SHPE-NYC has been increasing its efforts in thepre-collegespace for several years now. The overall goal is to give back to the Latino community, and increase the number of Latinos pursuing degrees in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields. Our efforts include raising awareness of STEM education, career paths and opportunities. We connect high school students with professionals andcollegestudents through networking events,collegetours, technical competitions, and leadership development conferences throughout the year. We advise thepre-collegeeducation community on the importance of students taking the proper courses prior to pursuing a STEM major in higher education.
We are looking for professionals that share a passion for encouraging the younger Latino generation to consider a STEM degree and helping them excel at it. Opportunities range from speaking to a classroom for 45 minutes, to leading a small project. Please read below for a comprehensive list of events and opportunities and respond to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or have any questions.
Upcoming Events 2009-2010
Hispanic Heritage event at LaSalle Academy (Oct 7, 2009)
The SHPEPre-CollegeSymposium (Oct 28, 2009)
Noche De Ciencias (multiple events starting Oct 20, 2009)
Eastern Technical Career Conference (Jan 7-9, 2010)
Regional Science Bowl at NYU-Poly (March 6, 2010)
NAVY Technology Tour (Spring, 2010)
CollegeTours (Columbia, Polytechnic Institute of NYU, ManhattanCollege, Spring 2010)
SHPE Junior Chapter Events – Brooklyn Technical High School (BTHS)
BTHS General Body Meetings (Weekly on Wednesdays at 2:45)
BTHS Exposure to Engineering Series (7 meetings throughout the school year)
BTHS Special Events meetings
Help us by speaking to a classroom or mentoring students at Noche De Ciencias!
Judge, moderate or keep score at the Science Bowl!
Join a team of fellow professionals for a networking session at Brooklyn Technical HS!
Lead a small project or chair a committee!
Help us with our document control, a job that can be done from your home or office!
Francisco Tejada Director ofPre-CollegeRelations (SHPE Jr. Chapters)
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers New York City Professional Chapter www.shpe-nyc.org
SHPE is the Source for Quality Hispanic Engineers and Technical Talent.
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