EIR Core Values

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Posted November 28, 2019

There is no prescription that you are given when you sign up for the EIR program. Program volunteers and their teacher partners are given the tools they need to provide the best possible experience for everyone involved.

The EIR program is designed to be a resource to support and enhance the curriculum.

So, instead of a big long instruction manual on how to “do the EIR program”, we like to enforce these core values and empower those involved.

Experiential

  • Creating positive experience for students around STEM and applying academic learning to possibilities

Inclusive

  • There’s a place for you in engineering. We need diverse thinkers to join the profession to solve the complex problems of the 21st century.

Real

  • Real engineers, real application of academic learning, and real world impact

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