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MSU CSE Outreach

The Office for Women in Engineering and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Michigan State University are committed to empowering the next generation of leaders in technology through K-12 outreach.

Technology’s future begins in today’s classrooms.

In achieving its goals, the Office for Women in Engineering, Recruitment and K-12 Outreach does not unlawfully discriminate. All events and programs are open to students of all genders.


We aim to broaden participation in computer science among K-12 students in Michigan and beyond. By engaging K-12 students in face-to-face and virtual programs led by near-peer university student mentors, we aim to build excitement across the rapidly growing fields of information technology, data science and software engineering.

In particular, we aim to remove the many barriers to entry in computer science which disproportionately affect female- and LGBTQIA+-identifying, Black, Latinx, Native American and socioeconomically underprivileged individuals.


Learn more about the various outreach programs we offer.


Our outreach programs are led by undergraduate students under the supervision of faculty and staff from across the MSU College of Engineering.

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