SUMMER ENGINEERING COURSE
Summer Engineering Program For High School Students
Open To High School Students Entering Grades 9 – 12
Do you enjoy science and math? Do you want to provide real solutions that help improve efficiency and lives in the world around you? A pre-college engineering course could be the right choice for you!
What Is Engineering?
Engineers provide solutions to numerous problems. They understand the world around them and offer theories to make things more efficient and effective. Using scientific and mathematic principles, engineers improve current processes while anticipating future complications in areas from architecture to healthcare to the environment and more.
Students with analytical minds who enjoy asking questions and understanding the “whys” behind how things work may find success in and enjoy a career in engineering. Engineering is the perfect mix of creative thinking and analytic processing. Though the historical majority of engineers have been males, the rate of female engineers, along with careers in engineering as a whole, are on the rise.
Careers In Engineering With Blueprint Summer Programs
Along with being one of the fastest growing fields and majors, Engineering is also our fastest growing pre-college course. Blueprint’s Careers In Engineering course for high school students explores the many disciplines of engineering, from architecture and robotics to the environment and technology. By meeting professionals currently working in the engineering field, you will truly understand what it means to be an engineer. You will also be updated on the latest advancements in engineering and technology.
Topics covered may include:
- System design processes
- Computer science
- Research and envisioning
- Architecture design
- Variety of engineering careers
The best part of a summer engineering course is getting away from textbook learning and having a hands on experience. It is a time to make connections with current engineers, relate to peers with similar interest and get excited about your future.
Our Pre-College Engineering Program Instructors
Each of our instructors are chosen because of their passion for their career, the love they radiate for teaching and the ideas they apply for an enjoyable learning experience. We want to offer the opportunity to explore your interests in a fun environment, which means no tests, no homework and no stress!
By the end of the course, you will:
- Know the many options available for careers in engineering
- Have a clear picture of what an engineer does
- Understand the steps needing to achieve your career goals
Careers in Engineering – Available At Lehigh, UCLA, Univ. of Florida and University of Virginia
Careers In Engineering at Blueprint is one of our six Careers Courses. These courses take into account the college’s program strengths and community amenities. The engineering course for high school students is one of our most sought after courses! It’s available at all of Blueprint’s 7 locations. Our pre-college summer programs are available to students entering grades 9th through 12th.
Imagine, Plan, And Create With Us This Summer!
Staff Spotlight – Ayman Abdelaal
Careers in Engineering – UCLA
Ayman Abdelaal received his B.S. and master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Military Technical College “MTC”, Cairo, Egypt. He worked as an Assistant Lecturer in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at MTC for 5 years teaching different structural engineering courses.When he is not working, Ayman enjoys working out, watching and playing sports – like basketball, volley ball or soccer, watching movies, spending time with the family and walking on the beach.
The Blueprint experience was great for preparing you for the college life and giving you a better perspective on what you are interested in.
Lauren Lamoley was great; she was so kind, fun, and helpful. She made an excellent camp director!
I was very nervous at first but it turned out to be a great experience! I met lots of new friends, got the college feel and felt a lot better about going away to college. I would encourage everyone to do it!