Engineering Education Service Center
1411 Old Hardman Btms Rd.
Clarkesville, GA 30523
The Engineering Education Service Center (EESC) is an engineering education company that specializes in providing products for K-12 schools to teach and share the fun of engineering. From curriculum to books, DVDs, kits, apps and other motivational products, we aim to make engineering understandable and accessible to everyone.
The mission of the Engineering Education Service Center is to provide, or help you provide, information resources to promote, guide, and stimulate interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) with a particular emphasis on "E"ngineering. We seek to diversify the types of engineers by exposing large numbers of students to the capacity they will have to benefit society.
The EESC has many years experience writing books, manuals, and curriculum to support programs that encourage, motivate and inspire our youth to consider careers in engineering. The EESC can help you meet or exceed your goals, add value to your events or programs, and increase the sustainability of your program.
We strive for the best customer service. We take pride in getting all orders out or responding to inquiries within 24 hrs of our receipt.
Meet our Chief Creative Problem Solver
Carolyn Helm (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an engineering evangelist. She worked for the Southern Regional Education Board for the past 18 years. During this time she helped to develop and grow the Project Lead The Way pre-engineering curriculum from 23 schools to thousands of middle and high schools across the country. Her most current focus was assisting career and technical teachers and administrators to develop and sustain problem-based instruction and institute research-based best practices in CTE schools.
She has presented and conducted workshops at numerous national and state conferences including:
- High Schools That Work
- National Association of State Career and Technical Directors
- National Association of School Superintendents
Early in her career Carolyn designed facilities, curriculum models, and operational plans for both high school and middle school Model Engineering Academies. In fact, her granddaughter attended one of the middle school academies and decided to become an engineer! Carolyn’s variety of professional experiences such as electrical estimating and manufacturing engineering, along with her graduate degree in Educational Leadership as well as her innate love of “making things work” have made her uniquely qualified to take the helm at the Engineering Education Service Center.