We hold workshops year-round to immerse students in hands-on STEM activities.
Check out our past workshops below.
E4T Spring 2016 STEM Workshop
The 2016 Spring STEM Workshop was held at Santa Clara University, May 7, Saturday.
The event was yet another success with the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) - Santa Clara playing a key role in delivering hands-on and educational classes.
Middle school students from all over the bay area were more encouraged and excited about STEM after a full day of STEM workshops. Class selections included: Robotics 101, Programming & Code Design, Working with Circuits, and Building Bridges.
Saturday, May 7th, 2016
Santa Clara University | Santa Clara, CA
E4T Career Exploration @ Google
Friday, July 24, 2015
Google Headquarters | Mountain View, CA
The E4T group of ~70 students and chaperones participated in the first ever E4T Career Exploration Day at the Google Headquarters.
The day included a Google Tour, Google products discussion, Q&A with Google Software Engineers on what a typical day is like at Google, and ending with a hearty and delicious Google lunch. It was evident that STEM is indeed fun!
Big THANKS goes out to Google and to all our volunteers and participants for making the event a success!
E4T Fall 2014 STEM Workshop
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Cañada College | Redwood City, CA
E4T doubled the workshop offerings for our Fall STEM Workshop resulting in a huge success! We increased student participation twofold and received great feedback from both parents and students. Our keynote speaker, Redwood City Council Member Aguirre, also delivered a key message emphasizing the importance of STEM education. E4T Board of Director, Milpitas Vice Mayor Montano, also urged everyone to take advantage of the opportunities in the Silicon Valley. The fun-filled day was rewarding to all who participated.
Broadcom presents: Design_Build_Code I
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Computer History Museum | Mountain View, CA
E4T partnered with the Computer History Musem to supplement yet another day’s events which consisted of logic, coding, history and building. Students from Black Girls Code and Level Playing Field Institute enjoyed a day of fun filled activities geared towards STEM education.
E4T Spring 2014 STEM Workshop
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Santa Clara University | Santa Clara, CA
Middle School students from all over the Bay Area participated and engaged throughout the day through STEM hands-on projects. A handful of E4T staff and volunteers participated in creating an incredible instructor to student ratio. The diverse student body explored alternate energy technologies, designing and building model vehicles and basic electronics in the day-long session.
Cal State East Bay | Hayward, CA
Engineers for Tomorrow assisted with the judging portion of the 4th Annual Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement Program (MESA) event at Cal State East Bay. The event regrouped 700-800 Junior High and High School students.
Act Now with Apps
October - December 2012
East Palo Alto, CA
This event sponsored by Intel Corporation was a 12 weeks project wherein the students learn about the MIT app inventor for Android. The kids were taught the basics of programming using logic blocks.
Greene Scholars Project
San Jose, CA
This event sponsored by the Greene Scholars took place in San Jose. During this full empowering day, the Greene Scholars were able to learn about the basics of electricity while building a functioning home alarm system.
Mentorship with college students
The members of Engineering for Tomorrow, who are all STEM professionals, make themselves available to college students in terms of career guidance. To that regard, we have collaborated with some local students to conduct events allowing the students to have a better understanding of the professional field.
Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair
Engineers for Tomorrow assisted with the judging portion of the first Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair. The event took place at Chabot College where over 100 students exhibited their projects.
Five Years with Girls Technology Day