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Minnesota State Engineering Center of Excellence

The Minnesota State Engineering Center of Excellence facilitates relationships by engaging academic institutions with industry and provides educational outreach by inspiring interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). These efforts shape the next generation of engineers who will solve real-world problems. The Engineering Center of Excellence fosters accessibility to the latest technologies, workforce programs, and post-secondary education. Collectively, advancing Minnesota’s engineering innovation and competitiveness by enhancing education, engaging industry and inspiring students.

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Outreach

Engineering & STEM Outreach

To holistically work towards our mission and enhance engineering education, programs, and workforce we focus our efforts across three general target audiences: secondary level, post-secondary level, and industry.

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Secondary | Post-Secondary | Industry

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Careers

Engineering Careers

Engineering is an exciting and rewarding career pathway. There are endless areas of focus including aerospace, agricultural, biomedical, environmental, and much more.

DID YOU KNOW?

The median annual salary for an engineer is over $80,000! Most engineering jobs require a Bachelor’s degree (approx. 75% of jobs), while some require an Associate’s degree (approx. 15% of job) or a High School Diploma (approx. 6% of jobs).

What are you waiting for?

| Engineering Career Videos |

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About

Vision

Advancing Minnesota’s engineering innovation and competitiveness by enhancing education, engaging industry and inspiring students.

Mission

The Minnesota State Engineering Center of Excellence facilitates relationships by engaging academic institutions with industry and provides educational outreach by inspiring interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). These efforts shape the next generation of engineers who will solve real-world problems.

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