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Learn what it takes to pilot a club! Ken Maschke, P.E.,M. ASCE Tony Cioffi, P.E., M. ASCE Melissa Wu, P.E., M.ASCE.

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1 Learn what it takes to pilot a club! Ken Maschke, P.E.,M. ASCE Tony Cioffi, P.E., M. ASCE Melissa Wu, P.E., M.ASCE

2 Benefits of establishing a CE Club Fun! Invites new engagement among ASCE members Advances the profession Flexible for participants Generates good will in the community Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

3 Why is outreach so important for HS students? Creates real world connections Creates awareness of civil engineering Provides role models and dispels stereotypes Develops technological literacy Builds students’ self identification with civil engineering Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

4 Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE What is Civil Engineering Club? After-school club for high school students Recommended for kids with expressed interest in engineering/STEM Student centered Activity based Vehicle for creating a sustainable partnership

5 Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE Key players in this educational partnership: StudentsSchools ASCE volunteers provide expertise and personalize the experience! Students bring interest in engineering and enthusiasm! High schools offer support and a faculty advisor

6 Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE WANTED: Fearless Leaders!! Students Schools Desire to lead Passion! Ability to work collaboratively YOU! Volunteers Time

7 What will CE Club do? Engineering design projects and field experiences Club Launch (first meeting) Bridges Module Make it Real - Make a Difference Site visits Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

8 Get Section/Branch Support Recruit Volunteers Find a school/recruit a faculty advisor Register with ASCE Plan with Faculty Advisor Club Launch Ongoing Planning Weekly 60 minute Club meetings Site Visit Rinse and Repeat Plan for next year Evaluate and Report Club Finale Get Supplies Fundraising? Event with ASCE student chapter? Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE How does the Club work? *

9 CE Club Resources from ASCE National FREE stuff for registered clubs: CE Club Guide Club recruitment posters, membership cards and certificates Give aways Posters, books, handouts, etc. Companion Website for high school students : Go Civil! Stipend for pilot clubs / Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

10 CE Club Guide makes it simple! Introduction Establishing a partnership Setting up a Club Launching a Club Icebreaker activity Topic modules – Multiple activities Provides detailed instruction s for each activity Offers suggestions for field trips and community service projects Includes appendices with helpful support materials for working with high school students Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

11 WANTED: Pilot Clubs for Identify school partner / faculty advisor Find core group of volunteers / Sponsors Use ASCE Club Guide to educate and promote On your mark Go! Get Set… GO! Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

12 Finding a partner: PLTW Schools STEM Academies Schools with NSBE student chapters Schools with SHPE student chapters Schools where you have already been involved Remembering key messages: Student centered Engineering partners Authentic experiences Supported by ASCE Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

13 Financial considerations Materials and supplies Transportation Faculty advisor compensation Potential sources of funding School budgets (PTA, fundraisers, grants, club dues) ASCE stipend Section, Branch, or YMF Corporate sponsors (Civil engineering firms, Home Depot, etc.) Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

14 Register Your Club! Go! Get Set… GO! Establish firm commitments Register Club online with ASCE Draft club plans On your mark Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

15 Faculty Advisor Lead engineer Supporting engineer volunteers Other local companies, schools, and organizations that provide support Teamwork is key! Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

16 Launch your Club! Go! Get Set… GO! Hold Planning Meetings with faculty advisor Participate in CE Club training Order the CE Club Kit Launch your CE Club! On your mark Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE

17 CASE STUDY: City Polytechnic High School Brooklyn, NY Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE School Year

18 Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE LESSONS LEARNED: Start early Seek strong school and faculty support Line up supplies in advance Back-up faculty advisor Arrange for lots of volunteer back-up Think early about fundraising options School Year

19 Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE COMING UP / : Embracing the club model Flexibility will be key Managing time commitments Role of the Younger Member Forum

20 Staff Contact: Leslie Payne Senior Manager, Pre-College Outreach ASCE Questions? Civil Engineering Club - sponsored by ASCE


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