The ECE Outreach Office coordinates several major programs for high school teachers and pre-college students of various ages, as well as tours of the School’s facilities and visits to metro Atlanta schools.
These activities are organized in partnerships with local public school systems and magnet programs, the Georgia Tech Admissions Office and other campus groups that also have K-12 outreach missions, and engineering and science professional societies.
Below is a list of programs led by ECE; please check back often for updates.
- STEP-UP, or the Summer Teacher Experience Program, Utilizing Physics/Engineering, is a summer-long training program for metro Atlanta high school physics teachers.
- H.O.T. Days @ Georgia Tech is a one-week long summer program designed to introduce high school students to electrical and computer engineering concepts.
- State of Georgia FIRST LEGO League Challenge is part of an international program for children ages 9-14 that combines a hands-on, interactive robotics experience with a sports-like atmosphere.
- ECE lab tours or visits to metro Atlanta schools can be arranged through the ECE Outreach Office. View equipment available for ECE faculty to use for K-12 outreach demos.
The following campus offices offer additional information about campus visits, information sessions, and other specialized programs at Georgia Tech:
- Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) at Georgia Tech partners with many groups to enhance K-12 science, mathematics, and technology education.
- Georgia Tech Admission Office offers visits and tours for prospective students.
- Women in Engineering (WIE) offers engineering-and science-based camps to middle school and high school age girls. In particular, WIE organizes the Technology, Engineering, and Computing Camp, which includes a variety of ECE activities.
- The College of Engineering’s Center for Engineering Education and Diversity (CEED) strives to maintain
Georgia Tech’s reputation as a diversity leader by being a hub of information for prospective students, current students, industry, and the community at large.
Last revised November 9, 2015