Welcome to the Engineers Week Page!
I am so happy that you would like to learn more about this awesome week celebrating the engineer!
I am the Engineers Week Chair for 2020, and I am elated to empower students that are passionate about STEM to pursue their dreams! I would have loved to participate in a week like this as a student, so it gives me great joy to be able to provide Engineers Week events for other students and future engineers!
I hope you enjoy the site, and we cannot wait to hear how you would like to support Engineers Week!
Meghrie Demirdjian - Engineers Week 2020 Chair
Structural Design Engineer at LADWP -
ASCE Los Angeles Younger Member Forum
The American Society of Civil Engineers Los Angeles Younger Member Forum (ASCE LA YMF), with the support of the Offices of Councilmembers Paul Koretz, (Council District 5), David Ryu (Council District 4), Monica Rodriguez (Council District 6) Herb Wesson (Council District 10), Marqueece Harris-Dawson (Council District 8), and Paul Krekorian (Council District 2), hosted our 6th Annual Engineers Week Celebration held during National Engineers Week from February 19 – 23, 2019! We are very excited to host next year's 2020 Engineers Week!
This unique event features five days in the Los Angeles area dedicated to introducing students of all levels to local branches of government and various fields of engineering. Our goal is to educate students about how their own communities were built upon and created, and inspire them with future possibilities of helping to positively change their built environment! This February 2019, we hosted nearly 700 students for Engineers Week!
See more information and links below for how to get involved and/or support Engineers Week!
"...global leadears building a better quality of life."
ASCE LA YMF strives to inspire a diverse group of students to become leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in order to build a better future!
Engineers Week creates a platform of fun, engaging activities and interesting engineering presentation topics that are able to spark the confidence and imagination of K-12 grade students. STEM is more than books, it's doing! Seeing what you're able to accomplish through design, research, and hard work in order to make a difference in society for the better! No success is ever complete without a failure, and students are able to work through problems in order to better learn how to achieve their solutions! During Engineers Week, there are NO losers, because you can't lose at having fun!
Elementary School Day 2020
When: Tuesday, February 18, 2020,
Where: Los Angeles City Hall
Who: 2nd-3rd Graders
Including: Egg Drop Competition!
Planning Lead: Joan Hsu of LADOT
Middle School Day 2020
When: Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Where: La Kretz Innovation Campus
Who: 7th-8th Graders
NASA JPL Engineer
Planning Lead: Chloe Gharios of LADWP
Girl Day 2020
When: Thursday, February 20, 2020
Where: CalTrans District 7
For: 7th-12th grade female students
Speaker: NASA JPL Engineer
Including: Scholarship Competition
Planning Lead: Monica Morales of Jacobs
High School Day 2020
When: Friday, February 21, 2020
Where: USC Campus
For: 9th-12th Graders
Including: Scholarship Competition
Planning Lead: Claris Rivera of LADWP
Girl Scouts Day 2020
When: Saturday, February 22, 2020
Where: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
For: Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles
Including: University Tour
Planning Lead: Nikki Zulueta of Bureau of Engineering
BECOME AN ENGINEERS WEEK SPONSOR
Engineers Week 2020 needs your support!
Engineers Week is focused on inspiring future generations of engineers and providing opportunities for K-12 students to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in an engaging, and most importantly, fun environment through presentations given by professional engineers, hands-on engineering activities, volunteers that are in STEM related fields to serve as guides and mentors for the students during the events, and inspirational venues within the City of Los Angeles. By providing memorable events such as this, we can more easily gain the interest of a diverse group of students and inspire them to pursue STEM careers!
Engineers Week Consists of:
Elementary School Day (3rd grade) will be held on Tuesday, 2/18/20 at the LA City Hall
Middle School Day (7th-8th grade) on Wednesday, 2/19/20 at the La Kretz Innovation Campus
Girl Day (7th-12th grade) on Thursday, 2/20/2020 at CalTrans Distric 7
High School Day (9th-12th grade) on Friday, 2/21/2020 at USC Campus
Girl Scouts Day (K-3rd grade) on Saturday 2/22/2020 at UCLA Campus
ASCE LA YMF strives to make this a week students will fondly remember and look forward to each year!
From volunteers to funding, we look forward to both public and private companies joining us to promote the importance of government and STEM to students in the local Los Angeles area. This fundraising effort will provide scholarships, materials for hand-on activities and transportation for students, and lunches and Engineers Week t-shirts for students and volunteers. Below is a link to a sponsorship packet with an outline of the many benefits you can receive from sponsoring this event. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Sponsorship donations can be made online by clicking on our link below this section!
If you are interested in getting more involved with event planning, please contact the Eweek Chair, Meghrie Demirdjian at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing back from you!
2020 Engineers Week Chair
ASCE LA YMF
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a Volunteer!
This is going to be an action packed week and we are looking for volunteers like you to help make the event a success! We are asking that you commit to be at the event of your choice! Volunteers will be provided with parking, lunch, an Engineers Week t-shirt and some great memories of mentoring and inspiring K-12 students!