- 25th Anniversary Future City Competition Philadelphia Region
Saturday January 18, 2020
Archbishop Carroll HS, Radnor, PA
AIChE DVS Special Award
Volunteer as a judge at https://futurecityphilly.org
- Delaware Valley Engineers Week’s Engineer Day (Engineers Club of Philadelphia)
Saturday February 22, 2020 10:00 AM-3:00 PM
Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA
Join AIChE’s booth as a Volunteer by contacting R. Ventura
- George Washington Carver Science Fair (Philadelphia School District & Temple University)
Wednesday February 19, 2020 12:30-4:30 PM
Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Elementary (Grades 4-6) Division Judging Day
Tuesday March 3, 2020 12:30-4:30 PM
Temple Aramark STAR Complex, Philadelphia, PA
Secondary (Grades 7-12) Division Judging
Volunteer as a judge at https://carversciencefair.org
- 25th New Castle County Science Fair (Delaware Tech)
Wednesday March 11, 2020 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Del Tech Stanton Campus, Newark, DE
Volunteer as a judge at https://www.dtcc.edu/about/news/events/science-fair
- Delaware Valley Science Fairs (Drexel University)
Wednesday April 8, 2020
Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Oaks, PA
Volunteer as a judge at https://drexel.edu/dvsf/
- 10th Anniversary USA Science & Engineering Festival
Friday-Sunday April 24-26, 2020 (Fri-Sun)
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC
Join AIChE K-12 Committee’s booth as a Volunteer by contacting R. Ventura
- Sunday November 10, 2019
AIChE K-12 STEM Showcase
AIChE Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL
AIChE DVS Student Outreach (K-12) Opportunity
The objective of AIChE Delaware Valley Section (DVS) K-12 outreach group is to introduce an academic enrichment program for promising K-12 students who are interested in studying and exploring careers in science and engineering, particularly chemical engineering. This program emphasizes the value and reward of pursuing advanced technical degrees and careers while reinforcing the skills necessary to achieve success in science and engineering at a young age.
Kindergarten through 12th Grade.
Free for K-12 students and partner organizations with AIChE.
All educational supplies and materials have been generously sponsored by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (National).
The AIChE DVS Student Outreach (K-12 ) Group put together four hands-on engineering experiments (focused mainly on chemical engineering concepts) to increase student exposure to chemical engineering.
The four experiments include:
- Carbon Captured Chalk Experiment. Goal: To teach students about carbon sequestration and double substitution reactions.
- Slime Experiment Goal: To introduce the concept of cross-linking and polymer formation.
- Homemade Ice Cream Experiment. Goal: To introduce the concept of freezing point of depression.
- Lip Gloss Experiment . Goal: To introduce how chemical engineering extends to consumer products such as lip gloss through modification of chemical properties.
How Can I Get Involved?
- Individual Volunteer: If you’re a volunteer and are looking to partner with AIChE to see how you can contribute your time as a mentor/host of these hands-on engineering activities at local schools, sign up here: goo.gl/2j91kX.
- School/Teacher: If you’re a teacher/ mentor of an afterschool program and would like to partner with AIChE DVS, please contact Ted Heron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Sponsor: If you’re a company/ organization that is interested in sponsoring supplies/funding, please contact Ted Heron at email@example.com.
- iPraxis Education Works Duckrey School – Nov 24, 2015
- iPraxis Wissahickon Elementary School Science Fair – Dec 18, 2015
- Future Cities Competition – Jan 30, 2016
- ECP Architects and Engineers Night – Wells Fargo Center – Feb 8, 2016
- ECP Engineer’s Week at North Penn High School – Feb 26, 2016
- Creation Station with SHPE – Esperanza College – Feb 27, 2016
- Science Fair at Oak Park Elementary School with Drexel and Merck – March 3, 2016
- ECP East Norriton MS Event – March 19, 2016
- ECP Philadelphia Science Festival – April 30, 2016
- ACLAMO Family Center After School – May 12, 2016