Find Your Passion
Find Your Passion
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PostedTuesday, February 25, 2020 at 2:12 AM

Updated02/24/2020

Students discover different types of engineering careers and engineering projects that excite them. Students research their chosen major using RePicture.com and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website. Using RePicture they find an engineer and/or engineering project that resonates with them. RePicture.com provides: • Profiles of engineers that match the demographics (e.g., gender, race) of the U.S. students, so students can find an engineer that “looks” like them. • Ability to search for engineers and projects based on key words, such as “energy” for students interested in clean energy. • Chance for student to learn about the type of engineer or scientist that works on different types of projects and how these projects benefit society and/or the environment.

Students discover different types of engineering careers and engineering projects that excite them. Students research their chosen major using RePicture.com and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website. Using RePicture they find an engineer and/or engineering project that resonates with them. RePicture.com provides: • Profiles of engineers that match the demographics (e.g., gender, race) of the U.S. students, so students can find an engineer that “looks” like them. • Ability to search for engineers and projects based on key words, such as “energy” for students interested in clean energy. • Chance for student to learn about the type of engineer or scientist that works on different types of projects and how these projects benefit society and/or the environment.

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