|Corbin Black||2015||Computer Science|
|Dalton Dewinne||2015||Mechanical Engineering|
|Kelsey Eubanks||2014||Industrial Engineering|
|Christopher Lehmann||2007||Chemical Engineering|
|Ross Nieman||2006/2010||Engineering Technology/Civil Engineering|
|Leo Pileggi||2013||Petroleum Engineering|
|Miller Adair||2005||Electrical Engineering|
|Nikki Conley||2007||Civil Engineering|
|Scott Cunningham||2012||Civil Engineering|
|Andrew Dorow||2009||Petroleum Engineering|
|Simeon Eburi||2006/2007||Petroleum Engineering|
|Daryl Ellis||2006||Computer Engineering|
|Amy Fleischmann||2009||Electrical Engineering|
|Amber Helm||2014||Chemical Engineering|
|Elissa Johnson||2005||Industrial Engineering|
|Christopher Mullins||2011||Petroleum Engineering|
|Steve Myles||2002||Industrial Engineering|
|Mark Olsen||2009||Mechanical Engineering|
|Rick Petersen||2012||Petroleum Engineering|
|Justin Swaim||2005||Engineering Technology|
|Ravi Tekchandani||2011/2013||Computer/Electrical Engineering|
|Brock Tittle||2015||Mechanical Engineering|
|Shelby Williams||2015||Mechanical Engineering|
Responsible for providing feedback to Dean Sacco and the Whitacre College of Engineering regarding alumni experiences and suggestions related to their education background at Texas Tech through means such as surveys and focus groups.
Organizes professional events that are focused on providing career development guidance and advice from experienced Texas Tech engineering alumni to help Young Guns members develop professionally and learn from industry experts on a variety of technical and soft skills topics (e.g. panel sessions, professional luncheons and mentoring).
Coordinates communication with Young Guns membership through email, social media and newsletter to make the membership aware of past and upcoming Young Guns events and activities.
Coordinates the overall Young Guns events calendar and supports other committees with event logistics and planning. The committee is comprised of five subcommittees for each city there are events (Houston, Dallas, Midland, Austin and Lubbock). Committee members can participate by volunteering at events (e.g. welcoming attendees, distributing surveys/events material) and / or planning events (e.g. brainstorming event ideas, coordinating speakers / venues).
The Fundraising Committee helps to coordinate fundraising events that support the Whitacre College of Engineering and Young Guns activities. Committee members participate in the brainstorming, planning, and implementation of these efforts such as helping with silent and live auction items, event sponsorships, and event marketing. In the past this committee has helped with the Engineering Alumni Homecoming event. (Although Young Guns are encouraged to be involved in philanthropy, your participation on this committee does not require your personal financial commitment.)
Manages the existing membership base and generates ideas on how to increase and maintain our membership. Some of the activities involved may include tracking membership numbers and event attendance to monitor growth and participation, work with Networking Chair to encourage event participation, plan and coordinate membership and recruiting activities, explain membership benefits to members and potential members, and welcome new members to the organization.
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