Current ASU students
There are several ways that you and your student organization can get involved in Engineering Education Outreach. This is a great opportunity to share your love and passion for engineering with students in grades K-12. Below is a list of ways that you can get involved and services that the Engineering Education Outreach team can provide your organization.
Volunteer at K12 Outreach Events
As a volunteer or mentor you will help introduce engineering concepts and practices to students in K-12. You may support one of our signature events on campus or provide mentorship in our school-based programs.
Earn service hours in a fun and meaningful way or simply give back to your community! From one-time activities to ongoing programs, we have opportunities to fit your schedule.Sign up to volunteer
For Fulton Student Organizations:
Submit an outreach plan for review
Our team can assist you start or fine tune an outreach plan for your organization. Contact us to schedule a meeting.
Make your existing outreach program Dean’s Funding points eligible
Does your FSO already have a strong outreach program? Would you like to apply to qualify your existing outreach for Dean’s Funding Points? Submit your information using this form: Fulton Student Organization Outreach Request. In order for your program to count for Dean’s Funding Points, it will need to meet the below criteria:
- Activity must provide an in-depth opportunity for K-12 students to develop awareness, enjoyment, interest, and understanding of STEM and engineering practices.
- Program/Event must occur at least twice for an hour each for 1 Dean’s Funding point. Extensive programs may be eligible for 2 Dean’s Funding points as a maximum amount
- Must be a registered FSO