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American Square Shopping Center
3301 Menaul Blvd NE, Suite 10
Albuquerque, NM 87107

Welcome to Engineering For Kids of New Mexico!

Engineering For Kids brings the wonder and excitement of STEM education (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) to children ages 4-14 through a variety of hands-on learning experiences. Create your own video game! Design a hot air balloon! Build rockets, roller coasters, and robots! All of this is possible with Engineering For Kids!

To View our local Engineering for Kids of New Mexico Slide-Shows ~ CLICK HERE



3-Week March Classes are Open for Registration!

Don’t miss out on our exciting new 3-week classes!  Starting the week of March 9th and running through the week of March 23rd, an EFK 3-week class is a great way to fit in some fun and learning before your child heads off to Spring Break.  Included will be Aerospace and Electrical Engineering for kids 7-14, Jr. Robotics for kids 5-7, and Jr. Mechanical Engineering for kids 4-7.  We are also excited to offer a special 6-week Electrical Engineering class for kids 4-7, starting March 7th.     

Visit our registration page HERE for dates, times, and to get registered today!



Spring Break Camps

Spring Break Camps are Open for Registration!

Engineering For Kids of New Mexico is thrilled to offer several new camps for the 2015 Spring Break.  From robotics to the engineering of travel, we have a camp that will introduce your child to the wonders of STEM.  Camps will run March 30th - April 2nd and will be offered through the UNM Continuing Education Program.  Registration can be completed on the UNM Continuing Education website here.

For further questions of inquiries, please contact: newmexico@engineeringforkids.net or 505-816-0215.



Kids' Night Out

For ages 4 to 11

March 6th

6pm - 8pm

Only $25

Renewable energy is the wave of the future and it’s here at EFK!  Join us for our next Kid’s Night Out as we explore alternative forms of energy such as windmills and solar panels.  By building a windmill out of household products, your engineer will take away the basic mechanics of windmills and how pollution free wind energy can be harnessed.  Get your child interested in the technology of the future, today!  

Registration is now open, click here to register!  



Mike Cumbo

Michael J. Cumbo, Ph.D., Owner

Mike is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sandia Electro-Optics Corporation (www.SE-OC.com), which owns the EFK franchise for all of New Mexico. He is a successful high tech executive and serial entrepreneur who is living the American dream, in large part because of the business opportunities that were opened to him through education in STEM. He earned a B.S. in physics, an M.S. in optical engineering and a Ph.D. in optics from the University of Rochester, and an M.S. in electrical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is the devoted father of twins, and is passionate about helping to motivate and prepare New Mexico's next generation of technology workers.


Our Team

Our team members share our passion to inspire the next generation of Engineers.  Every staff member goes through a national background check and our teaching staff is fully trained in Engineering For Kids' award-winning curriculum and classroom management methods. Children in our programs receive a high quality learning experience in a safe and nurturing environment.  If you love working with children and are interested in becoming part of our Team, please contact us at:  NewMexico@EngineeringForKids.net.

Testimonials

"Engineering for Kids is wonderful. Our granddaughter attended one of the workshops on Straw Rockets. She is 4 ½ and she loved it! She is very quiet, but after the class, she came home and wanted to make straw rockets all weekend. She talked nonstop about the teachers and how far her rockets flew. This was a great experience for her! We recommend these classes for all kids and it is fun for the parents (or grandparents) to watch also." - Robert L.