Community Outreach

Community Outreach

Community Engagement

The Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering recognizes the importance of Community Service and considers our involvement in STEM education crucial. We provide a variety of programs specifically designed to empower and engage young minds with an interest in STEM fields. Over the past 25 years, we have actively supported initiatives such as AWE and BEST for middle school students and RISE HS for high schoolers.  The College has established successful collaborations with regional communities, and we are enthusiastic about further nurturing existing relationships and forging new partnerships. This collaboration is mutually beneficial—our engineering students enhance their contributions to society, while future STEM students delve into the dynamic world of engineering.

AWE students working on technical stem projects w undergraduate mentor

Attracting Women into Engineering

AWE is a multi-day, morning summer camp for middle school students to explore engineering at the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering.

students working under faculty guidance on stem project

Boys Engineering, Science & Tech camp

Middle school students delve into engineering at BEST, the multi-day, morning summer camp at the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering.

group of students outside working in teams on stem project

RISE (High School)

RISE is a workshop experience for high school students that features laboratory clinics, exciting engineering activities, campus & industry tours, and mentoring.