K-12 Programs


Our programs target elementary, junior high, and high school students. We involve current engineering students as much as possible so that they can share their enthusiasm with others. Several programs are specifically designed to reach out to underrepresented groups in engineering. We are dedicated to promoting science, technology, and mathematics to K–12 students. Our College of Engineering students are actively involved in outreach programming so they can share their enthusiasm and foster engagement. To promote diversity, we also host specific programs that reach out to underrepresented groups in engineering such as women and minorities.

This free, traveling exhibit introduces high school students to the 10 types of engineering majors we offer.

These events encourage continued interest in math and science while focusing on the field of engineering and invention.

We would like to be invited to visit junior high and high schools to encourage students to consider engineering as a major and a career.

We offer hands-on learing with chemical, electrical, civil, environmental, computer, mechanical, materials, and biomedical engineering.

Teacher Resources

The College of Engineering hosts several on- and off-campus events designed to spark enthusiasm and create the next generation of engineers. Carefully tailored, hands-on programs give young students insight into the possibilities created through engineering, while sharing information about engineering disciplines, careers and research.

Teacher Resources

Parents and Alumni

Our outreach staff actively recruits parents and alumni volunteers to help promote engineering to young students in Northern Utah and throughout the Rocky Mountain Region.