The Fulton Schools engages Arizona’s K-12 students and creates pathways that encourage them to become technically savvy, prepare for studies in STEM-related fields and pursue careers in engineering. Find ways to get involved in outreach and inspire the next generation of engineers and innovators!

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Mentors needed for Engineers of the Future program

Engineers of the Future is a STEM program for students in fifth through eighth grades created by Valley Metro, the city of Phoenix and PGH Wong. The program needs mentors for the Fall 2023 semester! This opportunity includes classes lasting one and a half hours that occur twice weekly and revolve around the schedule of…


Register for SEE@ASU Residential Engineering Summer Camp, June 11–16

Do you have a future engineer who is a rising junior or senior in high school? The Fulton Academy has a week-long experience just for them, the Summer Engineering Experience! They will join other rising juniors and seniors in high school staying at Tooker House June 11–16, 2023, to learn about all things engineering!  Students…

Faculty: Inspire and shape young minds that are interested in STEM research with SCENE

SCENE, or Science and Engineering Experience, provides research opportunities in STEM backgrounds to highly motivated high school students. The SCENE program succeeds through partnerships and collaboration with SCENE Mentors. SCENE Mentors are ASU faculty in STEM backgrounds who provide participants with valuable, hands-on research experience in a lab setting. The program is looking for 2023–24…