SCE is currently accepting applications for its 2019 summer internship program by Sally Jeun
When you’re an engineer, it’s all you. You can pretty much make anything,” said Erica, an eighth-grader at Haskell Middle School.
During National Engineers Week, girls from four different middle schools got a taste of what it would be like to pursue an engineering career at “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” at Gahr High School, the host of the event.
Erica Motley discovered her passion for engineering at age 12 while on a tour of a water treatment plant. Part of a STEM summer camp she was attending, the tour opened her eyes to how one facility can impact countless people—and how one program can introduce a young student to a career in making things work.
Today, Erica is a lead technologist and deputy program manager at Booz Allen and hard at work exposing students and coworkers to similar valuable connections.
SCE engineers help Girl Scouts earn STEM badges and show them there are bright futures in math and science
Engineer Lindsey Sayers remembers building a strobe light in her high school electronics class and watching the light flash on when she plugged it in. In awe that something she built worked, she knew then that she wanted to become an engineer.
“It was the first time I created something, and it was the greatest feeling of accomplishment,” said Sayers. “I knew I liked math and so I started thinking, ‘what can I do with this?’”
Los Angeles, CA, February 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ — AECOM Technology Corporation, a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for public and private clients in more than 150 countries around the world, announced today that seven AECOM employees have been honored in two young professional programs — the 2014 “New Faces of Engineering” competition by the U.S. National Engineers Week Foundation, which honors accomplishments achieved before individuals reach the age of 30 years old; and the “2014 Top 20 Under 40” U.S.
To talk about sustainability challenges and the future of engineering, AECOM hosted a Google Plus Hangout in February with four AECOM engineers — Andrew Hable, a civil engineer, water, in Chicago, Illinois; Paul St.