Partner with BSCES to Promote STEM Education to Students
The Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section/ASCE (BSCES) is dedicated to helping to support and promote the fields of science, technology, engineering and math through STEM education. We are a group of over 100 regular volunteers that mentor students, run activities and talk at schools, give tours, take in job shadows, and many other activities. We are most famous for running two major events:
New England Regional Future City Competition
Over 30 teams of students from all corners of New England are already working on the challenge for this year. They are asked to create their dream city of the future and explain how it works using logic, scientific basis and sound engineering principles. The judging for this event takes place in late January and through most of February, with the International Finals in April.
Model Bridge Contest
This contest is in its 30th year and challenges over 45 teams of students, grades 5-12, to build a 3 1/2-foot span bridge of a “surprise” material, with new specifications prepared annually. While the competition may be largely virtual with bridge judging occurring on February 6, we will be sure to create a wonderful experience for every student participant!
BSCES STEM Program Sponsor – $1,000
BSCES STEM Sponsorship Benefits Include:
To enroll as a 2020-2021 BSCES STEM Program Sponsor simply complete and return the enrollment form here with payment by Friday, January 15, 2021. If you have any questions, please contact Rich Keenan at 617/305-4110 or at email@example.com.
Important: To be recognized as a BSCES member you must login using your BSCES assigned username and password.
Please note: BSCES membership is handled through ASCE but your BSCES log in information is different than your ASCE log in information. To update your contact information, please visit their Manage Your Account page.
If you have issues logging in or have additional questions regarding registration, please contact us at 617/227-5551 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supported by the staff of The Engineering Center Education Trust