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Community Outreach: Project Initiatives
The outreach division of the CEEO was established in 2001, with the founding of the Student Teacher Outreach Mentorship Program (STOMP), which has grown from 5 undergraduate engineering students mentoring in 2 schools in 2001 to 40 students mentoring in nearly 20 schools in 2009. As the Tufts program grew, other universities and industries adopted the STOMP model, establishing a STOMP Network, which is centralized online. To learn more, visit the STOMP Network.
STOMP (Student Teacher Outreach Mentorship Program) is an
opportunity for undergraduate, graduate, high school, and industry
employees to promote engineering education in K-12 settings. STOMP
fellows provide expert engineering knowledge to K-12 classrooms to
assist/mentor K-12 teachers and students. Simultaneously, STOMP
fellows learn about K-12 learning from the teachers and students.
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