American Society of Civil Engineers
The American Society of Engineers Student Chapter at UCLA (ASCE at UCLA) is a student run organization primarily interested in developing the young engineer with an emphasis in civil engineering. The organization competes in ten major design projects and two community service based project, and programs a wide variety of events including career fairs, professional development workshops, speakers, mentorship opportunities, field trips, intramural sports, and social functions. ASCE at UCLA consists of student members with a wide variety of backgrounds and academic levels, and often students from outside the major even join the group to take advantage of the many opportunities that ASCE membership can provide. The underlying goal of the student chapter's leadership team is to foster an environment that not only promotes engineering skills and professional development, but also helps to build the foundation for strong and enduring friendships for years to come. Since being chartered in 1959, UCLA's ASCE Student Chapter has grown into an active student-run organization that strives to promote the professional development of civil engineering students through curriculum-enriching activities.
Signatories: Jackie Lim, Luke Barrella, and Kaela Birozy
Advisor: Orlando Luna
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