Engineering students,

Are you looking for active engineering experience, an opportunity to get into the fields of Geothermal Engineering, or just something to do this Saturday before the UNLV Game? We’ve got something fun for you!

Nevada STEMducation, a STEM outreach club has space open this Saturday 10/3/15 from 8AM to Noon for all students on campus to participate in “Engineering Challenges” where students will design and build a car that runs off steam with Geothermal Engineering & Associates. We will provide the steam elements and students just need up to 10 friends, $10.00 to cover costs, and materials of all kinds from home that will help them build their small vehicle. The vehicles must run off steam and no other potential energy to gather points. The winner will receive a prize that is being decided but well worth your while (valued at $50-$100).

Also, if you are interested in an internship with Geothermal Engineering & Associates, they are looking to fill a position next fall and are taking resumes this Saturday from participants in the competition only. We are working to get interested students opportunity for a 1-on-1 informal meeting.

This is an amazing opportunity for students!

Signup at[] – Payment will be taken this Saturday via cash.

Rules can be viewed at:[]

Email below with any questions.


Justin Major

University of Nevada, Reno

C: 702-445-9424

Undergraduate Research Assistant- Engineering Education

University of Nevada STEM Club President

American Society of Engineering Education – Student Division Co-Program Chair