In 2003, the Center for Educational Outreach (CEO) at the Whiting School of Engineering established educational outreach programs directed towards underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).   To date, the CEO has served over 5,000 K-12 students and teachers through:

  • summer programs
  • afterschool programs
  • lab internships
  • statewide competitions
  • career days
  • campus visits
  • newsletters
  • professional development
  • curriculum development

The Whiting School of Engineering made a significant investment in STEM educational outreach in 2010 by hiring a full-time assistant dean to manage and grow the CEO. The CEO’s top priority is reaching Baltimore City Public School students while continuing to grow our national program, Engineering Innovation.  Involving JHU faculty and students is key to providing unique, inspirational STEM content, mentors and role models for our programs.

As national and local attention to STEM education has grown, the CEO has brought together other STEM practitioners across JHU to coordinate and collaborate in an effort to better serve our community.

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