On Wednesday, June 29, 2016, Black and Veatch in Overland Park, Kansas held an engineering workshop for high school students. Students could learn about different engineering careers and also learn what they need to do in high school to better prepare themselves for college and career. Seven engineering colleges were at the workshops and students were able to meet with recruiters. Daniel Ripley and Zachary Clauson, two ACME Robotics members, attended the workshop and had the opportunity to sit in on some of the panels. Getting information on different engineering careers helps to focus your education choices. Members also sat in on a class where they learned about the STEM programs in the metro schools. The KC STEM Alliance is gearing up to put a program in schools called Project Lead The Way. This program involves students doing STEM related activities to bring out creativity when problem solving. To learn more about Project Lead The Way visit their website at www.pltw.org