The Outreach Committee's Assessment Workgroup analyses and reports on SWE's outreach efforts.
The Outreach Metric Tool (OMT) is a survey that reports STEM outreach events for K-12
students, or their adult advocates (parents/educators/scout leaders/etc.). The STEM events that should be logged in this report directly impact K-12 students, parents and educators to help them explore and understand engineering disciplines and careers.
K-12 outreach events to be entered into the OMT include:
- Special engineering events planned, executed, and led by SWE member organizations OR led by a partner organization, such as an engineering society or industrial firm, where, for example, a SWE collegiate, professional, or MAL section, formally participated
- Individual K-12 outreach efforts of SWE members
Examples of events to enter into the OMT include:
- One- and half-day workshops
- Weekend engineering expos
- Mentoring K-12 students
- Weeklong engineering summer camps
- Individual meetings or formal talks given to K-12 students, parents, and/or educators by SWE members.
Examples of events to avoid entering into the OMT include:
- Preparatory activities leading up to an
event, such as individual mentoring or planning meetings
- Smaller events occurring in a larger
- Grant writing to fund special engineering events or outreach.
The data you enter will be used internally by the Outreach Committee to set goals and make strategic decisions based on what is happening in the SWE Outreach Community. The data will also be used externally with sponsors to show the impact of the outreach that SWE members do. Many grants require the information we are collecting, and we need accurate information to share with them. For any questions on how to log your event into the OMT, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view a PDF version of the Outreach Metric Tool (OMT) to see what information you will need to have before using this tool or if you are ready to log your event in the OMT, click below:
Congrats to our top-performing SWE Sections, thanks for your hard work inspiring the next generation of engineers!
|MOST CURRENT SWENexters|
|Members at Large||256|
|MOST SWENext Clubs|
|Members at Large||12|
|Santa Clara Valley||7|
|MOST OUTREACH EVENTS W/ A
PARENT & EDUCATOR PROGRAM REPORTED IN FY19
|Section||Events Reported With Parent, Educator, or Joint Parent-Educator Program|
|California Polytechnic State, San Luis Obispo||9|
|Pittsburgh, University of||4|
|East Central Iowa||2|
|North Dakota University||2|
|University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign||2|
|Texas A&M University||2|
|MOST SWE MEMBER VOLUNTEER OCCASIONS
REPORTED IN FY19
|Section||Total SWE Member Volunteers|
|California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo||130|
|Colorado State University||52|
|Pittsburg, University of||50|
|Michigan, University of||45|
|Washington State University||40|
|MOST GIRLS IMPACTED BY SWE MEMBERS AT EVENTS REPORTED IN FY19|
|Section||Total Girl Attendees|
|California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo||525|
|California Riverside, University of||492|
|Nigeria: Lagos State||350|
|Member at Large||350|
Assessment Made Easy ToolKit-Step-by-Step Survey Creation: Programs you run have a lasting impact on students. Our "Assessment Made Easy ToolKit" is a step-by-step approach to creating a post-event survey that you can give your participants (students, parents/educators, and volunteers).
FY15 – FY17 Outreach Infographic: Thank you for the outreach work you do! See how much impact SWE members have in our Outreach by the Numbers Infographic