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Building a larger, more diverse engineering workforce isn't mere child's play–parents can join in the fun too through Family Engineering, a new initiative that taps into the power of family learning with the goal of enlarging and diversifying the pool of engineering-focused students. Read Article
MIT, with its MIT-K12 initiative, is now targeting younger students. The new web site features a slew of videos covering basic STEM concepts; all made by MIT students for $1,000 a pop. They are meant to be supplemental material, but registered users can suggest topics. Read Article
Electrical engineer Alane Rivera takes us through her experience of writing and publishing a children's book about engineering with her husband and discusses the need for more exposure of the topic in schools. Read Article
ASME's 2012 Engineers Week video shines a light on students practicing hands-on engineering and having fun doing it! Watch
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have many programs and initiatives aimed at them in recent years as the movement to attract people to mechanical engineering at an early age has gained prominence. Seen as one of the primary methods of replenishing the talent pool of engineers in the U.S. and of cultivating the next generation of engineers, programs such as “Future City” and “Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs” have grown steadily.
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