Minority Engineering Advancement Program
MEAP is a week-long, summer, non-residential camp on the IUPUI campus. MEAP is for students who have completed 6th through 11th grade levels. The camp is designed for students that are underrepresented in engineering and technology careers.
MEAP Application Documentation
MEAP Summer Dates
MEAP Summer Eligibility and Information
MEAP Summer Application:
Counselor Recommendation for MEAP
Teacher Recommendation for MEAP
Typical Day Schedule for MEAP
MEAP provides an opportunity for students that are interested in math and science to explore educational and career paths for engineering and technology fields. Students have fun while being introduced to many university and industry areas and participating in hands-on projects and activities.
- To identify, recruit, and select minority students (grades 6-12) with demonstrated academic potential and to expose them to the fields of engineering and technology.
- To increase the students' awareness of career options available to engineers and technologists.
- To facilitate students' access to and interaction with positive role models from the fields of education and industry who will serve MEAP as workshop instructors, counselors, and mentors for students.
- To provide hands-on laboratory experiences and academic instruction similar to that of a typical first year of study in an engineering or technology curriculum.
- To demonstrate work-place environments by providing students with tours of local industries.
Minority Engineering Advancement Program Purdue School of Engineering & Technology, IUPUI 799 W Michigan Street, ET 215 Indianapolis, IN 46202-5160 Phone: 317.274.2943 Fax: 317.274.4567
E-mail: Patrick Gee