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Title: SPEGCS Education Committee


1
SPE-GCS Education Committee
  • Rey Saludares
  • August 21, 2009

2
Objective
  • Determine best use of GCS funds for recruiting,
    training, and retaining engineers for the oil and
    gas EP industry.

GCS Mission Statement
  • Supporting Programs in areas primary and
    secondary schools to encourage students to
    develop their abilities in math, science, and
    engineering
  • Supporting engineering programs at the
    university level

3
SPE-GCS Strategic Plan
  • University Programs
  • Scholarships
  • Preparation For Big Crew Change
  • K-12 Outreach

SPE-GCS Continuing Needs
  • Elementary Favorable impression/interest in
    math/science and oil/gas
  • Middle School Math get through Algebra!
  • High School Industry interest/scholarships
  • Junior/Community College Untapped talent pool?
  • University Faculty, especially young/new

4
SPE-GCS Programs Recent Activity
  • Teacher Energy Workshops
  • HCASE MMT
  • High School Recruiting Fairs
  • SPE-GCS, Auxiliary, CISH Scholarships
  • HCC Energy Institute Petro-Tech Scholarships
  • Lone Star College Petroleum Engineering Endowed
    Scholarship
  • University of Houston Endowed Professorship

5
Summer Institute Teacher Workshops
  • University of Houston Clear Lake (UHCL)
    Environmental Institute of Houston (EIH)
  • Yearly Impact per Teacher
  • Elementary 75 students
  • Junior High 75 students
  • High School 150 students
  • Two sessions
  • June 22-26 8 attendees UHCL EIH
  • July 13-17 30 attendees Cy-Fair ISD
  • SPE-GCS Commitment
  • 68,000 over two years
  • 2010-11 contingent commitment

6
Houston Consortium for the Advancement of Science
and Engineering middle school Master Math
Teachers program (HCASE MMT)
  • Mission
  • Address the growing shortage of engineers in
    Houston, by enhancing the technical and
    leadership skills of middle school Science,
    Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
    teachers 8th grade algebra
  • Influence the teachers whom influence the
    students
  • Vision
  • We see passionate, energetic students who hunger
    for more science and math education, falling in
    love with STEM subjects early enough in their
    academic careers to opt for a science or
    engineering future
  • We see a healthy and sustainable collaborative
    that equips and encourages middle school teachers
    in the Greater Houston area to enhance their
    impact on students.
  • We see a future of abundant engineering talent
    produced locally as a result of equipping middle
    school math students with dedicated and qualified
    instructors

7
HCASE Status
Note Seven teachers have completed all 6 courses
8
High School Recruiting Fairs
Xuan Vandeberg Harris
9
2009-10 Scholarship Committee
  • Deepak M. Gala Gabrielle Guerre
  • Deepak.gala_at_weatherford.com
    Gabrielle_Guerre_at_ryderscott.com
  • Scholarship Co-Chairs
  • August 21, 2009

10
Scholarship Committee
  • Whats New
  • Online application website
  • Full application can be uploaded online
  • Minor improvements in process
  • Need Volunteers
  • Application Reviewers
  • Interviewers
  • Mentors
  • Electronic Application Process
  • Need Sponsorship
  • Scholarships
  • Internships
  • Interview Location

Thanks to BHP Billiton for providing their
facilities for interview this year.
11
Historical and Forecasted Scholarship Spending
and Awards
12
HCC Energy Institute Petroleum Technology Program
  • Petroleum Technology 2-Year program est. fall 07
  • Student enrollment
  • Spring 2009 202 students
  • Fall 2009 150 students
  • Nine graduates to date (certificates and AAS
    degrees)
  • Petroleum Technology Student Association (PETSA)
  • SPE-GCS Scholarship
  • 22 students 31 scholarships - 624 avg award
  • SPE-GCS commitment
  • 40,000 over two years
  • 2010-11 contingent commitment

13
Lone Star College Endowed Petroleum Engineering
Scholarship
  • 15,000 endowment (2008) 1,000/yr
  • Pipeline for engineering transfers into 4-year PE
    program
  • Two scholarships awarded 2009 (UT TAMU)
  • Administered by Foundations, GCS criteria
  • Recipient enters GCS Scholarship program after
    one successful semester

14
University of Houston Endowed Professorship
  • UH establishment of BS in Petroleum Engineering
    (PETR) Opens Fall 2009
  • SPE-Gulf Coast Section College Endowed
    Professorship in Petroleum Engineering
  • SPE-GCS commitment
  • 250,000 over two years
  • 125,000 paid in July 2009
  • 125,000 to be paid in July 2010

15
Other Potential Initiatives
  • San Jacinto College Process Technology
  • Milby High School Petroleum Academy
  • Opened September 2008
  • Booker T Washington High School for Engineering
    Professions
  • Non-Engineering Scholarships

16
Summary
  • Funding initiatives targeting Middle School,
    Community College, and University level education
    985,000 over next two years
  • Supporting critical need of industry in finding
    the future engineers of our industry
  • Strengthening relationships between GCS,
    communities, colleges, and universities
  • Evaluating additional opportunities
  • SPE-GCS recognition could reach all-time high
    Enhanced industry image

17
HCASE Status
  • In-Kind co-funding
  • HCC West Houston Center for Science and
    Engineering
  • UH System
  • NASA-Johnson Space Center
  • Program Assessment
  • University of Houston
  • Rice EMBA
  • SPE-GCS commitment
  • Phase I - 50,720 through summer 2009
  • Phase II - 106,475 from Spring 2009 Spring
    2011
  • Shell 1st industry supporter - 150,000 in
    Phase II
  • 7 teachers completed 4 of 6 courses

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HCC Energy Institute Petroleum Technology Program
  • HCC Northeast campus
  • Petroleum Technology established Fall 07
  • 2 year field/office technician training
  • Diverse demographics
  • GCS representation on advisory board
  • Pipeline into engineering schools
  • Affordable, 1,000 per sem. T/F/B
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