American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)
BY THE American society for engineering education
- Advances in Engineering Education
- PEER Paper Repository
ASEE provides numerous resources to help people across the engineering education community. As the only engineering education society dedicated to the professional needs of engineering educators across all disciplines, ASEE connects you to a world of research and a wealth of information right at your fingertips.
BY THE California State University System
- Teaching Materials
- Peer Reviews
- Academic Discipline & Support Communities
MERLOT is another open education resource that houses curricular resources for all ages. If you are looking for instant curricular resources, MERLOT is a great start for open educational content available to teachers.
Scholarships for Engineering Students
BY THE Best colleges
- Engineering Scholarships
- College Outreach
- College ranks
The Best Colleges is a great resource for STEM scholarships and college outreach. Some scholarships are based entirely on academic merit, measuring student performance in school or on standardized tests. Other scholarships use mixed criteria, determining awards based on both academic merit and financial need. No matter the case, there is no shortage of academic scholarships available for engineering students.
Workforce Development Scholarships
BY THE Minnesota state colleges and universities
- Campuses and Programs
The Minnesota Legislature has provided funding for hundreds of $2,500 scholarships at the 30 community and technical colleges of Minnesota State in the high-demand fields of: Advanced Manufacturing, Agriculture, Health Care Services, Information Technology, Early Childhood Education, and Transportation.
BY THE Scitech internship program
- Paid Internships
- Hands-on Experiences
SciTechsperience is a free, state-funded program that connects STEM college students to a wide variety of paid internships in small to mid-sized Minnesota companies. Qualified companies receive a wage match that covers 50% of a STEM intern’s wages (up to $2,500), so they have a huge incentive to hire students registered with SciTechsperience. At least 200 spots are available in 2019-2020!