Engineering 18000

Engineering 18000, the Minority Engineering Program Seminar, was established in 1987 to promote awareness of campus-wide academic and non-academic support systems; to facilitate interaction between students, faculty, staff, upperclassmen, alumni, and corporate sponsors; and to develop and share strategies for academic and professional success. Open to all students, it offers a platform for corporate and alumni supporters to meet and greet students as mentors and/or prospective employers. Through course activities, workshops, weekly assignments, and reflections, students develop important career readiness skills that showcase their personal, professional, and technical skills. Engineering 18000 also promotes awareness of campus-wide academic and non-academic support systems.


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