You don’t have to wait until you are in college to experience what the School of Engineering has to offer! We have a variety of programs designed just for high school students. In addition to all of the exciting programs you can also schedule your own personal visit where we will arrange for you to meet professors and students from the School of Engineering, tour a laboratory or attend a class.
Engineering Summer Camp, June 23 – 26, 2014
Learn about careers in engineering in a fun, hands-on camp offered by Widener professors. Students entering 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades may register directly. This camp is designed for both commuters and residential campers.
H.S. Teachers Workshop, 2014 Dates To Be Determined
Intro to Engineering Workshop for high school teachers, counselors and administrators. A three day hands-on event designed to expose high school teachers, etc. to the discipline of engineering.
Are you considering attending Widener, and wish to learn more about the facilities or faculty? Register for a Widener Day, so you can tour the labs and meet the professors!
The Widener Mousetrap Competition, October 23, 2013
Join hundreds of other students as they place their mousetrap-powered devices into competition.
Engineering Mini-Camp for High School Seniors, November 8, 2013
Learn about engineering careers with a fun filled day of hands-on experiences.
Engineering Mini-Camp for High School Girls, February 8, 2014
A one-day event filled with hands-on projects and lots of fun. There is also an optional parents program available, which covers the processes of engineering school admissions and financial aid.
TSA/TEAMS Competition, March 4, 2014
Widener is one of 100 sites around the country for this exam-based competition where teams of high school students compete for local and national awards.
TransferWIDENER, March 14, 2014
Are you thinking about transferring to a Widener Engineering program? TransferWIDENER can answer your questions and make your transfer simple.