2014 Colorado Engineering Summit

Saturday, March 1, 2014 - 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Freedom Financial Services Expo Center
3650 N. Nevada, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

 

What is the Colorado Engineering Summit?

The Colorado Engineering Summit is an annual event!

When:

TBA, March 2015, 9am-3:30pm 

Where: 

The Freedom Financial Services Expo Center, Colorado Springs, CO

Cost:

 $5 & 5 canned goods covers your whole family!

This event benefits Care and Share of Colorado Springs!

CES gives attendees the opportunity to see what the field of engineering is really all about! our annual event allows students and parents to have conversations with real engineers to get answers you couldn't find online or in a book.

 Students and parents will also be able to connect with major universities offering top-notch engineering degree programs, and get information on how to best prepare to pursue an engineering degree.  

Many of the major engineering schools from Colorado are involved, including the Colorado School of Mines, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs,  Colorado State University-Pueblo, Pikes Peak Community College and more!

The summit includes great breakout sessions and keynote speakers to see what the trends are in topics such as emerging technologies, women in engineering, what people hiring engineers look for, etc.  If you are interested in facilitating a breakout session or being a keynote speaker, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Amanda Gentile or Nohea March

 This year CES in conjuction with our regular event, CES is including a Business Expo into our event, "Be heard and be seen" at the Colorado Engineering Summit >>Checkout out our SPONSORSHIP as well as VENDOR opportunities to participate!

High Schools and Middle Schools: Plan to bring your class

*Admission for students in groups of 20 is just $2 per student*

Invite students who are talented in the areas of math, science, technology and even art!

Show off your projects to the engineering firms, the universities, and to the Colorado community