The National Society of Black Engineers’ Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK) is coming to 12 cities in the USA this year. All of the free day programs will take place in June, July, and August at 14 locations in 12 cities.

“We are very proud of the positive impact that NSBE has made on thousands of African-American and other youth through SEEK over the past nine years,” said NSBE National Chair Neville Green. “SEEK helps young people envision the limitless possibilities of an exciting, fulfilling career in engineering, and it moves NSBE closer to our goal of graduating 10,000 black engineers annually, with bachelor’s degrees, by 2025.”

NSBE Summer Engineering Experience for Kids

The NSBE SEEK program will be held on the following dates and locations for 2016:

Current Cities                                    Start Date                   End Date

Atlanta, Ga.                                         June 13                       July 1

Birmingham, Ala.                                June 6                         June 24

Chicago, Ill.                                         July 18                        August 5

Denver, Colo. (Site 1)                         July 18                        August 5

Denver, Colo. (Site 2)                         June 20                       July 8

Detroit, Mich.                                      July 25                        August 12

Houston, Texas                                   June 13                       July 1

Jackson, Miss.                                    June 6                         June 24

Lancaster, Texas                                June 13                       July 29

Los Angeles, Calif.                              July 11                        July 29

New Orleans, La.                                June 6                         June 24

Philadelphia, Pa.                                 July 25                        August 12

Washington, D.C.                                July 18                        August 5

For more information, please contact the National Society of Black Engineers.

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