Are you a teacher or engineer looking to inspire the next generation of civil engineers? Are you a student who wants to find out why civil engineering is loads of fun?
ASCE has plenty of games, activities, homework help, career guidance, and more.
Check out each section below with information specific to ENGINEERS, TEACHERS, PARENTS, KIDS & TEENS
Be part of a network of champions engaging students in fun engineering activities and sharing insights about the career you love - civil engineering!
Get personal satisfaction as you help the profession recruit and mentor new, young talent. Whether you are an individual looking to visit a few classrooms, or an outreach leader planning activities for your Section or Branch, ASCE provides training and resources to boost your confidence as you engage students of all ages.
National Engineers Week
ASCE works with DiscoverE (formerly the National Engineers Week Foundation) to promote engineering:
ASCE has a
diverse catalog of outreach materials
available to aid every outreach opportunity. Educational booklets, brochures, and give-aways such as pencils and balloons will ensure your visit will be memorable.
Build your skills and confidence
in talking about civil engineering and guiding kids through engineering design activities. Video tutorials and webinars will help you adapt to a variety of age groups and settings.
Civil engineers are vital community members, helping people get to work, bring products to market, and deliver clean drinking water. Civil engineering activities showcase STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) thinking as students decide on the best solution to a problem such as designing a bridge.
What Do Civil Engineers Do?
" for a quick overview of civil engineering. Meets Common Core standards.
Find out why "
It's Cool to be a Civil Engineer
," complete with discussion questions and educational standards.
Conduct hands-on activities
and learn about student competitions listed by grade level.
Students in grades 3-7 will enjoy the information and activities found at
Use ASCE materials in your classroom:
Work with your local ASCE Section to start a
Civil Engineering Club
for high school students.
Participate in local, regional, and national civil engineering contests:
Civil engineering is an exciting career and makes the world a better place for everyone. Civil engineering has been named one of the Best Careers by U.S. News & World Report for several years. Jobs in the field are projected to grow by almost 20% by 2022.
Civil engineering is all around you! Civil engineers make the world a better place. Imagine building the tallest building in the world, a bridge across a raging river, or bringing clean water into an entire town.