Wisconsin and the nation’s schools are at the forefront of training tomorrow’s brightest engineering talent. Marquette University proudly supports the efforts of Project Lead the Way to have an impact on the development of our country’s technological future. Education of the next generation of innovators and problem solvers is emerging from this high school program. We want to carry on the next phase of the educational process - to be a part of the development of engineering professionals who will improve the quality of life for everyone. Marquette is uniquely poised to support the continuation of Project lead the Way for potential engineering students. Here’s what we offer.
Students who have successfully participated in Project Lead the Way foundation courses listed below and are admitted to Marquette College of Engineering will be awarded a $1000 scholarship in recognition of their accomplishment.
The Marquette University College of Engineering engages in a wide variety of partnerships with Project Lead the Way schools. Our goal is to support the ongoing objective of increasing the number of students who are interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers. The College of Engineering is dedicated to promoting s.t.e.m. education and to motivating and supporting the next generation of engineers. Partnerships may involve interaction with Marquette engineering faculty and students to enhance classroom activities and experiences, one-on-one mentoring, engineering site visits and college visits.
For information on partnerships, class tours, additional information please phone or email at (414) 288-6720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.