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Future City Philadelphia Engineering Fair

The Future City Philadelphia Engineering Fair is an opportunity for middle school educators, parents, and students to find out more about the Future City program and find information to help teams develop their city.

The fair will be October 13, 2018 at SAP America, 3999 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA 19073

The deadline to register has been extended for both educators and exhibitors.

8:00-8:30 Exhibitor Check-In
8:30-9:00 Educator Check-In
9:00-9:45 Speaker - Resiliency in Smart Grids
9:00-9:45 Moving parts workshop
10:00-10:45 Speaker - Project Management for Future City Competition
11:00-11:45 Speaker - Resiliency in Smart Grids
11:00-11:45 Moving parts workshop
8:45-12:00 Talk to the Engineers / Exhibitors

Educators and Parents

Event registration has been extended.
Educators, Mentors or Parents contact Mary Moyer darevmoyer@verizon.net to register or provide names of the students who will be attending and which specific activities they will be attending.

We encourage you to sign up different students for each of these sessions so that all students have an opportunity to meet with the engineers and exhibitors who will be available all morning to talk to the students.
Questions or additional information required?
Educators, Mentors or Parents contact Mary Moyer darevmoyer@verizon.net

Registration for Exhibitors including Companies, Societies, Universities and Colleges

Come join us to provide a fun filled morning of hands-on activities, games, and demonstrations that will inform and inspire students about engineering!

Exhibitor registration has been extended

To register or provide the names of those who will be attending:
Companies and technical societies contact Susan Best susanbest54@gmail.com
Universities and Colleges contact Ken Golkin: kgolkin@futurecityphilly.org There is no charge to be an exhibitor. A table will be provided for each exhibitor.

We ask you to provide a few engineers to provide hands-on activities, games, demonstrations, etc. for middle-school (grades 6,7 and 8) students that helps to explain an engineering principle, provides information about your discipline of engineering or what your organization does, or in some other way promotes engineering, at an age-appropriate level. We do want the students to have plenty of time to visit the other exhibitors and also sign up for the moving parts workshop or one of the speakers, so please keep your activity or demonstration brief.

Please bring a generous supply of bling to hand out as we expect about 300 students to attend.

Sponsors for January 2019 Future City Competition

If you want to submit your sponsorship for our January Future City Competition now, you can.
Click HERE for more information and to sign up as a sponsor.