This is an ACTIVE club for 2023-2024.

What is this club about?

With the increasing demand for engineers in many different industries, this club serves as a catalyst for students to gain practical skills and knowledge in engineering. Our club offers two branches, the aerospace and mechanical engineering branches. In each of these branches, students will have hands-on experiences to develop their skills, confidence, and knowledge in engineering. This club’s existence is crucial as it offers several benefits to students interested in engineering. To start, it would create an interactive environment where students can share their experiences and ideas, learn from one another, and collaborate on projects. Moreover, the club will improve students’ academic experiences by providing an experimental aspect of learning, where they are introduced to interactive and practical approaches to learning engineering concepts. Being exposed to different approaches and ideas will challenge them to think outside the box and come up with new creative solutions to complex problems. This not only enhances their skills, but can prepare them to become future innovators in engineering. Ultimately, the engineering club will provide an opportunity for students to gain experience, develop their skills, and experience personal growth. This club will be a vital resource for students interested in engineering, and will undoubtedly be a valuable experience for any student seeking to excel in engineering.

Who do I reach out to?

Membership Officer
👤 Vin Shin
👤 Club Officers
Teacher Advisor
👤 Gary Johnson
Assigned Councilmember
👤 Tanvi Chaudhury
How do I join this club?
Thank you for your interest in joining! You can join the club by sending the membership officer an email to the address located under their name. If they are unresponsive, the assigned Club Councilmember can step in and connect you to the club officers, so email them.
How do I contact the club officers?
We'd love to connect you with the club officers. Each club has set up a shared email inbox that all officers have access to. This is the best way to contact them. Send an email to the club's inbox. If they are unresponsive, the assigned Club Councilmember can step in and connect you to the club officers, so email them.
How do I contact the teacher advisor (the adult in charge)?
While most questions pertaining to club meetings and mission are best referred to the student officers, an adult contact may be preferable in some cases. Send an email to the teacher advisor. Their email address is below their name.
I want to escalate something. How do I contact the Club Council?
The Club Council is a central body governing the operations of all clubs on campus. They are not involved with the specifics of the club, as that responsibility is shared by the club officers. The Club Council assigns a Councilmember to oversee each club. You can contact the assigned Councilmember at [email protected].

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