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Posted July 27, 2020

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Phew! The school year is done. It was a doosy, but turns out some pretty great stuff happened too!

The 2019-2020 Engineer-in-Residence program was…shall we say UNIQUE!

Teacher strikes and extended school closures.

Students forced to learn from home.

Good thing we’re super AGILE over here!

All things considered, the year was a great success.


Despite the challenges our teachers and engineers faced, they persevered and continued to create (much needed!) positive engineering experiences for K-12 students.


(coincidentally, an important skill for engineers!)

Thought you might enjoy a look back over some highlights!

Early into the year things started off strong!

And our innovative engineers and teachers kept things going virtually through “egg-less drops”, building bridges at home, scratch clubs, virtual check-ins ++++

Needless to say, 2019-2020 will be a year to remember. We learned A LOT, and are excited to apply these learnings to create MORE impact and MORE opportunities.

What was your FAVORITE 19-20 EIR moment??

What are you excited about for next year??

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