Join Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering in celebrating National Engineers Week by building a tower from spaghetti and marshmallows. The middle school team that builds the tallest freestanding tower wins and will be invited to recreate their winning tower at the JHU Tower of Power event
Date: Fall and spring semesters
STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools provide STEM education to 3rd – 5th graders in elementary schools.Find out more
Date: fall, spring, or summer
WISE is a paid research learning opportunity for Baltimore City public high school students who are mentored by Johns Hopkins University (JHU) researchers. The primary objective of WISE is to increase the diversity of students who are pursuing science and engineering in college by developing their knowledge of a specific STEM field, strengthening their analytical skills, and fostering connections with STEM professionals.
Date: Explore Engineering Innovation: summer; BMEI Online: spring, fall, and summer
Engineering Innovation provides hands-on, college-level engineering courses to high school students. Students that receive an A or B in the courses receive credits from Johns Hopkins.Find out more