Category: Student Organization Meetings

ITE Michigan – Young Professional Committee (YPC) “Virtual Lunch and Learn”

ITE Michigan – Young Professional Committee (YPC) “Virtual Lunch and Learn” Webinar Series

The YPC is proud to announce we will be hosting our first Virtual Lunch and Learn of our Webinar Series. This is a great opportunity for students and young professionals to connect with experience professionals and learn a little more about how our profession works.  If you have any questions or if you would like to present a topic in the future, please contact the YPC Committee Chair Cole Villalobos at Hope to see you all there.

YPC Lunch and Learn Presentation – September 22

How MDOT Operations Projects are Selected – presented by John Engle, P.E.

Have you ever wondered about the process of how MDOT operational improvement projects are selected?  Have you ever wondered what a funding template is, or what process MDOT follows in selecting operational improvements on its highway network?  This Virtual Lunch and Learn discussion, geared toward young professionals, will be led by John Engle, P.E. of the Michigan DOT, and he will help answer these questions as well as provide some practical commentary on how MDOT’s Operations Template selects and funds projects.  The one-hour session is free to attend, and will take place September 22, 2021, from 11am-Noon.

To register for the YPC September 22 presentation, please use the link below.

Leaders in Continuous Improvement (LCI) – looking for new e-board members

Leaders in Continuous Improvement (LCI) is looking for new e-board members for the student organization.

Leaders in Continuous Improvement is a student organization that helps build Lean skills through a variety of methods including hands on activities coupled with Lean training, industry tours and presentations, on-campus improvement opportunities such as 5S and other kaizens, and networking opportunities. I’m the advisor for LCI; if you would like to be a co-advisor, let me know!

This year the entire e-board has chosen not to continue for next year, though they would be willing to consult with new board members. It’s been an exhausting year for all, and the current eboard has run out of energy. A budget has been submitted for next year, so everything is ready to go. We just need a new leadership team! 

I appreciate your help with keeping this student organization active.
Sincerely, Ruth Archer ( )

A Request from the Sustainability Orgs

Climate Reality Campus Corps has organized a team of students with representatives from each sustainability student organization on campus, and we are developing A Student Vision for Environmental Stewardship and Climate Action: a student-generated vision of what a greener, cleaner future for our campus could look like. Our goal is to demonstrate to the MTU administration that students care about sustainability and highlight the steps we believe are vital to achieving an environmentally sustainable campus. As part of this process, we want to gain input from as much of the student body as possible. We’ve listed some categories of campus operations in the form with space for you to lend your thoughts in as many areas as you’re able. Thank you for your insight!

We want your feedback! We are welcoming you to fill out the short form HERE or the long form HERE depending on how much information you want to share with us! Also, share this form with anyone and everyone who would want to see Michigan Tech get more sustainable!

We appreciate your feedback!

The SVESCA Committee

Kendra Lachcik, Lexi Steve, Elizabeth Schumann, Lauren Auge, Joe Dlugos, Shaelyn Koleber, Abbey Herndon, Anastasia Motta, Elise Rosky, Leena Rawashdeh, Anna Browne
Sincerely, Anastasia Quinn MottaCampus Corps Event Chair 2020-21

Green Campus Enterprise

Looking for a way to get involved in an organization that both interests you and meets your educational goals? The Green Campus Enterprise welcomes ALL majors and focuses on projects pertaining to sustainability around Michigan Tech campus. Everyone works in teams to perform weekly tasks to meet attainable goals, and develop lasting relationships while learning and working towards a more environmental friendly Michigan Tech.  

Green Campus Enterprise (GCE) designs and implements projects to improve the sustainability of the Michigan Tech campus. GCE works closely with Michigan Tech administration to effectively engage the university community in reducing its carbon footprint, which it measures annually.

Green Campus Enterprise meets on Thursdays from 5-6 pm during Fall and Spring semester. Talk to your advisor to find out how you can use Enterprise credits to complete degree requirements.

New Systems Engineering Student Org

Michigan Tech has a new professional engineering organization on campus, MTSEA (Michigan Tech Systems Engineering Association). 

All majors are welcome. The student organization has two upcoming events. Details about the events and contact info are in the email attached below.- Social Event – Tuesday October 12th from 5-6:30pm, Walker Lawn – General Meeting with Ford Senior Technical Lead – October 20th at 7pm, Zoom meeting   +

If students have questions about how a Systems Engineering Minor will fit with their degree, please contact Amy Monte at

NOBCChE at Michigan Tech: Member Recruitment

NOBCChE at Michigan Tech is a student chapter of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE). NOBCChE’s mission to help encourage and facilitate more participation of black and other minority groups in STEM education as well as to provide platforms for their professional development. 

As a NOBCChE student member, one is eligible for full or partial sponsorship to conferences, direct access to NOBCChE career centre for job applications, and opportunities to network with professionals from different industries and schools across the country. 

Note: Membership in NOBCChE at Michigan Tech is open to any student here at Tech who supports the mission of the organization, regardless of the department, gender, or race. You can learn more about the organization via this link: