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54th Annual Engineers Week High School Program

FREE 2018 Engineers Week High School Program

Are you a high school student? Would you like to experience a day as an engineer? If so, you’re in luck…E-week is for you!
Students explore engineering, technology and design by participating in engineering-oriented field trips, exhibit hall, and dinner banquet. Local engineers host students at the Banquet and share their engineering experiences 1-on-1.
Friday February 23,2018
Double Tree Hotel, Lloyd Center
1000 NE Multnomah Street, Portland, OR 97232
Event Schedule:
12:30 All students and teachers sign in and meet with their field trip leaders.
1:30-4:00 Field trips (TBD):
4:00-6:15 Exhibit Hall and Mini-Workshops open for students, teachers, parents, and Engineers.
6:15-8:30 Dinner Program. Students and teachers join local engineers for dinner activities and keynote presentation.
Speaker: Mauri Whalen, Intel Corporation, Vice President in the Software Services Group and Director of Core System Software in the Open Source Technology Center. Her team focuses primarily on Linux-based operating system stacks, software for enabling Intel CPUs and chipsets, virtualization, and data center cloud software
Registration is now open until Feb 12th!!

We recommend at least 10 students and 2 teachers attend the event.

Please have each attendee register online:

– Visit:
– Click: “E-week Banquet & Field Trip Program”
– Enter password and coupon code: “EWEEK2018”

A limited-access morning program is available for students who may need more support for college readiness – if interested, please contact Joy Marsala to get your free access code.

Joy Marsalla
E-week Committee:
Website Lead and High School Registration Support
Cell: 520-444-2945

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