K-12 Outreach

In addition to having you come to campus, representatives from our department, including members of the Student Chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, can come to you! Many of our students are active in community activities outside the UW and will gladly assist in engineering and science related projects to promote their discipline. They regularly visit elementary schools, middle schools, and after-school programs to help with science fairs, career nights and other activities to encourage young students to reach for the sky.

If you are interested in having someone visit your class, or if you are planning to bring a group to the UW campus, please contact Undergraduate Advising Office at ugadvising@aa.washington.edu or 206.543.1950 for outreach arrangements.

College of Engineering Discovery Days!

The College of Engineering Discovery Days is held every spring and is open to the public. Each day has a primary focus such as elementary school or high school outreach. Our faculty, staff, and students enthusiastically introduce K-12 students to the world of engineering through exciting hands-on experiments and visual displays. See the College of Engineering's Discovery Days page for more details.

K-12 Resource Guide

The University of Washington has a Web page and searchable database that provides information about a wide variety of educational resources offered at the UW: http://www.outreach.washington.edu/k12guide/