Engineering Impossible

MSOE’s Pre-College Program, Engineering Impossible, is designed to let middle school students explore STEM (Science, technology, Engineering and Math) in a college setting.

Engineering Impossible

Engineering Impossible is a program designed to get middle school students interested in STEM (Science, technology, Engineering and Math) fields.  Engineering Impossible is a hands-on, project based workshop series where students explore different fields of engineering including; mechanical, computer, biomedical and electrical.

Engineering Impossible is a school-year-long (September 2014 – May 2015) academic program that will provide students with an insight to different degrees and careers.

Engineering Impossible meets once a month, eight times over the school year on MSOE’s campus. {Dates and activities to be determined}

FEE: $100 per student

MAX SEATS: 50

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Engineering Impossible 2.0

Engineering Impossible 2.0 is a program designed to continue to foster the interest generated in Engineering Impossible students.  EI 2.0 is a fast-paced, accelerated program that will look more in depth at the different engineering field offered in Engineering Impossible.

EI 2.0 will meet once a month, four times over the school year (Sept 2014 – May 2015). {Dates and activities to be determined}

Students MUST have completed Engineering Impossible to be eligible for EI 2.0.

FEE: $50 per student

MAX SEATS: 50

Payment and Registration

For more information contact:

Hanieh Weckwerth
Director of Pre-College Programs and Outreach
414-277-7594

Codi Alger
Coordinator of Pre-College Programs
414-277-7207
precollege@msoe.edu

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