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Texas A&M
Student Engineers' Council

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Career Fair
The Premier Texas A&M Engineering Recruiting Event

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Outreach
Inspiring the Next Generation of
Aggie Engineers

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Membership
Celebrating 78 Years of SEC

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Giving Back
SEC Donated the First $1M to the New
Engineering Education Complex

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Legislation
Collecting and Presenting
Student Opinion to Administration

RECENT NEWS

National Engineers' Week
Come celebrate E-Week at one of our many events this week! Check out the schedule below, or visit our site for more information!

Monday, February 20th
What: Free Starbucks coffee and Shipley's glazed donuts
Where: Located in the Lobby of ETB, Blocker and MSC 12th man hallway
When: 8:00am - 10:00am

Tuesday, February 21st
What: Women in Material Science: MSEN Mini-Conference and Lab Tour
Where: ENPH 204
When: 5:15pm - 7:20pm
RSVP here and email tamu.wims@gmail.com with any questions

Wednesday, February 22nd
What: E-Week Movie night with MSC Aggie Cinema
Where: MSC Bethancourt Ballroom 2300 A
When: 6:30pm
We will be showing The Martian and serving free Fuego breakfast tacos

Friday, February 24th
What: E-Week Finale
Where: Rudder Plaza
When: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Compete in engineering related activities hosted by engineering societies. There will be $1500 in raffle prizes!
There will be free Double Dave's Pizza, Sweet Pops kettle corn and Sam's Club cookies

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Texas A&M Regional Engineering Conference (TREC)
The purpose of this conference is to increase student interest and retention in engineering disciplines, foster communication between students at different schools, and provide an insight into common projects encountered in the industry.

When: March 3-4, 2017
Where: Texas A&M University
What: This is a two-day event with a design competition and a great opportunity for networking with other students and Phillips 66. Everyone will receive a free t-shirt, free food for both days and a chance to win stellar prizes!

Register here!

Event Sponsor

Phillips 66

ABOUT SEC

The Student Engineers' Council (SEC) is the representative body for all students in the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University. Formed by the Dean of Engineering in 1939, the SEC represents the concerns of engineering students and professional societies to the college administration and to the university as a whole.

Development

The Development division targets the professional advancement aspect of the SEC mission statement. The Development committees include Career Fair, ProTrip, Corporate Relations, Engineering Development, and Finance.

External

The External division seeks to increase engineering awareness. The External committees include E-Week, Spark Conference, Philanthropy, and TREC.

Internal

The Internal division targets the representative voice aspect of the mission statement. The Internal committees include Legislation, Society and Graduate Relations, Marketing, Membership, and Systems Administration.

OUR COMMITTEES

The Council has several committees that target the several aspects of SEC's mission statement. These committees host events, support the Council, and represent all engineering students within the College of Engineering.

Career Fair

Corporate Relations

Engineering Development

Finance

ProTrip

E-Week

Spark Conference

Philanthropy

TREC

Legislation

Society and Graduate Relations

Marketing

Membership

Systems Administration

OUR SPONSORS

The Student Engineers' Council is proud to extend the opportunity for all companies to become sponsors of our organization. Sponsors truly drive the success of our services and events, and in return, we will go out of our way to ensure our sponsors' visibility to engineering students.

EXECUTIVE BOARD

The Executive Board is composed of the President and Vice Presidents who head each division as well as the Executive Secretary. Each Vice President leads a group of engineers to perform their division's role with the goal of improving and developing the College of Engineering.

MEET OUR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

The Executive Council is composed of the chairs who head each committee. Each Executive Council member leads a group of engineers to perform their committee's role with the goal of improving and developing the College of Engineering.

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CONTACT US

Student
Engineers'
Council

  • 3127 Texas A&M University (TAMU)
    College Station, TX 77843-3127
  • 979.847.8567
  • http://sec.tamu.edu

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