Engineers in Real Life: An Engineering Career Fair

Engage with local-area students to inspire future engineers and share your experiences!

Saturday, February 1, 2020

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Clear Lake High School

Clear Lake High School’s PTA is hosting “Engineers in Real Life”, an exciting, half-day career fair to give local-area students a glimpse of the cool projects engineers contribute to! This invitation is open to all engineering disciplines.

Students will learn the answers to the questions:

  • What does it mean to be an engineer?
  • What do engineers do?
  • What does it take to be an engineer?
  • What types of engineers are there?

Check out pictures from last year’s successful event here.

Community college to elementary students from public, private or home school learning environments are all welcome to this free event.

Get involved.

Let us continue to provide invaluable support to the youth and the future of STEM!

Local Pollution & Your Health Forum

Local Pollution & Your Health Forum
Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM
Place: Bay Area Community Center, 5002 East NASA Parkway
Free: No RSVP required. Public meeting.

Recent petrochemical pollution incidents caused by Hurricane Harvey, ITC/Deer Park fire and the Bayport Channel ship/barge crash spread air and water toxic emissions of dangerous benzene, xylene, butadiene, vinyl chloride and other toxic releases. Red lights are flashing for Houston residents. Add in the KMCO fire, Arkema explosion and others too numerous to list, and it’s clear that the current industrial community may be stretched too far to consistently protect residents. Worse yet, the southeast Texas petrochemical industry is in a massive new development phase fueled by Permian Basin oil and LNG, further expanding the likelihood of more dangerous incidents.

Planned speakers include:
Galveston Bay Foundation – Bob Stokes, President
Air Alliance Houston – Lucy Randall, Board Member
Sierra Club Houston – Melanie Oldham, Air Quality Chair
Environmental Defense Fund – TBD
District 129 State Representative Dennis Paul – Invited

AIAA Houston Dinner Meeting: Exploring The Solar System Through Low-Latency Telepresence (LLT) and Houston Spaceport Frontier Lecture: Expanding Space

The AIAA Houston Section will have a dinner event with Dan Adamo next Thursday, January 31, 6pm, at Anita Gale’s residence!

See the flyer (PDF) for more details.

RSVP on the event page or on Eventbrite.

If you’re in the Rice University area next Thursday, 1/31, check out the Houston Spaceport Frontier Lecture: Expanding Space

Special Collaboration Event with SWAPRA: Gene Kranz

AIAA Houston Section in collaboration with the South Western Aerospace Professional Representatives Association (SWAPRA) invites you to a luncheon with a special speaker, Mr. Gene Kranz, Former NASA Flight Director. His talk, “Failure is Not an Option” will be at Bay Oaks Country Club on January 29th, 2014 at 11:30am and will discuss the Apollo 13 crisis, the stresses and challenges, and how it was all overcome.

RSVP before Monday, January 27 to Chris Elkins at celkins@atec.com 281-276-2792 to make sure you have a seat at this special engagement. AIAA Members will also need to reserve their seat through PayPal unless also a part of SWAPRA. For those and further event details please see the event page.