TMLA’s Women in Engineering Week

 TMLA offered a 5 day intensive experience in engineering this summer July 8 – 12, 2019.  

TMLA’s WOMEN IN ENGINEERING WEEK   inspired young women to explore Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Biomedical, Electrical, Chemical, Computer, Software, and Environmental Engineering.

Dates:  July 8 -12, 2019
Time:  9am to 3pm
Location: The Mary Louis Academy
Who May Attend: Young women entering 8th  grade as of  September 2019 and TMLA Class of 2023, and Class of 2022.  Enrollment will be limited to 30 participants.
Cost: $150 per student. Please note, there will be no refunds for days missed.   Payment can be made online via credit card or a check/money order can be sent to:
The Mary Louis Academy
Attn: Women in Engineering Week
176-21 Wexford Terrace
Jamaica Estates, NY 11432
Register online for TMLA’s Women in Engineering Week 
Lunch: In order to meet all dietary needs, students are requested to bring their own lunch and snacks

Each day you will join hands-on team based fun projects and apply your creativity to solving real-life engineering challenges,  as you

  •  design a mechanical hand
  •  create a watercraft to explore buoyancy
  •  harness sustainable energy with a wind turbine
  •  explore current multiplied by voltage to give power
  • do much more

Throughout the week, you will also

  • Tour engineering labs at a local college.
  • Experience TMLA’s 3D printer at work; learn how it functions.
  • Marvel at TMLA Robotic team’s projects in TMLA Engineering lab. 

    On Friday’s End-of-Program Celebration, families and friends are invited to watch students present their design projects and what they have learned during the week.

Engineers help shape the future. 
Engineering unleashes the spirit of innovation.
Engineers constantly discover ways to improve our lives.

TMLA hopes to foster your natural curiosity and  encourage the spirit of innovation to engage with the many challenges of our time.

Rhoxanne Morris, Head Instructor,  Mechanical Engineering from San Jose University, California
Guest lecturer Kathleen Rutherford, TMLA ’79, Electrical and Biomedical Engineering