The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has compiled information on hundreds of free engineering outreach programs and placed them in a free, searchable database located on its Engineering K12 Center web site. ASEE says its outreach program database is a great resource for parents, teachers, and students to search for an outreach program that matches their needsparticularly as policy makers and educators call for more U.S. students to study engineering to keep pace with developing nations. The database provides lesson plans for teachers, information on engineering summer camps for students, and data on a wide variety of programs offered by universities, businesses, and government agencies. Users can search by outreach provider, program location, grade level, discipline, or keyword. With the addition of a new user interface, ASEE says, past users of the database now will find the collection of K-12 and pre-college engineering, math, science, and technology programs easier to use and more convenient to update. By registering with the organization, outreach program providers have access to the new user interface, allowing them to add, edit, and manage listings at any time. This feature will ensure that the most current information on engineering outreach programs is available to database searchers. Searching the database is open to everyone and does not require registration. Registration is only required to add and manage an outreach program in the database.