Inspiring Students for National Engineers Week

  • By Justin Felles
  • Joseph Foulk
  • Nicolas Roy
  • February 26, 2016

Southern California Edison is celebrating Engineers Week, a nationwide event Feb. 21-27 highlighting how engineers are making a difference in today’s world and the need for more people to join the profession and help change the world.

This week, a few SCE engineers met with the Charging Champions, a team of middle and high school students building a robot to compete in the FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition this spring. The kids showed off their work and got some helpful advice from seasoned professionals. In the end, both sides walked away with a little extra inspiration for the future.

We can’t wait to see how the team does in the upcoming competition, and our engineers are ready to lend a helping hand!

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