The Puget Sound Engineering Council (PSEC) hosts an Engineering Fair in conjunction with local chapters of engineering societies, colleges, and businesses. The Engineering Fair is staffed by practicing engineers and technical people representing many types of engineering
disciplines. In addition, the Fair also features a hands-on design competition on site (The Popsicle Stick Bridge Load Competition sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers). More information on the contest can be found at www.seattleasce.org/ymf.
The Fair provides a fun, visible way to see and hear about the various types of engineering disciplines, as well as encourage students to think about engineering as a career. This is an annual event that coincides with National Engineers Week in February.
- Engineering Fair Booth Registration Open
The Fair runs from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM and includes a Popsicle Stick Bridge competition sponsored by the Younger Member Forum of the ASCE.
You can now register if you want to host a booth for the K-12 students. We are looking for organizations and companies who can host a booth providing kids hands-on opportunities to learn about engineering.
- Engineering Fair Photos
The Engineering Fair was held on February 4, 2017 at the Museum of Flight. Here are some photos.
Thanks to all the participants and volunteers for helping to make a successful event.
- Gov Inslee Issues Engineers Week Proclamation
On Tuesday, January 24th Governor Jay Inslee of Washington issued this proclamation of Engineers Week February 19-24, 2017.
The PSEC invites you to celebrate Engineers Week by attending our Engineering Banquet on February 11th and our Engineers Fair on February 4th.