The University of Utah’s Department of Biomedical Engineering held the first annual Rehabilitation Engineering Youth Education Day on June 22, 2019. This half-day STEM outreach event was centered around teaching children with limb differences or other physical challenges and their families, about the current and future engineering resources available to them. Families from the Salt Lake area toured the Center for Neural Interfaces and Center for Medical Innovation in the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at the University of Utah to get hands-on experience with prosthetics, 3D-printing, anatomy, virtual reality, coding, and circuits. Families also had an interactive lunch with relevant companies (Hanger, Blackrock Microsystems, Ohio Willowwood, and Handspring). This event was organized by Nick Witham, a current graduate student, with faculty oversight from Dr. Tamara Bidone, a faculty member in the Scientific Computing & Imaging (SCI) Institute and BME, and support via the Graduate Student Advisory Committee. Funding and additional support was provided by Dr. Florian Solzbacher, the Center for Neural Interfaces (Jacob George, Dr. Gregory Clark), and the Center for Medical Innovation, as well as, Dr. Chris Butson, a another faculty member in the SCI Institute and BME.