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Engineer Factory, a Project of Community Partners

The mission of the Engineer Factory is to help more African American, Latinx and female engineers than industry can support.

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  • LEARN ·2022 Grants Challenge

    Engineer Factory Computer Science Equity Program

    Computer Science Equity—the Dept of Labor projects by 2030 2/3 of jobs will require computer science skills; but less than 12% of Title I schools offer computer science classes. Engineer Factory Computer Science Equity program helps students in Title I schools: 1) Build a Piper computer & earn UCSD credential; 2) learn coding using Code.org curriculum; 3) receive coaching from Cal State LA faculty and engineering students to pass the AP Computer Science exams; and 4) learn to build a functioning desktop computer that the students will keep.

  • LEARN ·2021 Grants Challenge

    The Engineer Factory

    The mission of the Engineer Factory is to strengthen the K-12 STEM education pipeline and increase the number of African American, Latinx and female students from underserved communities who pursue degrees and careers in Engineering and STEM. This is accomplished through: project-based learning ; coaching of competition-ready teams; culturally responsive math support; professional development for K-6 educators; exposure and linkages to the engineering industry; and by awarding scholarships to deserving high school seniors.

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