For A Day Program - 2015
The Fenn Academy at Cleveland State University’s Washkewicz College of Engineering, in partnership with its forty-four member high schools and sponsoring engineering organizations, holds its annual Engineer For A Day job shadowing program during National Engineers Week. This event enables students to meet local engineers and to experience various engineering fields. Since 1999, more than 900 students have participated in this activity.
Pre-registered students from Fenn Academy high schools are able to apply through January 23, 2015. The actual job shadowing activity will take place at assigned locations on Friday, February 20, 2015.
An orientation for pre-registered students who have received acceptance letters will take place as indicated below. A parent or guardian must attend this mandatory meeting along with each participating student.
ENGINEERING CAREER GUIDANCE MEETING, OPEN HOUSE AND STUDENT/SPONSOR ASSIGNMENTS
DATE: Saturday, February 7, 2015
PARKING: Parking is available
in “Lot EG” next to the CSU Recreation Center
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Pre-registered high school students in grades 9 – 12 who have applied and received confirmation letters to participate in this event. Students must be accompanied by a parent or other adult over 18. During this mandatory meeting, students will be assigned to their sponsor in one of several participating companies or government agencies.
WHEN DO STUDENTS VISIT THEIR SPONSORS
Company visits take place on Friday, February 20, 2015. We are asking participating students and their sponsors to contact each other to make final arrangements for each visit. Students are responsible for making their own transportation arrangements. Students may not accept rides from sponsors due to safety and legal concerns. In some cases, students may have to pay for parking and lunch at the sponsoring organization. Please check with your sponsor for details by calling them after you attend the orientation session.
If you have
any questions about the Engineer For A Day Program,
contact Gregg Schoof, Manager of Engineering Student Programs
at (216) 687-5272. You may email any questions to email@example.com.