Students in Andrews participate in a wide variety of service-oriented organizations and some have even been awarded for their work. Here a few of the most popular ways EHP students serve both the local and global community.
The T.E.A.M.S. Program (Short for “Tomorrow’s Engineers… creAte. iMagine. Succeed.”), sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation, is a partnership between the University of Colorado at Boulder and the Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley School Districts and the Denver School of Science and Technology to enrich the academic experience, particularly in science and math, for K-12 students. Each year students in the Engineering Honors Program travel to local elementary schools to run engineering clubs to help children become familiar with the principles of engineering. (Pictured above.)
Postgraduate Service Work
These EHP students have opted to enter into full-time service work after graduation.
|Kyla Maletsky||Eric Benzel|
|Math for America|