University Volunteers: LearnTwice™
Our program brings Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education to life for students in grades PreK-12 with hands-on activities.
Receive support with classroom instruction
Access real-world applications that help augment the AWIM curriculum
Enrich learning through industry perspectives
Experienced professionals in the mobility industry who help support teachers in the classroom by providing real-world perspectives that open the door to potential STEM majors and career paths.
An Industry volunteer is anyone with a passion for supporting students and building connections in their local community. Employees can get started as a solo volunteer or recruit a team of colleagues. A variety of engagement options—both in-person and virtual—and flexible time commitments make it possible for any professional to help bring STEM to life for young learners.
To encourage volunteer engagement in the classroom, SAE offers educators a chance to save on AWIM curriculum and material kits with a 25% Volunteer Discount. To learn more email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any high school or college student with a passion for working with others in their community is invited to volunteer with younger learners participating in AWIM. There are a variety of engagement options to choose from, so every student volunteer can find an impactful way to give back in the classroom. Students have the opportunity to connect with younger learners to share STEM concepts and ideas, igniting that same spark they have in themselves.
SAE International’s LearnTwice™ program provides university students with a unique opportunity to volunteer with young learners participating in A World In Motion® (AWIM). Volunteers receive resources and training to support AWIM in a local classroom. Through near-peer mentoring, university teams earn a stipend to use toward SAE competition expenses. LearnTwice is open to all active teams participating in any of SAE International's University Programs.
Going back to teach "A World In Motion" to kids in fifth grade just reminded me of what I was when I was in fifth grade and how inspired I was and seeing the look on their face when they saw their car roll across the ground for the first time, it was just an instant reminder of why I'm doing what I'm doing.
Vehicle Integration Engineer, Ford Motor Company
Former AWIM student, CDS Team Captain, and Learn Twice participant