CIE-Socal

Our Well wishes in the time of Coronavirus

We at CIE-SoCal wish everyone good health and well wishes in these difficult times. For those able to stay at home, we wish you the best and encourage you to continue caring for your communities. For those who must travel or go work, we thank you for the immense effort and burden placed on you and will endeavor to do our best to keep you as safe as possible.

Paint the Future 2020: Combating Climate Change

Paint the Future is an annual art contest for students to imagine what the future will look like. Students are asked to use what they have learned in school and their daily life about science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) and address real problems that we must solve in the future.

This year, we ask students to think about new ways that climate change will change how we live in the future. How will you handle changes in water, air quality, weather, and diseases? What can we make, or how can we live, to make these challenges of the future easier?

All children aged 5 to 11 and/or grades K-5 are invited to submit their paintings and a one-page description written in English.

Registration starts April 1

Submission ends August 31.

Dates may be subject to change depending on current or expected conditions for public safety.

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Future City Competition

Clean Water: Tap into Tomorrow

January 12 | 8:00am to 5:00pm

15800 Zeldins Way

Los Angeles, CA 90049

Future City is an award-winning, project-based learning experience for middle school students.

Students will be judged on a virtual city design, a 1,500 word essay, a scale model, and a short presentation to a panel of STEM professionals.

Future City Competition Call for Judges

Register to Judge the Future City Competition

15800 Zeldins Way

Los Angeles, CA 90049

Future City is an award-winning, project-based learning experience for middle school students.

You may register and act as a judge for assigned teams in the SoCal region. All scoring sheets will be submitted online in 3 unique stages: 12/14, 1/5, and 1/12.

Young Professionals Forum

DEC 6, 2019 | 5:00pm to 8:00pm

1100 N Grand Ave, Walnut, CA 91789

Student Life Center, Building 9C

CIE-SoCal is proud to sponsor a forum for professionals to share insights and future developments in the fields of Engineering and Science.

Register early to guarantee a spot.

CIE/USA SoCal Yearbook 2018

EVENTS

Paint the Future 2019: How to Recycle Water

Paint the Future is an annual art contest for students to imagine what the future will look like. Students are asked to use what they have learned in school and their daily life about science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) and address real problems that we must solve in the future.

This year, we ask students to think about new ways they can use to collect, clean, and re-use water. The importance and destructive power of water has become an important issue for many people in the world. New ideas are needed if we want to live comfortably in the future.

All children aged 5 to 11 and/or grades K-5 are invited to submit their paintings and a one-page description written in English.

Registration starts April 1

Registration ends August 31.

CIE-SoCal 5-STAR Challenge 2019

SEPT 7 | 9:00 to 16:00

21865 Copley Dr. | Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Students from high school to graduate school are invited to present a 15-minute presentation and Q&A session about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Registration starts March 17.

Registration ends August 15.

Contest Day is September 7, 2019.

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CIE-SoCal is a 501 C(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Asian American engineers and scientists in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in southern California communities. As a chapter of the National organization, CIE-USA, CIE-SOCAL also serve to advance our members social and economic well being in the United States and abroad.


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