A few snapshots from this year’s activities fair! We hope to see everyone at our frist general body meeting this Tuesday!
The following picture is of this semester’s Exective Board! We have the following positions currently open:
|Director of membership development
We’d love to have you on our team, please contact Summer or Cameron for more details!
We had a blast at our most recent fundrasier! We hosted a quesadilla sale raising money for a local child, Jacob, whom has muscular dystrophy with a combined hope from the diversity office here at Clarkson to raise enough money to purchase a new handicap accessable vehicle.
We traveled all the way across the United States to attend this year’s National Conference in Seattle, Washington! As we did not take many photos due to the fact that we were all so involved in attending workshop and making connects that will last a life time however, we did take a few (we also had some time to walk around downtown Seattle!)
We had an awesome time at our first annual soccer tournament as a fundraiser to send four of our members to Seattle, Washington for National Conference! We can’t wait to host another tournament in the Spring!
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.