Wednesday night, May 18, 600 Students from Jewish high schools in the Southern California area will be participating in the Annual CIJE Young Engineers Conference demonstrating innovative, working projects on at Shalhevet High School in Los Angeles, CA.
From robots to seat belt sensors, the event features projects that foster teamwork, problem solving and electronic engineering skills taught as part of the CIJE-Tech High School Engineering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) -based curriculum.
CIJE-TECH is a discovery-focused, interactive curriculum with a year each of scientific and biomedical engineering. It exposes students to a diverse range of science and technical knowledge areas while helping develop multidisciplinary and abstract thinking as well as leadership and teamwork skills. CIJE also provides teacher training, on-going teacher mentoring as well as all science laboratory equipment and materials.
Sponsor: Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education