technology, and Holding an Event.

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SteppingUp Career Day

By: Jenny Mital ASCE members volunteered at SteppingUp's Career Day for middle school students.

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Celebrating Generational Differences

"Each generation goes further than the generation preceding it because it stands on the shoulders of that generation. You will have opportunities beyond anything we've ever known." - Ronald Reagan Traditionalist, Baby Boomer, Generation X, Millennial, and Generation Z ASCE OC Members make it a priority to come together to celebrate the valuable skills, traits, and knowledge that we each bring to the profession. In just the past couple of months, for example, we hosted the ASCE OC 2016 History and Heritage / Student Night, officially kicked off the ASCE OC 2016-2017 Mentorship Program, bonded over wine at the ASCE OC Annual Wine Trip, and started planning ASCE Dream Big outreach events.

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Orange County Science & Engineering Fair

ASCE Orange County Branch's (ASCE OC's) K-12 Outreach Committee is working on growing our relationship with the Orange County Science & Engineering Fair (OCSEF) to assist with improving the engineering element of the Science and Engineering Fair.  ASCE OC and OCSEF have a shared objective, which is to educate junior high and high school students about the engineering profession.  Recently, engineering concepts have been added to the curriculum of Orange County schools and teachers are looking for professionals to provide guidance on what topics should be included in the teaching of engineering principals.  One area that ASCE has already discussed with several teachers is to have a project where the student doesn't just develop a thesis and have an end result, but instead come up with a concept and perform several iterations to refine the concept.  The subtle differences between how science is taught and engineering is explained to students could have a significant impact on the students understanding the concepts.

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Samueli Academy Internship Interviews

By: Scott Simpson On May 6th 2016 I attended Samueli Academy High School as a volunteer to interview students for a minimum 45-hour summer internship program with MARRS Services on behalf of ASCE and ACEC youth outreach programs.  The candidates are interested in engineering as a future career. There were several companies there participating.

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Spaghetti Bridge Competition

By: Binod Tiwari, Ph.D., P.E. College of Engineering and Computer Science at California State University, Fullerton and the American Society of Civil Engineers, Orange County Branch organized the Second Annual OC Spaghetti Bridge Competition on May 7, 2016 at CSU Fullerton. Three teams, from CSU Fullerton, Saddleback College and Santa Ana College brought their bridges to the competition. Twenty four students and three faculty members were involved in the competition. A spaghetti Bridge, designed and constructed by the students from Saddleback College that weighed 282 grams held 13 kg of the sustained load, won the first place.

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