Neapolis University in Cyprus hosted the Consortium Meeting of the Erasmus + project Engine4F on May 17th and 18th. The program has partners that include Universities, Vocational Schools, the Portugal Chamber of Engineers and the Greek Company of Women Engineers, along with private companies. The program has participants from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Estonia, Greece and Cyprus and involves coordinated efforts and actions in attracting more students and especially girls to Engineering and Science careers (STEM). The program in Cyprus is applied in collaboration with the Apostle Pavlos Gymnasium, where a total of more than fifty students currently attending the third gymnasium grade, are involved in the various actions. As part of the program the students, were separated into groups of four and composed a proposal on a new and original invention they came up with, as part of a competition. The proposals will be evaluated by an external committee of civil, chemical and computer engineers and the winning team will travel free of charge to Aveiro, Portugal in May 2018 and participate in the final televised multiplier event of the program. The competition is happening simultaneously in all participating countries. Below, there is a picture of the consortium visiting the Chrysorroyiatissa Monastery in Panagia as part for the get-to-know Pafos tour, which Neapolis University in Cyprus organized. On behalf of NUP Dr Natia Anastasi and Ms Iliana Keli-Georgiou of the Department of Research are working on the implementation of the project.