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Engineering 2017-2018

2018 SkillsUSA NATIONAL Competition Outcome:
Career Pathways Showcase: Industrial and Engineering Technology  fell short of a medal in Louisville, but it was a great experience and run! Awesome job Seniors and good luck in your future endeavors!!
Botball 2018 Competition
NuEtaSigma received the Botball Regional Tournament JUDGE'S CHOICE Award!!
2018 SkillsUSA STATE Competition Outcome:
Engineering Design and Technology fell short of a medal at Nationals, but GREAT job team! Excellent work!
Career Pathways Showcase: Industrial and Engineering Technology won GOLD!!! They will move on to the National level in June and compete in Kentucky!! AWESOME job!
- EWeek, February 2018
Thank You, to the following guests for coming out and sharing with our students:
USC Engineering
Cal Poly Pomona Engineering
Turner Construction
Plains All American Pipeline
KPRS Construction
Weber Metals, Inc.
EngX Day at USC!
February 2018
2018 SkillsUSA Participants:
Career Pathways - 2nd Place, Silver
Engineering Tech Design - Advance to State
-- Both groups will participate at the State level this coming April 2018!
Please read through and familiarize yourselves with the following guidelines for your competition.
Contestants will use their drafting skills to solve an Architectural problem. The problem includes a written test, a hand sketch, and drawings EITHER computer-generated or board drafted. If board drafting, please bring all necessary equipment.  The contest tests the contestants' problem solving abilities, not simply their CAD skills.
Student teams of 3 will use their course of study as the basis of a project that will benefit their class, school, community or industry. The project must highlight an aspect of their career cluster training. Upon completion of the project, the students will develop a display and use it within their community to explain their training and their project. This contest will judge mastery of their training, its application, the project’s benefit to their community, and display and presentation techniques.
A team of three students demonstrates their ability to design an innovative engineering project and present those ideas along with a display and live model. During the presentation, students are judged on their performance as a professional team, presentation of their project to a panel of judges from the engineering field, their storyboard presentation model, and the overall effect of the presentation.
The contest will test the ability to perform, exhibit and compile skills and knowledge from the following list of competencies determined by the SkillsUSA Mobile Robotic technical committee. It will evaluate each contestant’s preparation for employment in the field of robotics with emphasis on the team approach to problem solving in a work environment.
Urban Planning Workshop at Norwalk City Library
January 2018