Awards Banquet was Friday, February 24, 2017 - 200 folks registered for the 66th Annual E-Week San Diego Awards Banquet with participation from 26 organizations. We gave away Dream Big IMAX tickets. Had exclusive photo shoots with the Dream Big banner back drop. Had a wonderful time catching up on all of the engineering week activities, promoting Society involvement, and catching up with old and new friends.
Elite Company Sponsors: Advanced Test Equipment Rentals, Dokken Engineering, GlySens, Kleinfelder, Rick Engineering, Solar Turbines.
Program Sponsors: Printing by Dokken Engineering, Parking by WateReuse, Dream Big promotional materials by the Fleet Science Center,Photography by AraizaMP
Engineering Advocacy Planning Meeting, March 13th, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm, Linda Visa Library:
You are invited to join the San Diego County Engineering Council, in building the future state of engineering socity participation in San Diego. Can we improve the E-Week activites like the banquet and awards? Or better yet, imagine what engineering outreach might look like if we had the infastructure to support our society volunteer needs and meet teacher engineering engagement requests?
RSVP: Ken Discenza, SiteDesign@sda-pe.com
More Info: Debra Kimberling, SDCEngC@gmail.com
Discover the engineering possibilities year-round:
It is scholarship season. See our Society and Scholarships page for Societies offering scholarships.
Need help in promoting your Society and/or non-profit STEM events? We are happy to help spread the word on San Diego STEM events through our SDCEC Linkedin community.
The IMAX movie "Dream Big: Engineering Our World" opens to the public on March 10, 2017 at the Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park. Make sure to bring the kids, or better yet, make it a classroom outing. This film shows first hand how engineering makes a difference in this world and improves people's lives.
See the #1 movie "Hidden Figures" and be inspired by the pioneering female STEM role models you didn’t know and the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the space race to launch an astronaut into orbit. John Glenn refused to fly until Katherine Johnson verified the calculations of the first electronic computer by hand.