In partnership with the Biocom Institute’s San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering, SDSU College of Engineering’s STEM Outreach Program is proud to host our first annual Mission STEM Possible on SDSU’s campus March 4, 2019!
Local San Diego high schools are invited to participate in this three-part event from 9:00AM-1:00PM, featuring an inspirational panel of STEM role models, an interactive workshop, and a professional networking session. An opening panel will inspire students to pursue their passions to find a rewarding STEM career. The interactive workshop will provide an opportunity for them to connect their skills and interests to potential career paths. The career fair-style networking session will then connect the students directly to some of San Diego’s local STEM role models, who have unique jobs and unexpected career paths that may match with their own skills and interests.
Please note, in order to provide a diverse experience for various San Diego high schools, up to 30 students per school are invited to attend.
For any questions regarding the 2019 Mission STEM Possible event and registration, please contact Megan Lacy, School Programs Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.