The link to SEC’s 2016-2017 Corporate Involvement Opportunities can be found here.
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The McCombs Business School and Cockrell Engineering School face-off in a week full of fun, exciting events to achieve the honor of EvB Champions, providing a great avenue for Corporate Supporters to meet students from both schools in a casual environment.
Halloween Canned Food Drive brings the entire campus together, through engineering student organizations and campus-wide college councils, to donate cans to the Capital Area Food Bank in Austin. Corporate Supporters are invited to join this great cause through can-matching donations.
Students compete in a one-of-a-kind overnight design competition where teams create innovative machines in the Longhorn MakerStudios, using 3D printers and more, while integrating the competition’s safety theme.
Freshman Case Competition is an opportunity for first year engineering students to gain experience with case competitions and be introduced to the field of consulting. Corporate representatives have the opportunity to guide and mentor teams throughout the process, and serve as judges during the presentation rounds.
Inspired by National Engineers’ Week, E-Week is a week-long, friendly competition between engineering organizations with unique events hosted by different organizations, offering a great way for Corporate Supporters to interact with a diverse engineering student body.
Corporate Supporters are invited to judge this co-ed engineering pageant, where participants representing various organizations showcase their unique talents and passion for engineering.
Coin Wars is another event hosted by SEC during E-Week, where engineering student organizations can compete for points by donating coins to the Helping Hand Home for Children in Austin. Supporting companies are invited to participate alongside students in this amazing service project to help our local community.
Held just before the Spring EXPO Career Fair, this event gives companies the chance to compete in a friendly competition to provide homemade chili to students who then vote for their favorites, a great casual networking experience.
Having received donations of over 10,000 pounds of safely recycled electronics just last year from throughout the Austin area, SEC hopes to make this year’s E-Cycling Drive bigger and better, offering different levels of Corporate Support.
Students showcase their work in undergraduate research to a panel of judges, giving Corporate Supporters the opportunity to interact with these outstanding students first-hand.
Vector Magazine serves as the written voice of the engineering student body, and consistently reaches out to students for input on story subjects that bring relevant information to students in every edition. Companies are invited to print advertisements in our magazine read by hundreds of students across campus.
Note: All corporate supports will be recognized and thanked on our website, social media, and on Vector Magazine.