Volunteer Dave Miller of Degenkolb and Teacher Daniel Pasker from NEA Community Learning Center receive their Awards from Student Impact Project Vice President Patrick Murren at the annual SEAONC meeting.
Patrick Murren and Keith Carames receive their Volunteer and Teacher of the Year Awards at the SEAONC meeting, presented by Jax Kneppers, President of EAA along with Laura Whitehurst and Will Kotterman, VP’s of the Student Impact Project.
EAA showed a video highlight of our Student Impact Program and also presented awards to Darrick Hom for his 3 years as Program Director, Taryn Williams for the William Kaplan Volunteer of the Year Award, and Gigi Torres for the Teacher of the Year Award. Big thanks to SEAONC for their continued support every year, and to all our sponsors who help make this program happen!
EAA held their second annual Awards night, hosted by the Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONC). Award recipients included:
- Linda O’Connor, Teacher of the Year Award
- Derrick Lind, William Kaplan volunteer of the year Award
- Jax Kneppers and Associates, Sponsor Appreciation Award
- Rutherford and Chekene, Sponsor Appreciation Award
- Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Sponsor Appreciation Award
- SEAONC, Sponsor Appreciation Award
- Computers & Structures, Inc., Sponsor Appreciation Award
Engineers Alliance for the Arts participated in the San Francisco Unified School District’s 2012 Young at Art festival; an 8 day celebration of student creativity in visual, literary, media and performing arts hosted by the world renowned de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park. For the past 26 years this unique San Francisco event, (formerly San Francisco Youth Arts Festival), has been a point of destination for families, teachers, artists and community members from San Francisco and beyond.