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  • Script ideas: We love our work! And we think you will too Engineering gives you a job you’ll look forward to getting up for Timing High school is the time to learn about and explore opportunities for a career in engineering Let you in on the “secret” Engineering is the “best kept secret” for a college major and future career options for high school students Begin thinking about your career in engineering today so that you can do what you want to do in your future
  • Script ideas: We love our work! And we think you will too Engineering gives you a job you’ll look forward to getting up for Timing High school is the time to learn about and explore opportunities for a career in engineering Let you in on the “secret” Engineering is the “best kept secret” for a college major and future career options for high school students Begin thinking about your career in engineering today so that you can do what you want to do in your future
  • At end of slide – Ask for a “daily life” item they came in contact with today. Then, ask rest of group how an engineer (or many engineers) contributed to making that thing.
  • Focus on solving problems. Taking math and science classes. Not just questions, provide answers. Ask students: what do engineers do? Do you know that ___is engineered right here in Ohio. ***How did you become an engineer? What is your story? Show props – tell how you picked engineering
  • Talk about Magnet work on design. Consulting end of it. Engineers we find in local companies. Local examples
  • Bring in local examples Sales Engineers- solve problems Stories of Mgr/CEO’s who are engineers
  • Background?
  • Do a table/ chart and animate the blocks of info. Focused Engineering Universities Most students are Engineering or Science majors Typically smaller, more specialized environments Universities with Engineering Programs Wide range of majors (Liberal Arts, Business, etc.) Larger universities with Engineering as one school among many other offerings
  • Freshman Year “ Core” courses for all engineering students: physics, chemistry, calculus, laboratory, humanities Complete flexibility in engineering major during freshman year Sophomore Year More engineering courses: thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, electrical circuits Flexibility to switch majors electrical  mechanical // chemical  biomedical (etc.) Junior and Senior Years Engineering courses specific to your major Paid Co-op and internships are very common High level projects and advanced labs courses
  • New faces of enginnering road show

    1. 1. t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    2. 2. W are w here t oday? hy e We love our work Timing Let you in on the “secret” Math and Science are really important t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    3. 3. W c hoos e Engi neeri ng? hy t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    4. 4. Engi neeri ng M be f or ay You i f …  You like math…  You like science…  You always ask WHY or like solving problems… t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    5. 5. Ci vi l Engi neers w k on t he or i nf r ast r uct ur e – t he “ bi g st uf f ” : bui l di ngs, r oads, br i dges, wat er syst em s. t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    6. 6. M hani c al Engi neers w k on ec or t hi ngs wi t h movi ng par t s. t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    7. 7. El ec t ri c al Engi neers w k on or ever yt hi ng t hat ’ s el ect r i cal or el ect r oni c i n nat ur e.Electricity… Big and Small t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    8. 8. Chem c al Engi neers desi gn sys t em i s and pr ocesses t o pr oduce chem cal si f or a var i et y of appl i cat i onsChemical Processes in all Industries t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    9. 9. Aeros pac e Engi neers w orks on t he desi gn, const r uct i on, and sci ence of ai r cr af t and spacecr af t . t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    10. 10. Indus t ri al Engi neers w k on or pr ocesses t hat i nvol ve hum an i nt er act i on t o i m ove ef f i ci ency pr and pr oduct i vi t yMaking It Faster, Better, Less Expensive t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    11. 11. B om c al Engi neers under st and i edi t he hum an body as a syst em and cr eat e pr oduct s t hat i m ove pr hum an l i f eCombining Science and the Body t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    12. 12. What ki nd of engi neer are you? Creative, like to work in the lab, want to design things  Design Engineer  Product Development / Product Integration Engineer  Software Engineer “Hands-on,” putting pieces together, like processes  Production/Manufacturing Engineer  Quality Assurance Engineer, Test Engineer  Process Engineer Business Oriented, “people person”  Product Marketing/ Product Strategy Engineer  Sales Engineer  Business Process Engineer Like to be outside the office, like variety and “surprises”  Field Engineer (on site construction and projects)  Sales Engineer  Field Service Engineer t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    13. 13. Grow ng your c areer beyond i engi neeri ng… An Engineering background gives youBecome a Manager:  Manage other engineers the training, skills, and  Manage projects thought processes to  Manage a plant or lab take you anywhere you  Manage a product line want to go!Become an Executive:  CEO or President  Chief Technical Officer  Vice President of any divisionBecome an Entrepreneur:  Use your business acumen  Start your own company  Market your creativity  Commercialize your inventions t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    14. 14. What s houl d I do now t o prepare? Math is the one thing that all of the top 15 highest paying jobs have in High School Coursework common!  4 years of Math, typically including pre-calculus  3 or 4 years of Science  Additional college-prep or Advanced Placement courses Other factors  Standardized test scores – ACT and SAT  Extra-curricular participation: clubs, sports, etc.  Special accomplishments or awards  Participation in science fair or other competitions t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    15. 15. Where c an I s t udy Engi neeri ng? Northeast Ohio Elsewhere in Ohio Outside Ohio… There are over 300 accredited Engineering programs throughout the U.S. t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    16. 16. What ki nd of s c hool or degree i s ri ght f or you? Focused Universities with Engineering Engineering Universities Programs  Examples: Examples: • Massachusetts • Ohio State Institute of University Technology (MIT) Four-Year (Bachelors) Degrees Engineering Engineering Technology Dual Degree Programs Two-Year Degrees Associates Degree t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    17. 17. Typi c al Engi neeri ng Curri c ul um Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Core courses: Engr Courses: •Physics Engr Course Specific to Major •Thermodynamics •Chemistry High Level Projects •Fluid Mechanics •Calculus Advanced Labs •Electrical Circuits •Humanities Completely flexible Flexibility to switch majors Paid Co-op and internships t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    18. 18. W hat i s Engi neeri ng Sc hool l i ke? It’s challenging It’s interesting It’s worth it t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    19. 19. Large N ort heas t Ohi o Engi neeri ng Em oyers plNASA Goodyear Swagelok CompanyCleveland Clinic B.F. Goodrich Parker HannifinRockwell Automation ZIN Technologies GE LightingLincoln Electric Keithley Instruments ApscoLubrizol Corporation NanoFilm First EnergySTERIS Corporation Diebold PolyOne CorporationMiddough Consulting Ricerca Research RPM CorporationOsborn Engineering Cleveland Medical Devices Babcock and WilcoxPhilips Medical Systems Invacare General MotorsABB City or State Government: Delphi  ODOT Ford Motor  Municipal water Company treatment  Pollution management R.E. Warner  City planning t henew f aces of engi neer i ng
    20. 20. Thanks t o our s pons ors ! ! ! t he QUESTIONS?new f aces of engi neer i ng

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