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Initiate Orientation Meeting. About TBP Introductions Meet the Officers Benefits of membership Goals of TBP Initiate requirements Upcoming events Questions. About Tau Beta Pi. Founded in 1885 at Lehigh University Second oldest honor society

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Initiate orientation meeting

Initiate Orientation Meeting

  • About TBP

  • Introductions

  • Meet the Officers

  • Benefits of membership

  • Goals of TBP

  • Initiate requirements

  • Upcoming events

  • Questions


About tau beta pi
About Tau Beta Pi

  • Founded in 1885 at Lehigh University

  • Second oldest honor society

  • The only engineering honor society to represent the entire profession of engineering

  • Chapters at 250 colleges and universities

    • Two new chapters established last week!

  • 66 Alumni Chapters

  • Initiated over 544,803 members since its establishment

  • Sac State Chapter established February 1984


About you
About You

  • YOU represent the elite students in the College of Engineering

    • Seniors – Top 20%

    • Juniors – Top 12.5%

    • Initiated 1,906 members at CAU

  • Introductions

    • Name, Major, Expected Graduation


Fall 2014 officers
Fall 2014 Officers

  • President –Rachel Alexander

  • President-Elect – David Minnick

  • Vice President – Hannah Eddington

  • Treasurer – AnoillYoukhaneh

  • Corresponding Secretary – Leticia Torres

  • Social Chair – Michael Capili

  • Philanthropy Chair – Kayla Beal


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Fall 2014 Officers

  • EJC Representative – Stephen Jones

  • Historian – Elizabeth Fritz

  • Webmaster – Rachel Alexander

  • Industry Liaison – Tai Nguyen

  • Scholarship Chair - Felipe Valdez

  • FE Coordinators:

    • Truman Lum

    • Manjot Singh


Benefits of joining
Benefits of Joining

  • Scholarships and Fellowships

    • Tau Beta Pi awarded more than $550,000 in scholarships and fellowships to 40 Fellows and 210 Scholars in 2013-14

  • Professional enhancement

    • Tau Beta Pi is highly regarded in academia and the engineering profession

    • Recognition at graduation


Benefits of ca upsilon
Benefits of CA Upsilon

  • Networking with fellow top engineering students

    • Social Events

      • EJC Turkey Bowl

      • Game Nights

      • Homecoming Tailgate

      • Ropes Challenge


Upcoming social events
Upcoming Social Events

Game Night

October 15th 7:30 pm (Right after 1st General Meeting)

Location: Union Game Room

Cost: FREE!

Homecoming Tailgate

October 18th @ 2 - 6 pm

Location: CSUS Football Stadium Parking Lot - Look For the Steel Bridge!

Cost: FREE!


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Benefits of CA Upsilon

  • Networking with fellow top engineering students

    • Philanthropy Events

      • Bent Shining

      • Community Service


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Benefits of CA Upsilon

  • Engineering Workshops

  • Opportunities for Leadership and Personal Growth

    • Officers and Collaborative Groups

      • Activities Group

      • Philanthropy Group

      • Image/Marketing Group

      • Professional Development Group

      • Scholarship Group

      • FE/EIT Review Group

    • Involvement in the Community and University

      • EIT Review, ECS Open House


Fe study sessions
FE Study Sessions

  • Start Date: October 20th, 2014

  • Free first session

  • FE exam Toolkit provided

  • Cost:

    • $10 per session

    • $125 for all ($65 savings)



Goals of ca upsilon
Goals of CA Upsilon

  • Community outreach to get more students interested in engineering

  • Help engineering students succeed in their courses and future career

  • Raise money for CAU

    • To hold more events

    • To participate in the national convention


Initiate requirements
Initiate Requirements

  • 3 General Meetings

  • 2 Social Events

  • 1 Philanthropy Events

  • Fee

  • Bent Shine

  • Initiation Luncheon


Summary
Summary

  • The Engineering Honor Society

  • “Integrity and Excellence in Engineering”

  • Benefits:

    • Scholarships & Fellowships

    • Résumé Enhancement

    • Networking & Social Events

    • Become part of a large community

  • Initiate Process:

    • 3 meetings, 2 social, 1 philanthropy, pay fee

    • Bent shine

    • Initiation Luncheon


First general meeting
First General Meeting

  • When: Wednesday, October 15, 2014

  • Where: Mendocino Hall, Room 1003

  • Time: 6:30 PM

  • Food and refreshments will be provided

  • First Social Event to follow in Union Game Room


Initiate orientation meeting