Summer Program ENGages Black Youth in Engineering

From working with hydraulic arms to dissecting perches, black youth had the opportunity to learn more about the world of engineering during ENGage, a week-long day camp from students in grade seven and eight.  Participants conducted hands-on activities that demonstrated engineering principles and practices.

Resulting from a partnership between the U of T Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, the initiative aimed to address the under-representation of students from African and Caribbean backgrounds in engineering programs.

To learn more about the initiative, please read the full article.