Engineering for Kids

About

Engineering for Kids (E4K) at UC Berkeley is a student organization that collaborates with clubs and students from across the university’s engineering community to host an annual one-day science and engineering education event for local fourth- to sixth-grade students. Attendees at Engineering for Kids Day engage in fun, hands-on activities led by Berkeley students from a wide range of engineering disciplines. Thanks to the generosity of volunteers and corporate sponsors, this event is completely free for all participants and families!

E4K strives to decrease demographic disparities in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields by working with Title I schools and local outreach programs to encourage the participation of underrepresented students from surrounding Bay Area communities. By providing these young students with exciting, memorable experiences in science and engineering, E4K hopes to inspire a new generation of innovators and entrepreneurs.

Participants

Engineering for Kids Day will be Saturday, March 9th, 2019. Registration for the event is now open! Participants must be registered to attend the event. A chaperone can register up to 8 students. We look forward to a great day!

E4K Day will run from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on the UC Berkeley Campus. More information, including building locations will be sent after registration. Questions? Email registration@e4k.berkeley.edu .





In addition to registering, each participant must have these forms completed by a parent/guardian and turned in at the event.

Volunteers

E4K is looking for UC Berkeley student organizations who are willing to put on educational activities for kids. If you are a member of a student organization interesting in running an activity at Engineering for Kids Day on March 9, 2019, you can now register here. Thank you for your support!




Not in a student organization running an activity but still want to help out? Soon we will be opening up registration to general volunteers who will help run the event. Stay tuned!