Student Resources

Student Organizations

Baja Car Team
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Washkewicz College students enjoy access to many activities, both extra- and co-curricular. In fact, at least one organization exists for each engineering discipline.

Membership Advantages

  • Grow personally and professionally.
  • Participate in regional and national engineering competitions.
  • Meet other students from around the world .
  • Experience working in Professionally -minded teams.
  • Learn to solve "real world" problems..
  • Become involved in community service.
  • Improve academic standing.
  • Network with working professionals.
  • Attend conferences.
  • Develop long-term friendships.
  • Make use of student office space.
  • Avail yourself of chapter Scholarships.

Student Organizations

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

President: Dan Gerges
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE)

President: Nick Kwiencien
American Society of Civil Engineers

President: Aaron Adkins
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

President: Andrew Moss
American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin (ASEI)

President: Ameet Bathiya
American Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers (ASHPE)

President: Alex Resendes
Engineers Without Borders

President: Josh Cmar
Eta Kappa Nu

President: Moussa Seck Email:
Joint Engineering Council

President: Steve Reba
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

President: Luke Louder
National Society of Black Engineers

President: Robert Marshall
Society of Automotive Engineers

President: Jonny Lightfoot
Society of Women Engineers

President: Vesnyana Liskevich
Tau Beta Pi

President: Andrew Zak

Regional and National Engineering Competitions

Projects may include the Baja Car, the Steel Bridge, the Chem-E Car, Robotics, the Design, Build and Fly Competition, Environmental Projects, and more.