Michigan Tech students will engage in a service learning project by knitting for the homeless in Technical Communication classes. Apart from creating handmade projects for people who currently do not have a home, students will also create documents and thus raise social awareness and help the StreetKnits community grow. In 2014, StreetKnits donated 57 projects. In 2015, 185 projects were donated.
Scholarships provide opportunities for high-achieving young women in grades 6-11 to experience different areas of STEM at Michigan Tech's Summer Youth Programs.
Help tomorrow's engineers design cutting-edge snowmobile technology today. The Clean Snowmobile Challenge pits teams of students from different schools against one another to design the best environmentally friendly snowmobile—presenting concepts for quieter, cleaner, and more-efficient vehicles to industry.
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