The Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) program hosted the program’s first ever Networking Reception on September 23, 2013.  The event promoted industry and community partners to connect with EPICS high school and college students.  Dr. Scott Shrake, EPICS director, welcomed industry and community partners from Intel, Honeywell, City of Tempe Vice Mayor  – Onnie Shekerjian, members of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation department, Changemaker Central @ ASU, Scottsdale Training and Rehabilitation Services (STARS) and many more were enthused to interact and help EPICS students build their networks and perfect their professional skills.  EPICS High teachers and students from Cesar Chavez High School and ASU Preparatory Academy -Polytechnic were also in attendance as some of EPICS new high schools partners!

Interested in EPICS?  Visit epics.engineering.asu.edu to learn more or enroll in FSE 194: EPICS Gold I for spring 2014!

Questions regarding EPICS, contact Jade Silva, coordinator-undergraduate student engagement at jade.silva@asu.edu.