This program is for students who are completing their Junior year and will be Seniors in the Fall of 2018.
Applications are closed for 2018
Students selected to attend may click the link below to ensure registration forms have been received: CEINFO2018
2018 Consider Engineering Weeks
Week 1: July 8-11, 2018
Week 2: July 15-18, 2018
Week 3: July 22-25, 2018
Please click the link below to begin the application process to be considered for the UMaine Pulp & Paper Foundation Consider Engineering Program for High School Juniors. This program is for students who have completed their Junior year and will be Seniors in the Fall of 2018. The Application deadline is May 1, 2018.
After registering on Eventbrite you will be asked to submit:
1. A letter to the UMaine Pulp & Paper Foundation Educational Relations Committee indicating what benefits you intend to achieve through participation in the program.
2. Your full high school transcript from your freshman year through the first half of your junior year (grade 11).
3. A one page list of Extra-Curricular Activities (i.e. sports, work, community/volunteer, leadership positions, church and/or scouting activities).
4. A letter of recommendation in support of your application by a teacher or counselor at your school.
Once completing the required registration information on Eventbrite please send a separate email to [email protected] with the required documents attached in PDF or MS Word form.
Please call Jen at 207-581-2297 with any questions about the application process.
“Scientist discover the world that exists; engineers create the world that never was.”
Theodore Von Karmam, aerospace engineer
The UMaine Pulp & Paper Foundation’s “Consider Engineering” program is offered three times in July to groups of 34 high school students who have completed their junior year of study and who are well-suited to becoming engineers. The four-day, free of charge, on-campus “camp” gives students opportunities to experience the rewards and challenges of both college life and technical careers. Students participate in about 20 activities and are introduced to nearly two dozen UMaine faculty, engineers and engineering students. Admission to the program is competitive with about 1/2 of the applicants being selected to participate.
Program applications are due before May 1st each year. Please see brochure for more information. Brochures are sent to Maine high school guidance offices and are also available by calling the Pulp & Paper Foundation office at (207) 581-2297.
APPLICATION DEADLINE – May 1st