Engineering Center of St. Louis Wraps Engineers Week

College Fair tonight! & Partnership with the St. Louis Science Center this weekend!

WHAT:  The Engineering Center of St. Louis celebrates National Engineers Week (E-Week). Activities this week included a Discovery Fair, Engineers Week Luncheon with Dr. Marc A. Edwards (Professor at Virginia Tech, and the frontrunner of scientists that uncovered the Flint water crisis), and Center-sponsored Design-Build Challenges. Friday afternoon the Center will host a Career Fair, and this weekend there will be E-Week booths at the St. Louis Science Center.

WHO:  Reaching professionals and students of all ages and their families in an effort to bring attention to the crucial role that engineers bring to society.

WHERE:  Friday, February 24 (3:00-6:00 pm)

Career Fair at the Engineering Center of St. Louis -All college students and graduates will not want to miss this opportunity to meet with top St. Louis engineering firms. Both full time employment and internship possibilities are available. Participants have included: Ameren, Bilfinger, MSK, TSi Engineering, Washington University, HR Green, SCI Engineering, Oates Associates, EDM Inc., Jacobs Engineering, Access Engineering, Missouri American Water, Horner & Shifrin, Burns & McDonnell, APWA, Stantec Consulting Services, Professional Employment Group, Fred Weber, AECOM, HNTB, and Veterans Administration.

Saturday, February 25 (9:30 am-4:30 pm) & Sunday, February 26 (11:00 am-4:30 pm)

2017 ENGINEERS’ WEEK SCIENCE CENTER EXHIBIT hosted by Missouri Society of Professional Engineers. Come explore engineering throughout the St. Louis Science Center. Celebrate E-Week with an event focused on overcoming mighty challenges through the wonders of engineering. Join in the fun to meet real-life engineers and learn how engineering impacts everything in the world around us.

The Engineering Center of St. Louis, located at 4359 Lindell Boulevard, is home to more than 34 professional affiliate societies.

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