Weekly Update 10/8

Hola SHPEitos,
I Hope you are enjoying your Columbus Day Break! Here are some opportunities to look into:

Extended Eboard/Event Chair

  • We have extended the due date to Sunday, 10/14 as certain positions have not been filled
  • We still need one person for Social Media Chair, Webmaster, and two Graphic Designers
  • Even though most of the positions for event chairs are for next semester there is one still open for this one, which is our LeaderSHPE event
  • If you’re interested please email us at sbshpe@gmail.com

Events

Hispanic Potluck

  • Held on October 18th, in SAC Ballroom B from 8-11pm
  • Come and eat Hispanic food from a variety of countries
  • Learn about Hispanic culture and most importantly learn to dance
  • Will be hosting with LASO, Iota Phi Alpha, and CSTEP
  • It will be a great event to meet fellow Hispanic’s and connect with the Stony Brook community
  • $3 entrance fee

Internship Panel

  • Held on October 18th, from 7-8:30
  • If you’re interested in learning about internships and what to expect from them, this is the place to go to.
  • Our own Maria and Chris will be panelists at the event, for nothing else go to support them
  • Students are there to answer your questions, if you have any please ask the panel

BMES Arduino Workshop

  • Held on October 23rd, from 5:30 – 7:00 pm
  • Are you in Mec 101 and don’t know how to use Arduino
  • If you’re just interested in using Arduino for future personal projects
  • This will be a great opportunity to learn the basics and a little more, taught by our own Chris Quilla
  • We are helping BMES teach students Arduino, if you have any questions please attend the class!

Resume and LinkedIn Workshop

  • Don’t know how to make a Resume
  • Have no idea what LinkedIn is?
  • Not to worry, this event is for you! We are working with the Career Center to teach you all of these skills
  • We will even have someone there to take professional head shots for your profiles
  • Held on October 24th, in Tabler 107 from 7:30 – 9:30

National Convention

  • November 7- 11th
  • From October 1st to onsite cost:
  • Price is $350 
  • This is a great opportunity to network and meet professionals to secure internships/full-time
  • Some of the biggest companies from Google to Boeing will be there
  • Upload your resume before the conference here
  • You have to register for the event, and once you do that, go to the job seekers tab, and click on manage resumes
  • From there you can add resumes, so employers can look at it before you get to the conference

GBM

  • Our next GBM will be this week!
  • It will be held on Wednesday 10/10 from 7 – 8 pm in the library, W4006

Opportunities

Tapia Conference

  • Open Now
  • Have a group of professionals from across industry look at your resume
  • Potential to have internships/full-time opportunities at places like Google
  • Submit you resume here, and answer all the questions so those looking at the resumes have a complete idea of who you are

NRMN

  • This website is to match students with mentos remotely in specific fields
  • There are online seminars and many other resources at your disposal
  • If you’re interested this could be a valuable resource to have access to, and always great to have more resources readily available to you
  • Here’s a link to the website to learn more about it

Ladders for Leaders

  • Ladders for leaders is a nationally recognized program that offers high school and college students the opportunity to participate in paid summer internships within the NYC area
  • It gives students the unique opportunity to explore their interests and discover new ones
  • You will get Pre-employment training: resume help and cover letter writing and interviewing skills
  • Paid Summer Internships: need I say more
  • Opportunity to join Alumni Network: broad network of alumni, post internship opportunities and exclusive networking events
  • Interested here’s the FAQ
  • Here’s the link to sign up

All the best,
Antonio Gambra
Secretary

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