Sponsored by EHS FIRST Robotics, Thomson Reuters and International Office Technologies
Co-hosted by Eagan High School Science, Technology & Engineering, Math, and Counseling Departments
Tuesday, February 26, 6–8pm
Set up like a college fair, students visit with professionals to explore STEM careers.
Featuring 50 minute interactive presentations by Tech IT Out! MN at 6:15pm and 7:15pm in the Eagan High School Auditorium
Eagan High School – Student Commons (Cafeteria)
4185 Braddock Trail
Eagan, MN 55123
Students in grades 9–12 from all area high schools and their parents are invited to the Eagan High School STEM Career Fair to learn more about careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The STEM Career Fair provides an opportunity for high school students to explore careers in STEM fields. Students talk to engineers, information technology professionals, health care professionals, and many others to explore STEM careers. Experience a day in the life of an electrical engineer, a chemical engineer, a programmer, nurse and others in technical careers. Learn and understand how to prepare for a STEM career from area business professionals.
This event is free and open to the public. No registration is necessary to attend. Sign in at the door to be eligible for door prizes.
STEM Professionals Needed: We are actively seeking companies and individuals as presenters for our fair. There is no charge for this event. To reserve your space, register below.
To register as an individual, click here.
To register your company for the event, please click here.
You may set up in the Student Commons beginning at 5 pm. You will be provided table space and can let us know how much space is needed on your registration form. Presenters are welcome to bring any equipment, tools, and presentation materials to share your field. Guest wireless access will be available. There are a limited number of electrical outlets available, so please plan accordingly. We will post a sign at each table indicating the career field(s) represented. You may also display a company banner or sign if you wish.
Be prepared to discuss with the students and parents the school curriculum preparation, a typical day, job outlook, and your own personal career path. No formal presentation is necessary – simply a willingness and enthusiasm to converse about your career field.
For more information e-mail or Jim Lynch at .