Future Engineers

Future Engineers

as part of Research Fellows Project of Alyssa and Kennedy

Thursdays afterschool
Open to 3rd-6th grade
Begins September 28

Learn about 3-D Design, manufacturing and space! Future Engineers is a design challenge for young innovators.  We will be taking part in the 3D Printing in Space Challenges powered by the ASME Foundation.  NASA launched the first-ever Zero-G 3D Printer (built by Made In Space) to the International Space Station aboard SpaceX-4. To celebrate the launch of this ‘In Space Manufacturing’ revolution, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Foundation and NASA partnered together to develop a series of 3D Space Challenges focused on solving real-world space exploration problems. Students can submit 3D models directly to the site for a chance to win out-of-this-world prizes!

Register Online at

At home  
Visit www.futureengineers.org for tutorial videos on the challenge
Visit tinkercad.com and sign in with username and pw (email if your child doesn’t remember) to work on their design at home!

Thursdays until 4:00
Open to 3rd-6th grade

Meeting Dates/Times

Thursday, September 28
Thursday, October 12
Thursday, October 26
Thursday, November 16
Thursday, December 7
Thursday, January 4
Thursday, January 18
Thursday, February 1
Thursday, February 15
Thursday, March 15
Thursday, April 5
Thursday, April 19
Thursday, May 3
Thursday, May 17
Thursday, May 31

Contact Information:

Dr. Ellen Cavanaugh 724-561-6461  medialab@badenacademy.org

text @futeng to the number 81010 for text reminders

Go to remind.com/join/futeng to sign up for email reminders