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SWE Representative 

About

The SWE Representative Committee is a brand new committee whose mission is to promote SWE to the Student Engineers' Council (SEC), Women in Engineering (WE), and the Texas A&M campus as a whole. We will have the opportunity to plan large events such as SPARK Conference, E-Week, and various SEC sporting competitions as well as volunteer for WE conferences and professional development functions. I am looking for a group of five dedicated and hard working  young women whose enthusiasm for SWE will promote our society's involvement in TAMU engineering events. Below are the descriptions for the various positions. 

Positions

SEC Counselor:

  • -Responsible for attending SEC meetings if the officer is unable to attend (Meetings are on Monday evenings starting around 8 PM)
    -Responsible for attending all SEC events that SWE participates in
    -Helps prepare for all SEC events that require preparation (including but not limited to SPARK Conference, SEC sporting competitions, and E- Week)
    - Prior experience in SEC would be beneficial but not required

WE Counselor:

-Responsible for attending WE meetings if the officer is unable to attend (The first event you'd be welcome to attend is the WE Consortium on September 20 at 3 pm)
-Responsible for attending all WE events that SWE participates in
-Helps prepare for all WE events that require preparation
- Prior experience in WE would be beneficial but not required​

Outreach Counselor:

-Outreach includes coordinating with other engineering organizations, other SWE sections, and more
-Responsible for helping coordinate SWE's participation in national competitions
-Responsible for attending all outreach events that SWE participates in
-Helps prepare for all outreach events that require preparation​

Officer

Sheyenne Davis

Howdy! My name is Sheyenne Davis and I’m a senior civil engineering major from San Antonio, TX. I am so excited to be the SWE Representative this year. Outside of SWE, I like to dance and go to the gym. I also currently work as an structural engineering intern at Dunham Engineering. In between studying and working, I try to make time to hang out with friends, play board games, and read, but I also take a lot of naps. I’ve been in SWE since my freshman year and have loved all the experiences it has given me. I can’t wait to see what this year in SWE has in store for us!