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WE offers a variety of programs designed to interest girls and young students in engineering majors and careers.  Programs include week-long summer camps, one-day events, and ongoing programs throughout the academic year.

One-Day Programs

DiscoverE Girl Day:

WE DiscoverE DayIn conjunction with National Engineers Week (February 19 – 25), WE hosts DiscoverE Girl Day on campus for young students. DiscoverE Girl Day 2017 will be February 23, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. This one-day event gives 2nd through 5th grade girls an opportunity to explore the wonders of engineering in a fun environment with hands-on, project-based activities.

This year's theme — "Dream Big" — explores various engineering fields and exposes girls to the endless possibilities of engineering.

To register for the event, please submit the online application by January 27th. Additional information will be sent to accepted participants regarding program activities, agenda and payment options by February 15th.

Cost: $50 for one student and up to two parents. A cost of $25 is required for each additional participant. Scholarships for students with financial need are available with a scholarship application and proof of financial need. Participants receive dinner, a T-shirt, giveaways, certificate of participation and materials related to projects. 

While the kids are doing activities, parents are invited to attend an optional three-hour parent session that will engage them in discussion and give ideas for how to support girls in choosing an engineering career path.

Click here to apply.

For more information on national DiscoverE Girl Day, please visit the DiscoverE website

WE FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Teams:
WE partnered with Cypress Grove Intermediate School, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Bryan ISD and FUNgineering to support all-girl FLL teams in 2015. If you are interested in starting an all-girl Jr. FLL, FLL, FTC or FRC team for Fall 2016 or beyond, please contact weoutreach@tamu.edu.


Summer Programs and Camps

WE hosts camps for high school students who may have an interest in engineering. Participants spend a week exploring engineering through hands-on activities and exciting tours. 


PK-12 Engineering Education and Outreach

To learn more about other engineering programs and camps at Texas A&M University, visit PK-12 Engineering Education and Outreach.