The UW Engineering Ambassadors team has an objective to reach out and spread the truth about how rewarding and worthwhile we all know engineering is. Here is a bit about us:
sharing our passion and pride, we hope to inspire students to challenge
conventional ideas about science and engineering by providing unique and
exciting outreach opportunities for students ages K-12. We hope to
share our experiences and knowledge on how becoming an engineer is a
fun, creative profession which is essential to our health, happiness,
Who are we?
Engineering Ambassadors are
student representatives of the University of Washington’s College of
Engineering. We come from diverse majors and backgrounds seeking to
share our passion for what we do and striving to share it with younger
What do we offer?
Washington Engineering Ambassadors provides an outreach program that
brings outstanding engineering students from the University of
Washington to K- 12 classrooms. We can provide:
- 15-20 minute
presentations on engineering topics that will show the relevance of that
engineering project to a concept that has been taught in the class
- Hands-on activities or facilitate demonstrations
- Presentations on career opportunities within engineering
- Background on the different types of engineering, college majors and the general college preparation and application process
- Presentations can vary to accommodate audience: From classrooms to school-wide assembly-style presentations
Engineering Ambassadors at the UW are also available to meet with
prospective students to discuss majors, coursework, scholarships and
college life. Student ambassadors can also provide a customized campus
We are actively recruiting members and are hosting an informational session!
When: Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 4:30pm
Subject: Informational Session about UW Engineering Ambassadors
will have a student panel of current members to share their experiences
and testimonies, and will also have food! This is for students to come
to learn how they can contribute and become leaders in engineering. We
are looking for a diverse group of students, and the more, the merrier!