General Engineering Organization Information
CURRENT COVID POLICIES
Dean Sacco has put in college specific policies to ensure the safety of students, faculty, and students. Until further notice, no in-person meetings should exceed 10 individuals total. Any organization considering an in person event larger than 10 people, please contact the Engineering Opportunities Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or (806) 742-3451.
What Organizations Do
- Connect and build relationships with industry representatives through student organization meetings.
- Host technical talks on the latest industry research and techniques.
- Coordinate engineering company recruiting information sessions for full-time jobs, internships and co-ops.
- Introduce basic engineering concepts through hands-on activities to K-12 students.
- Serve the community by volunteering for local projects.
- Compete in engineering projects related to the organization's focus.
- Provide tutoring and mentoring opportunities.
- Network, network, network.
Benefits of Joining
- Build leadership, communication skills, self-confidence, and teamwork skills.
- Gain community service and outreach experience.
- Connect academic and practical experience through local, regional, national and international competitions.
- Meet industry recruiters and engineering professionals.
- Participate in field trips and hands-on experiences.
- Be a part of a community with similar interests and goals.
How Organizations Operate
Each organization determines its own mission and goals under the guidance of a faculty or staff member. Most organizations use a point system to gauge involvement. Organizations are what you make them. The more you put in the more you will get out of your experience.
How to Join
- Fall Engineering Kick-Off Event – This event is usually held the 1st or 2nd Friday of each Fall semester. Engineering
student organizations are an important part of this event and are ready to talk to
you about their organization and sign you up on the spot!
- Typically this event takes place the second Friday of the fall semester; however, due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, it will be determined at a later date. The EOC will continue to monitor and follow CDC and TTU policies and recommendations.
- Student Organization Meetings – Attend a student organization meeting of your choice and talk to the officers to join while you are there.
- Contact the EOC – Contact the EOC at email@example.com and we will connect you with the representative(s) of the organization(s) you are interested in joining.