Westinghouse Savannah River Company
in partnership with the
Ruth Patrick Science Education Center

Proudly Sponsors the
2005 South Carolina Regional
Future City Competition

The mission of the National Engineers Week Future City Competition is to provide a fun and exciting educational engineering program for seventh- and eighth-grade students that combines a stimulating engineering challenge with a "hands-on" application to present their vision of a city of the future.

This will be accomplished by:

~ Fostering engineering skills, such as teamwork, communication and problem solving skills
~ Providing interaction among students, teachers, and engineer mentors
~ Informing the community about the multi-disciplines within the engineering profession
~ Inspiring students to explore futuristic concepts and careers in engineering

The National Engineers Week Future City Competition requires:
~ Problem-solving
~ Teamwork
~ Research and presentation skills
~ Practical math and science applications
~ Computer skills

The competition employs a team-based approach. All members of the team have an important role that is necessary for the completion of the project.


Competition Guidelines:
~ Limited to the first 25 registered schools
~ Teams consist of three students, a teacher and mentor

~ Up to three teams from each school may participate in the regional competition. However, only one team from each school may be in the final round at the regional competition.
~ Workshops to train teachers and mentors will be held at the Ruth Patrick Science Center in August and September

To register please visit:
Click on South Carolina Regional
(The $25 registration fee is being waived by WSRC. Click on “other” for the payment option)