K-12 Outreach

The Orange County Branch is working on growing our K-12 Outreach 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 the K-12 Committee Chairs at k-12chairs@asceoc.org.

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To learn more about this committee, please read the attached policies and procedures in the committee files section of this page.  If you are interested in participating in this committee, please contact the K-12 Outreach Committee Chairs at k-12chairs@asceoc.org.


Guillermo Medina
K-12 Outreach Committee Co-Chair
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Raul Rodriguez
K-12 Outreach Committee Co-Chair
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