Engineers have a unique opportunity to make our world a better place. They solve problems in creative ways and create things that never existed before. The U.S. is in need of more engineers to remain competitive globally, and it needs more diverse engineering teams to create the best solutions possible. In order to increase the number of young students who consider engineering as a career path, it's critical to expose them to engineering as early as possible. 

For this reason, WIE offers a variety of K-12 outreach programs designed to teach girls about engineering, give them the opportunity to do hands-on engineering activities, and meet Georgia Tech female engineering students, faculty and alumni so that they have role models they can identify with. The goal of our outreach programs is to inspire girls to pursue careers in engineering. 

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Summer Camps at Georgia Tech

Middle School Engineering Programs & Camps at GT for Girls

  • TEC Camp hosted by GT Women in Engineering: A non-residential hands-on week-long engineering and computing camp held each June for 6th and 7th grade girls.
  • Various Middle School Outreach Programs are hosted by GT Student Chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).

Additional Engineering Programs & Camps for Middle School Students

High School Engineering Programs & Camps at GT for Girls

Additional Engineering Programs & Camps for High School Students

Additional Opportunities for Prospective Students