Engineering Outreach @Berkeley


We are a group of Electrical Engineering graduate and undergraduate students who are excited about the research we do and like getting kids excited about engineering and science!

Requesting a visit

If you are an educator or school administrator and would like to request a visit from our organization or have questions about what we do, please e-mail us at

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What we do

We are a student-run, volunteer organization that partners with local schools and other education organizations to bring exciting presentations, demonstrations, and activities to K-12 students. Our mission is to share exciting lessons from engineering or science related to our research that is accessible to K-12 students while also providing examples of career paths in engineering and the sciences. We work with each of our partner schools to provide lessons that fit with their lesson plans and student age group. Please see our FAQs page for more details.

Getting involved

If you are a graduate student at Berkeley, particularly in an engineering field or computer science, please e-mail us at to become involved with Engineering Outreach @Berkeley. We are always looking for new volunteers with a passion for their field who are looking to share their enthusiasm with others.

Upcoming and Recent Visits

May 12: Greenleaf Elementary, Oakland
May 10: Greenleaf Elementary, Oakland
May 5: Bridges Academy Elementary, Oakland
May 5: Greenleaf Elementary, Oakland
May 3: Stege Elementary, Richmond
Apr 27: Willard Middle, Berkeley
Apr 27: Think College Now Elementary, Oakland
Apr 25: Brookfield Village Elementary, Oakland
Apr 12: EnCompass Academy Elementary, Oakland
Apr 7: Mt. Diablo Elementary, Clayton
Mar 30: Stege Elementary, Richmond
Mar 16: Willard Middle, Berkeley
Mar 14: Lake Elementary, San Pablo
Mar 8: Howard Elementary, Oakland
Mar 3: Greenleaf Elementary, Oakland
Feb 24: Greenleaf Elementary, Oakland
Feb 22: Korematsu Discovery Academy, Oakland
Feb 16: Franklin Elementary, Oakland
Feb 11: Martin Luther King Elementary, Richmond

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