Case School of Engineering is part of a broad community of engineers, researchers, students, explorers, thinkers and makers across Northeast Ohio and around the world.
A Makerspace Open to All: Sears think[box]
Case Western Reserve University’s 50,000-square-foot innovation and entrepreneurship center is open to everyone—community members, faculty, staff and students—at no charge. Use this amazing resource to join the growing maker movement and bring your ideas to life. Step into think[box] now or explore pop-up classes to introduce you to the resources available.
In collaboration with the Leonard Gelfand STEM Center, the Case School of Engineering hosts and participates in a variety of STEM education and outreach activities for area school-age children. Explore our PreK-12 offerings.
Envoys Program for High School Students
Since 2006, the Envoys Program at the Case School of Engineering has been training and mentoring high school students from Cleveland and East Cleveland public schools in STEM fields. Over the course of three years in the program, students receive 1,400 hours of individualized instruction, and their participation offers a pathway to enrollment at Case Western Reserve for college. Learn more about the Envoys Program.
A Global Community
Case School of Engineering engages our neighbors not just in Northeast Ohio, but around the world. Explore our global opportunities now.
The Case Western Reserve Community
The Case School of Engineering is part of the larger Case Western Reserve University community, which hosts a variety of community programs, from symposiums to volunteer days to cultural celebrations. Explore the university’s signature community programs.
Our offerings for PreK-12 students include summer camps, deep dives into engineering and fun activities in STEM.