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February 17th Begins National Engineers Week!

The third full week of February is National Engineers Week! Started in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers, this week is observed by more than 79 engineering, educational, and cultural societies along with more than 50 corporations and government agencies. The week is scheduled to coincide with the ...

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Engineering for Kids iPad Sweepstakes

Engineering for Kids recently finished their FREE iPad Sweepstakes which gave away a new iPad Mini to one lucky fan. To enter the contest, one simply had to "Like" EFK's Facebook page and enter their contact information. Then, a winner was drawn at random. The contest ran for several months during the start-up growth of ...

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High School Students Giving Up on STEM

The U.S. NEWS published an article yesterday that reports high school students are giving up on STEM careers. Though interest has been increasing in the past decade (1 in 4 students report an interest in a STEM major or career) and they begin high school with the interest in engineering and other sciences, it is argued ...

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Engineering for Kids featured in Huffington Post

Dori Roberts, founder of Engineering for Kids, recently wrote an article for the Huffington Post's Blog online. She spoke about the importance of STEM education, her history in teaching, and her dedication to inspiring young adults to explore careers in engineering. Roberts cites an interesting study by the Intel ...

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Engineering For Kids featured on MarieClaire.com

The article showcased Engineering for Kids' founder Dori Robert's background and concept inception story. The article included research about females working in different industries to show the impact female engineers can make in the future. In addition, the story included franchising information and how many locations ...

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Let your Child begin exploring engineering today!