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.
-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 EnVision Conference, SEC sporting competitions, and E- Week)
-Prior experience in SEC would be beneficial but not required
-Responsible for attending WE meetings if the officer is unable to attend
-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
External Activities Counselor
-Responsible for forming project teams not limited to hackathons, Aggies Invents, and National SWE competitions
-Responsible for coordinating SWE's participation in competitions
-Responsible for attending all outreach events that SWE participates in
Howdy! My name is Amanda Ngo, and I am a junior Chemical Engineering major from Plano, Texas. I am a former SWElite and Professional Development Co-Chair and am so excited to serve as your SWE Representative for the 2019-2020 school year! Outside of SWE, I am extremely involved with the Engineering Honors Program as a member of ExComm. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with family, watching anime, and playing ultimate frisbee.