Presentation on theme: "The Engineer’s Council (E-Council) is the lead organization that represents the student body and all student organizations within the College of Engineering."— Presentation transcript:
The Engineer’s Council (E-Council) is the lead organization that represents the student body and all student organizations within the College of Engineering. The purpose of the Engineer’s Council is to foster professional and social activities for engineering students through a coordinating body of students representing all engineering organizations and chapters chartered under the Engineer’s Council. The council is responsible for promoting student life at the college level, promote interaction between students, organizations and members at the department and college level, fund organizations, set-up fundraisers, community service events, and plan college-wide events.
To promote student activism and involvement by supporting the NMSU college of engineering’s clubs and organizations. We accomplish this by providing club funding through reimbursed community service, sponsoring college wide events, and hosting meetings that act as forums for the different engineering club representatives.
Engineer’s Council College of Engineering Students Student Organizations ASNMSU
ASNMSU is the Student Government body here at NMSU and is responsible for representing over 18,000+ students and their interest here on NMSU Main Campus. They are responsible for improving student life and implementing student services using students fees. ASNMSU has three government branches: Executive, legislative, judicial
ASNMSU Engineering Council Arts & Sciences Council Business Council Health and Social Services Council ACES Council Graduate Council Legislative Branch Judicial Branch
SPRING 2014 JANUARY 27, 2014 @ 5:00PM-6:00PM (Information Session) FEBRUARY 10, 2014 @ 5:00PM-6:00PMFEBRUARY 24, 2014 @ 5:00PM-6:00PM (Topics: E-Week-Planning)(Topics: College of Engineering Science fairs) MARCH 10, 2014 @ 5:00PM-6:00PMMARCH 31, 2014 @5:00PM- 6:00PM (Topics: NAESC-National Conference)(Topics: Constitution Amendments)Council Community Service APRIL 14, 2014 @ 5:00PM-6:00PMAPRIL 28, 2014 @5 5:00PM- 6:00PM (Topics: Officers Nominations)(Topics: Officers Elections)
SPRING 2014 CAREER FAIR (FEB 5 –FEB 6) ENGINEERING WEEK (FEB-17- FEB 21) COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE FAIRS (MARCH 7- MARCH 8) *Volunteers may be needed* RELAY FOR LIFE (APRIL 4 th )
SPRING 2014 MONDAY-17TUESDAY-18WEDNESDAY-19THURSDAY-20FRIDAY-21 E-council Professional Workshops 10am-5pm E-Day! Tabling Event! Music, Games, recruitment, 12:45PM-2:30PM Networking Day (Fundraising, music, games, speakers) 10am-12pm Weenie Roast (Food, Snacks, games, music) 11:30am-1:30pm
SPRING 2014 BE CHARTERED UNDER CAMPUS ACTIVITIES COMPLETE FINANCIAL PROCEDURES WORKSHOPS (Required for ASNMSU and E-Council) For conferences, competitions, presentations. Submit Community service hours sheet ***25% of the organization must do 2 hours (on-campus) and 2 hours (off-campus) Letter of Proof (Faculty Advisor) All Receipts (NO FOOD)
SPRING 2014 All Organizations/clubs are allowed up to $500.00 per school year (August-May), unless otherwise stated Be Chartered under Campus Activities Attend Financial Procedures Workshops Member of the Engineer’s Council Participating in council/college events (deemed by Chapter III Financial Laws) Submit Council Appropriations Form (for council funding only) along with receipts Submit Council Appropriations Form with Budget Template (for other funding sources)
SPRING 2014 **NEW** All Council funding & College of Engineering funding will go through the Office of the Engineer’s Council. The Office of the Engineer’s Council will work with the Dean’s Office if other funding is available. Submit Council Appropriation Forms with receipts to Jennifer Ornelas (VP of Finance) to the Office of the Engineer’s Council: ED & Foreman Engineering Complex III Office: Room 330 Where: File Dropbox(outside door)