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ASME Opening a Window to Engineering

We validated the fact students are smart enough, they’re creative enough, they’re good enough – to be part of the conversation when we’re talking about STEM and engineering.
Patti Jo Rosenthal
Manager, K-12 Programs ASME
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Taha, Ayaan, and Mahrangiz are all 8th graders at Joseph B. Cavallaro Middle School, who are also ASME INSPIRE graduates. If math is a student’s favorite subject, ASME INSPIRE extends the possibility of using different subjects combined with math. See how ASME INSPIRE, the classroom-based STEM education program for K-12 students, opens a window on the engineering profession, showing students the potential rewards of an engineering career.

Across all 50 states, ASME INSPIRE has touched over 1,300 schools, enriching the educational landscape with its engaging curriculum and dynamic approach to STEM learning. Utilizing a variety of multimedia resources such as videos, animations, and gaming scenarios, ASME INSPIRE immerses students in core STEM concepts. From cutting-edge topics like big data and 3D printing to the intricacies of web algorithms and the latest advancements in manufacturing and design, ASME INSPIRE prepares students for success in an ever-evolving world.

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