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.
Facilitate a STEM activity during a field trip
A Day in the Life of…Field Trip Days offer 3rd-12th graders a unique ASU experience. They spend half a day rotating through a series of STEM-related activities with current Fulton undergrads as their guides. We think you will find it is an excellent opportunity to promote your programs and inspire students to further engage in STEM educational activities.Facilitate a field trip session
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