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Carnegie Mellon University


June 18-22, 2018

The 2018 workshop is now full.  If you are interested in the 2019 workshop,
please add your name to the email list [Link].

 Give it

a try!

Do you know what you want to study in college, or what career you want to pursue? Have you considered engineering? How much do you know about it? Come join us for a week to learn more about what engineers do and what it would be like to study engineering in college at one of the nation's top engineering schools!

Try out real mechanical engineering practices!  Learn how to make your own products with computer-aided design software, and then fabricate them in a CMU makerspace using

· Laser Cutting

· 3D Printing

· Resin Casting

Learn about other engineering disciplines (electrical, biomedical, robotics, etc.) through daily presentations and tours of CMU labs.

The workshop wants to INTRODUCE kids to engineering, so even if you’ve never thought about it before (and maybe aren’t a “science kid” at school), come for a week to see what it’s all about!

Note: This is not a residential program.


June 18-22 (M-F), 2018

9 am – 4:30 pm


Hamerschlag Hall on the CMU campus

Hamerschlag Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
[Google Map]


Rising 10th and 11th graders


$900, includes materials, snacks, and lunch


The workshop can accept only 30 students, so APPLY early!

 Supported by

Carnegie Mellon University College of Engineering



Questions?  Send email to engineeringworkshop@cmu.edu or call 412.952.5991.


Carnegie Mellon University - Engineering Workshop - Summer 2018