Engineering Science Corps

Support middle and high school students in their academic coursework, particularly in math and sciences, in order to prepare them for higher education degrees in STEM programs.

Provide students with opportunities to be involved in true hands-on engineering and research at UCLA.

Increase the diversity of students from underrepresented communities (female, minority, low income, and first generation going to college) to pursue and apply to STEM majors.

High School Programs

The UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering & Applied Science, Engineering Science Corps Outreach Program’s mission is to increase awareness and interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Its goals are to:

The Online Tutoring & Mentoring Program is designed to provide support and guidance to high school students in their math, science, and engineering courses as well as provide an exposure to the exciting world of engineering.

This 4 week summer day-camp exposes participants to the creative nature of engineering through project-based, hands-on activities. Campers will experience working in HSSEAS’ Creativity Center along-side UCLA engineering student mentors under the direction of UCLA faculty and program staff.

This 8-week summer program offers its high school participants research opportunities in all areas of Engineering and partner our students with a UCLA Engineering Professor and a graduate team (daily lab supervisors). Students conduct their research in UCLA Engineering Labs and Facilities.

International High School Programs



Explore Engineering at UCLA is the only international high school program that offers an opportunity to work with UCLA Engineering students, faculty, and staff in our engineering facilities and labs. This is an intensive 3-week hands on engineering summer program.

Undergraduate Programs


Henry Sameuli School of Engineering & Applied Science and the Center for Community College Partnerships (CCCP) in collaboration with local community colleges is accepting applications for our new Transfer Student Summer Research Program (TSSRP). Selected participants will have an opportunity to participate in an 8 week research internship, working with an UCLA Engineering faculty in their lab.