Sunday
Jan312016

ESAC GBMs Spring 2016

The first GBM of the Spring 2016 semester will be held Monday, February 8th in Raisler Lounge. Sandwiches will be served.

The remaining GBMs will be held on the following dates:

  • March 21st, 8 pm - Raisler Lounge
  • April 11th, 8 pm - Towne 337

We hope to you see you there!

 

 

Wednesday
Sep022015

Apply to the ESAC Executive Board!

Our application for Fall 2015 recruitment is now available. More information about ESAC, recruitment, and the application and can be found here

Download Application

Slides from ESAC Information Session

Sunday
Aug302015

ESAC Information Session and Application

EDAB, ESAC, and SEAS Council Invite you to an Information Session for Engineering Executive Board Recruitment

Join the Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board, the Engineering Student Activities Council, and SEAS Council for an information session to discuss the role of these organizations in the Engineering school and the Fall recruitment process for primarily Freshman and Sophomore students.
Two identical information sessions will be held on Tuesday, August 1st and Wednesday, August 2nd from 6-7pm in Levine 307. Food will be provided at both sessions and there will be an opportunity to talk with members from each board and ask questions. 
A common application will be released on Wednesday, August 2nd after the second information session and will be located on all three of the organizations websites. We look forward to meeting you at the information sessions!

 

 

Friday
Aug282015

Engineering Student Activities Fair

The Engineering Student Activites Fair will be on Monday, August 31th form 10am-1pm in Levine Hall and Quain Courtyard. This fair is a great opportunity to checkout all of the engineering clubs and opportunites to get involved in engineering outside of the classroom. 

Monday
Sep012014

Apply to the ESAC Executive Board!

The Engineering Student Activities Council (ESAC) is the umbrella organization for all engineering student groups. ESAC allocates a budget of $30,000 to SEAS clubs annually while developing leadership skills among students and uniting the Engineering community through co-curricular actives. 

Who should apply:
We are looking for highly motivated, organized, and detail-oriented individuals looking to gain strong leadership skills. Applicants should have pride in the engineering school and a commitment to promoting community. Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors are all encouraged to apply!

Please complete the application and send it to Steph Gedal (sgedal@seas.upenn.edu) by September 13th at 11:59 PM.

Applications are due by Saturday, September 13th at 11:59 PM and interviews will be held the following week.
Questions: Feel free to contact Dandi Zhu (dandizhu@seas.upenn.edu).