High school juniors and seniors are invited to learn about engineering opportunities at Manhattan on Nov. 12.
Manhattan College’s School of Engineering will host its annual Engineering Awareness Day on Monday, Nov. 12 for high school juniors and seniors with a strong interest in the engineering and science fields. The event offers prospective students the opportunity to learn more about Manhattan College’s various engineering programs and the career prospects provided by the field.
The day’s activities include visits to the various engineering labs around campus, panel discussions with students, alumni and practicing professionals, and the chance to interact with the dean and faculty members at an engineering luncheon. Manhattan College’s range of bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental and mechanical engineering will all be highlighted throughout the event.
Prospective students are encouraged to bring a parent, though it is not required. This is a very popular event, so all interested students must contact Sheila Halpin, office manager for the School of Engineering, no later than Monday, Oct. 29 to register. She may be contacted by phone at (718) 862-7281 or email at email@example.com.