The following information was left in the ASCE room on 2/14/17 in the form of flyers by the sacramento county. If you are interested in an internship with the department of water resources - drainage maintenance engineering section, and are in your freshman or sophomore years, this is an excellent opportunity to get work experience in a highly desirable position. Details below.
The County of Sacramento, Department of Water Resources - Drainage Maintenance Engineering Section is looking for motivated individuals to assist with the engineering support for the maintenance of our stormwater drainage infrastructure.
Some of these duties will include assisting in drainage investigations (through field inspections; the review of improvement plans, easements, pipe television inspections, and historical information), minor drainage improvement projects, facility map updates and database management.
To qualify for this position, you must be enrolled as an engineering student with a minimum of two years left before graduation. Students with freshman and sophomore class standing are preferred.
If interested, please submit your cover letter, resume, and a copy of your unofficial transcript to Lance Ablang at email@example.com by February 24, 2017. After this deadline, we will begin reviewing resumes and will contact selected candidates for interviews.
Lance O. Ablang, P.E.
DATE: Thursday, 2/16/2017
LOCATION: Riverside 1010
INFORMATION:The American Water Resource Association (AWRA) will be having our general meeting this Thursday, Feb 16 at 6:30 PM on campus in Riverside 1010. This meeting will be more of a panel session for questions and answer about water resources engineering. There will be professionals from the public, private, state, and federal sectors coming to answer any questions you have about water resources engineering, especially about getting a job. It will be a great opportunity to ask questions about building your resume, experience, and skills for a career in water resources engineering before the Engineering Career Fair. I encourage you all to come with questions.
This event is free for all students interested in AWRA
DATE: Tuesday, 2/21/2017
LOCATION: ASCE Lounge, Santa Clara Hall Room 1235
INFORMATION: Come join the CSUS ASCE student chapter as we tour the CSUS Campus Dorm Construction Site with structural and construction engineers as they discuss real life applications and uses of structural methods, construction details, loading calculations and how a large-scale project is run from start to finish. This opportunity will offer students an in-depth look into structural engineering, as well as construction management and construction engineering. This is also a way of communicating with industry professionals and getting a rare in-field experience.
This event is free for all students, but space is limited to 20 students. Please sign up in the ASCE Lounge in Santa Clara Room 1235
DATE: Tuesday, 2/21/2017
LOCATION: Modoc Hall
INFORMATION: Come join the CSUS ASCE student chapter as we tour the CSUS campus with water resource engineers as they discuss locations, uses and benefits of the campuses storm water sites. This opportunity will offer students an in-depth look into water resource engineering, as well as a way of communicating with industry professionals and getting a rare in-field experience.
This event is free for all students, but space is limited. Please sign up in the ASCE Lounge in Santa Clara Room 1235
The precast/prestressed concrete institute (PCI) will be having their first meeting tonight! (2/9/2017)
Location: Alpine Hall, room 218
Pizza and drinks will be provided to students and there is no fee. Topics of discussion will include planned events for the semester, officer elections, changes to the constitution and a presentation from senior students on precast concrete structures.
If you are interested in structural engineering, this is an opportunity to join a nationally recognized group which delivers professionalism and excellent in-field experience.
If you are looking for an opportunity to volunteer, we have good news!
Tonight, Feb 7, from 6pm - 7pm at St. Philomene School in Sacramento we will gather to assist in the school's "Feed the Hungry" event.
This is a wonderful opportunity to assist those in need and gain some hours of community service. No experience is necessary and this philanthropic event is open to all CSUS students.
The Society of Women Engineers will be having their first meeting of the semester this Thursday.
Location: Lobby Suite, 1st floor University Union
Discussion will include upcoming events, guest speakers, and semester projects & goals. Any student, regardless of gender or major is welcome at SWE meetings. If you are interested in engineering or just want to learn more, please come join us.
We hope to see you there!
Having a website is a wonderful way to speak with members, alumni, sponsors, industry leaders and professionals. Any club that is interested in effectively communicating to a mass group realizes the necessity for a website.
The ASCE student chapter at California State University, Sacramento realizes this and has been taking great efforts in order to provide a fully-functioning, professional and easy to navigate website for student and professional use.
At the beginning of Fall 2016, major steps were taken to overhaul the website to bring it in to the "modern era". Changes included revisions to the website domain, strengthening of the server protection to guard against malicious intent, and additions of utilities which would allow for students and officers to communicate more effectively.
Over the winter months however, officers of the CSUS ASCE student chapter came to a unanimous decision - redo the website on a free hosting site.
Why switch to free?
As we all know within this industry, nothing is free. The cost of owning a website is roughly $120-$150 per year due to hosting and ownership rights.
In order to fund this cost, membership fees and grants would need to be used to pay. This in turn means less money for the club.
By making the switch to a free model of hosting, it becomes possible for us to reallocate the money to other sections of our student chapter.
How does this affect me?
Switching to a free model has some draw backs. For one, some site features may require more time to implement. The website's domain name now sports the ".weebly" subdomain. By doing this, we have authorized the web host "Weebly" to advertise products and other such ads on our website in exchange for a minimum allotted space on their servers. If this is a problem for you, simply download a popup blocker or don't click the advertisements.
We currently DO NOT monetize off this website.
Lastly, we ask that all students refrain from clicking any links made by comments. All official comments will be within the main body of posts and NEVER in comment sections. We will NEVER ask you for passwords or personal information beyond required Sacramento State info.
If something looks fishy, report it! We will do our best to monitor the website to ensure student safety and accuracy of information.
Many changes will be implemented to this new website as time goes on. As officer and student input filters in, changes will be made to best reflect and benefit members and students.
If you ever feel that there is a change which could better aid you in your learning objectives or make your experience better, please utilize the "Website Suggestions" page to provide your comments to the CSUS ASCE Student Chapter officers.
We thank you in advance for your assistance.