The Engineering Ambassadors Network (EAN) is a professional development program that helps CSUF engineering and computer science students develop effective leadership, oral presentation, and networking skills. Our students attend a national training conference to develop communication abilities and use these skills to inspire K-12 students to explore engineering and computer science possibilities!EAN workshop

Benefits of Joining

  • $500 Scholarship upon program completion
  • Advance your communication and public presentation skills
  • Develop leadership and soft-skills for work-force preparation
  • Strengthen team building and collaboration skills
  • Develop lifelong friendships
  • Belong to a national network of EAN trained colleagues

About the Engineering Ambassadors Network

The Engineering Ambassadors Network is a national program that was initiated at Penn State University by Dr. Karen Thole, Department Head of Mechanical Engineering, and Michael Alley, Teaching Professor in the Leonhard Center. The program was launched in 2009 through the support of the National Science Foundation to help undergraduate students develop professional skills and to inspire the next generation of engineers and computer scientists. Over 30 universities in three different countries have adopted the EAN model.

The Engineering Ambassador program was launched at CSUF in 2018 by Dr. Sang June Oh, ECS Associate Dean and Mechanical Engineering professor. The program has developed into a vibrant community of highly skilled students who promote engineering and computer science to K-12 students and support a variety of campus and community events.