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ETF-Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in supporting future engineers? Currently employed in a STEM career? Looking for ways for your employees to volunteer in the classroom? Check our list of opportunities below and volunteer to foster the next generation of critical thinkers!

Garfield Middle School is currently seeking professionals in STEM fields to speak to 7th and 8th grade AVID students about education pathways career development. Time commitment would be approximately one hour on a Tuesday or Thursday.  Contact the Instructional Coach, Melanie Tapia at  for more information and scheduling.

Garfield Middle School is currently seeking mentors to provide feedback and guidance for student projects currently in the planning phase on December 5th at a Design Showcase.   Students in grades 6-8 are designing solutions for real world problems in an attempt to make an impact in society.  Time commitment would be approximately 2 hours.  Contact Holly Smith at to volunteer as a mentor.

Valley High School is currently seeking community stakeholders to judge a student  pitch competition held December 13th.  Students are creating a digital solution to solve a real world problem addressing an identified problem in education, health, or the environment.  Students will present a 90 second video and produce a two page proposal illustrating their solutions. Contact Assistant Principal Ronald Worley at for more information.

Engineering the Future is requesting volunteers for the VEX Robotics Regional Championships held on January 26th, 2019.  Volunteers will help assist teams, judge competitions, set up competition fields, etc.  Contact Steven Peralta, Director of Engineering Student Success UNM, at for details.  

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