Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) will once again co-host the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math in Public Utilities Learning Lab (STEM PULL) for local high school students. The weeklong event is a collaboration between Riverside Public Utilities, EVMWD, and the Science & Technology Education Partnership.
Through the STEM PULL program, students have the unique opportunity to meet industry experts, participate in hands-on projects, and explore future career paths in the utility industry.
Students will participate in live presentations, facility tours, hands-on activities, and a final design challenge where groups compete for up to $1,000 in prizes. Sessions will cover numerous subjects in the water, wastewater, and energy fields for a comprehensive look at how STEM concepts are applied in everyday settings.
“We are excited to once again offer this program to local high school students,” said Kaitlyn Wu, who oversees EVMWD’s education programs. “Through STEM PULL, students gain real-world skills and engage with industry professionals. We hope this will open their eyes to the many careers that exist within the public utilities field.”
The program is open to all high school students in EVMWD’s service area at no cost. To register, visit www.evmwd.com/STEMPULL. For additional information, contact Kaitlyn Wu at [email protected]
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