A program that combines academic coursework, research experience, and a challenging and focused school environment, prepares students for careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Students develop unique skills within this program that enable them to succeed in technology rich workplaces.
Opportunities exist for students to gain practical work experience while enrolled in this program through a paid internship during their senior year of high school.
Students will complete college engineering courses for free while in high school. These courses prepare students to gain proficiency in order to test-out of additional college courses. This can assist students in reducing the cost of college.
Students also have the opportunity to earn a $3,000 scholarship to attend Sinclair following high school.
The Stebbins Engineering program has multiple business and industry partnerships. These partnerships give students the opportunity to earn industry credentials while enrolled within the program.
Paid internships are made available to students during their senior year to prepare them for a strong pathway into the engineering industry.
Teamwork & collaboration