Welcome back everyone! We hope you had a fantastic summer and have an even better semester! Here are the pictures taken from the activities fair!
SHPE NJIT has created a gofundme in the efforts to send support to Ecuadorian Red Cross regarding the tragic earthquake that took place yesterday, April 17th. We need your help, to help those in need! The SHPE community as a whole is aiming to raise as much money as possible to donate. Please click on the link below and we thank you!
As you know, SHPE changes lives for those in the Hispanic community who wish to pursue careers in STEM-related fields. SHPE is always accepting donations to help enrich the education of Hispanics who wouldn’t have had these opportunities otherwise. By donating to SHPE, your contribution will be used to make sure that SHPE and its mission continues to be spread throughout the nation. Even just taking a moment to learn more about the importance of empowering Hispanics in engineering can make a difference.
In SHPE @ Clarkson, we promote community service and helping those in need as much as we can,and as much as our schedules allow us to. One of the main organizations we cooperate with is the Ugandan Water Project. What this project is about is providing safe accessible drinking water and other catalyst resources to communities in Uganda. Their goal is to help Ugandans pull themselves out of poverty in a sustainable way so they can live the lives they were created for. So far, as members of SHPE, we have held bake sales and raffle sales with the purpose of providing for this community in need. If you feel the need to do so, please click the link and donate however much you would like. Any little makes a huge difference!!
For more information please visit their facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/UgandanWaterProject
or visit their website at:http://ugandanwaterproject.com/
And remember all donates can help save a life.
Thank you for your cooperation!
The current school year is coming to an end and its time to voice your opinion… what was your favorite part of shpe this year and what would you like to see next year? fill out the form below and all opinions are valued