Feb 22 – 28, 2015
Interested in volunteering forÂ Engineering week (E-week)? Here is one opportunity at local high schoolÂ in Huntington Beach. Though they currently do notÂ have an E-week, the STEM teacherÂ is hoping that the IE presentationÂ will stir up interests for next year. Â We encourage all IE’s to part of any Engineering/Science initiatives when possible. If interested, here are some 50 minÂ time frame that anyoneÂ can do at a nearby school — a presentation/ game/ Q&A with the students.
For next week, here are theÂ time blocks for the volunteers:
Period 1 (840-Â 9:30)
Period 3 (9:37- 10:27)
Period 2Â (9-Â 9:50)Â Â and
Period 4Â (10:12 – 11:02)
ForÂ Presentations, here is a sample line up (these are subject to change):
Part 1 — (10Â min) Short video clip – about Industrial EngineeringÂ – http://youtu.be/3K3-stVK0lM (shared by Ted M.)
Part 2 — (20 min) ManufacturingÂ Game/ other variety too i.e., 5S Numbers game (from Ted M.); Learning Curve game (from Gregory B., IIE-Puget Sound Chapter)
Music in the background during theÂ game â€“ â€œA Race for Spaceâ€ — http://www.npr.org/2015/02/15/385549238/first-listen-public-service-broadcasting-the-race-for-space
Part 3 — (10 min) Close with presentation/conversation (with assistance from Stephen S., IIE-Puget Sound Chapter)
Letâ€™s invest some time for our future engineers, now or in the near future! We still got the rest of 2015. If interested in attending this Engineering week volunteer stint, email me at email@example.com, and I will see if I can add you to the roster for Tuesday.
Let us know in the comment section if there are E-week events that you are attending or if you are interested in joining us in our next volunteer event.