The Science, Mathematics and Engineering division strives to develop connections with area schools in order to foster a better understanding of engineering technology education opportunities. In addition to participating in various high school events, the SME division also participates in the following K-12 Outreach activities:
The Aviation Technology department participates in the annual Air Camp summer event. Air Camp is a week-long summer camp to introduce middle school students to the world of aviation. As noted on their website, www.aircampusa.com, the purpose of Air Camp "is (to) inspire students to new heights of scholarship, leadership and citizenship while they experience the thrill of flight and study the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) of aviation and aeronautics.
The Automotive Technology department hosts an annual car cruise in. The event is located at Sinclair's Dayton campus in the parking lot of Building 20. Registration is free.
The 2017 Cruise In: Information Coming Soon
Engineers Day is an annual event hosted at Sinclair Community College. Attendees are given a brief introduction to the various Engineering Technology programs offered in the Science, Mathematics and Engineering division through interactive demonstrations and presentations. The event runs from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. on the scheduled day. The entire time allotted is required to experience all the programs.
These informational sessions are held throughout the year to answer general questions about the Engineering University Transfer (EUT) program.
Upcoming sessions: Information Coming Soon
For additional information about the EUT program, please contact Eric Dunn at 937-512-2721.
This week-long camp enables females in grades 10-12 to explore the different areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics that are represented in the SME division.
WiSTEM Summer Institute 2018: June 18-22, 2018