Engineering a Future

This is a neat opportunity for young women interested in becoming problem solvers and creative thinkers to spend time experiencing the ever-changing and exciting field of engineering. Activities are focused on displaying how engineers turn dreams into reality. TTU engineering professors as well as professional engineers will lead hands-on activities in a relaxed atmosphere. College students will serve as chaperones.

EaF One Day Workshop

For young ladies in 5th and 6th grades, Engineering a Future is a one day workshop at the end of Engineering Week, in February. A $12 fee covers all activities, lunch, and a commemorative T-shirt.

How:

  1. Register via computer with the option to pay by credit card, check or invoice. Visit the STEM Center website, www.tntech.edu/STEM and follow the link to Engineering a Future. The information is available mid-November through early January.
  2. Have no computer? Contact Christina Hatley, TTU Oakley STEM Center, 931-372-6598.

Space is limited to 160 girls. Registrations are accepted on a first-come/first-served basis. There is no on-site registration. Participants are randomly grouped prior to the event.

EaF Summer Camp

For young ladies currently in 7th and 8th grades, Engineering a Future Summer Edition is a four-day residential Camp in June or July. A $50 fee covers room and board, all activities, and a commemorative T-shirt.

How:

Previous EaF participants will receive registration information via email. If you have not participated before, contact Corinne Darvennes at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it in early April to receive registration information.

Attendance is limited to 30 participants.

QUESTIONS?

Corinne Darvennes 931-372-3253 ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it );
Eirca Clark-Heinrich 931-528-9429 ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it )

SPONSORS: Tennessee Space Grant Consortium, Tennessee Tech University, Cummins Filtration, Society of Women Engineers (SWE)