The Washington State Engineering, Science and Technology FairTM

Mission Statement

1998 Fair Photo Gallery

About PSEC

Booth Order/Registration Form

Gov. Gary Locke Proclamation of National Engineers Week 2000

National Engineers Week 2000 Proclamation by Seattle Mayor Paul Schell and King County Executive Ron Sims

PSEC Members:

Everyone is invited to participate in the Washington State Engineering, Science and Technology Fair, to be held at the Crossroads Shopping Center on Feb. 17 and 18, 2001, Saturday and Sunday. Click here for the driving directions to the fair. ADMISSION IS FREE!

Please help us promote the fair by distributing the fair flyer. You can also help by posting the flyer in your local area, like schools, community center, churches, bulletin boards, etc. Click here to access our flyer.

There will be lots of exhibits at the fair: Thermophovoltaic cars from Western Washington University, Nitrogen-fueled car from UW, Computer-Aided Design demo, robots, computers, science and engineering projects from students, poster sessions, display booths of engineering societies showcasing their projects and general activites, Puget Sound area companies and their engineered products, and many other stuff. There will be a popcicle bridge-building contest on Feb. 17 at 9am. It's the best place to ask and talk to an engineer. 

The event coincides with the annual celebration of the National Engineers Week and serves to highlight the proud accomplishments of engineers in almost everything we see around us and showcases the many important achievements engineers have made in our daily lives. This event is the only one of its kind in the United States. As usual, thousands are expected to flock to the event. 

The fair is being organized by the Puget Sound Engineering Council, a nonprofit organization which consists of over 20 local chapters of engineering societies.

Some Puget Sound area companies will be at the fair to showcase their corporate programs, and other public relation and community activities. These companies will be joined by local chapters of engineering societies, also proudly promoting their respective organization's objectives, technical projects, and the general roles they play in our society.

The event is open to the general public. Engineers, K-12 grade school and college students, teachers and parents are invited to attend. There will be competitions called MathCounts and the Popcicle Bridge Building Contest, sponsored by the Washington Society of Professional Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers, respectively. Note: The MathCounts Contest will be held at the Seattle Center House. Contact Ted Wright at 425-641-0140 for the time and date of the event. The Popcicle Bridge Building Contest will be held at the Crossroads Shopping Center on Feb. 17, Saturday, starting at 10am.

Please join us as we help build a promising future in the next millennium. 

For those of you wanting to have a display booth at the fair, please contact us. The cost of each booth, measuring approximately 6' X 10', is $150 for the two-day event. The cost of two booth is $250. If you wish to be a part of the fair, you can join in by filling up a registration form. Click here to make a copy of the form. The proceeds from the event will be used to pay the company who provides the setup and installation of the booths, including the electrical contractor. To participate, contact Dan Waltz.

Please join us at the Engineers Awards Banquet at the College Club in Downtown Seattle, corner of Madison and 5th at 6pm. Contact Laura Kistler for more information at 425-234-8574.

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 40007 Bellevue, WA 98015-4007 (206) 324-4033

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