IEEE invites you and your organization to join IEEE and Cricket Media in inspiring the next generation of engineer, scientists and technical professionals to the STEM workforce.
Student mentoring is proven to be highly effective, but there is a large group of students who need mentoring, a smaller group of people willing to mentor, and an smaller overlap when you factor in cost, time, travel, coordination, and safety issues.
eMentoring overcomes key mentoring limitations dramatically increasing the number of people who can effectively mentor.
To learn more, check out the eMentoring infographic.
IEEE interview: Steve Welby, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Recently, Steve sat down to share his thoughts on the importance of mentoring today’s youth on STEM subjects in the webinar, “How IEEE Uses STEM eMentoring to Help Inspire the Next Generation of Engineers”. In this three-part series, we share the highlights and key points from the event.
Bio: Stephen Welby is the Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Prior to joining IEEE, in 2015 Stephen was nominated by President Obama and confirmed by the US Senate as the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering. In this role, he served as the chief technology officer for the U.S. Department of Defense, leading one of the largest and most complex research, development, and engineering organizations in the world.
Listen to this IEEE-sponsored webinar featuring IEEE’s Executive Director and COO Stephen Welby.
During the webinar you will learn:
Listen to this insightful webinar, to learn why and how The Aerospace Corporation uses ongoing online STEM mentoring to directly engage their employees with local elementary students to make a difference in the future of STEM. You’ll hear:
In the webinar you will learn:
EINPresswire | 4/19
The Northrop Grumman Foundation, in partnership with Cricket Media and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), is expanding its commitment to providing students with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning opportunities by implementing an innovative eMentoring program, TryEngineering Together….
Aerospace | 2/19
Demonstrating an ongoing commitment to innovation in STEM education, employees of The Aerospace Corporation (Aerospace) will provide online mentoring to fifth grade students from Kujawa Elementary School, a Houston, TX school where 89 percent of thesestudents are economically disadvantaged. TryEngineering Together’s eMentoring program provides a platform for students and Aerospace volunteers to communicate throughout the school year on a variety of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) topics…
IEEE, The Institute | 12/18
On 24 December 1968, I was glued to the television watching the transmission of the Apollo 8 astronauts as they orbited the moon. Earlier that day, Frank Borman, Jim Lovell, and Bill Anders had fired up their service propulsion system engine, placing them and their spacecraft into lunar orbit and becoming the first humans to visit another planet. Their pioneering flight paved the way for the Apollo 11 lunar landing seven months later…
80% of all future professions will require STEM expertise. But many children lose interest in STEM before grade 6. To best staff our STEM workforce and ensure our children can fully participate, we must mentor and inspire them in elementary school.
TryEngineering Together is a meaningful eMentoring program that works, but presently we have a over 150 schools and 10,000+ students waiting to participate. To help these children, corporate sponsors and eMentoring teams are needed now.
To learn more and see what students, teachers and eMentors are saying about TryEngineering Together, please check out the TryEngineering Together™ infographic.
The STEM economy is here. STEM jobs are growing faster (42% faster) and pay better (29% better) than non-STEM US sectors. But women and minorities are terribly underrepresented in STEM fields. To close this gender and race gap and better position women and minorities to participate in the new STEM economy, we must act now.
To learn more about the STEM opportunity, the gender and minority gap and why we must inspire and encourage girls and minorities to STEM while they are young, please check out the TryEngineering Together infographic. Feel free to share and download it.
Business Trends | 06/18
June 2018 edition/Business Trends Magazine/ – Global education company Cricket Media, Inc. aims to promote equity in education by producing and distributing award winning content and collaborative learning experiences that are accessible and affordable for all children. Laura Woodside, the Vice President of Education Products, for Cricket Media, highlights their recently formed partnership with IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, to launch TryEngineering Together…
Listen to TryEngineering Together’s recorded webinar and hear directly from the creators of the program and get feedback from team members participating as eMentors.
CRS Wire | 03/06/18
WASHINGTON, Mar. 06 /CSRwire/ – Cricket Media and IEEE today announced Western Digital Corp. as the inaugural launch partner for TryEngineering Together, a new eMentoring platform giving companies a resource to mobilize their employees as volunteers to inspire and educate the next generation of engineers, scientists and technical professionals…
Black Enterprise | 11/04/17
NEW YORK, NY., Nov. 04 /Black Enterprise/ – Cricket Media is a global education company that’s created an innovative e-mentoring program making a critical difference in the lives of children in need…This phenomenal program is expanding—it’s bringing STEM concepts to third through fifth graders to affirm their interest in math and science. In January, CricketMedia and partner IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization for engineers, will launch TryEngineering Together…
CRS Wire | 11/02/17
MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 02 /CSRwire/ – As part of the global commitment to develop a robust STEM workforce for the future, Cricket Media, Inc. and IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization advancing technology for humanity, today announced a partnership to create TryEngineering Together, a unique eMentorship platform giving companies a resource to mobilize their employees as volunteers to inspire and educate the next generation of engineers, scientists and technical professionals…