Weekly Meeting Thursday September 27th

Our meeting this week will be on Thursday, September 27th from 10:55 – 11:50 AM in Mason Room 3132. Stantec will be presenting, and we’ll be serving chick-fil-a.

About the presenter: Stantec is a global design consulting firm with over 400 locations – two of which are in the Atlanta area. They provide services in essentially all civil and environmental fields. For more details check out their website.

Volunteering Event

Save the date! Our next volunteering event will be on October 20th at 9am-12pm with Trees Atlanta.

This event is after initiate packets are due, but if you sign up for the event beforehand we can sign off on your hours. We’ll send out the sign-up sheet closer to the event date.

For initiates who can’t make it to this event, you may also volunteer individually. There is an on campus opportunity at Klemis Kitchen.


Weekly Meeting Thursday September 20th

Our meeting this week will be on Thursday, September 20th from 10:55 – 11:50 AM in Mason Room 3132. Smith Currie LLP will be presenting. We’ll be serving pizza this week.

About the presenter: Smith Currie is a nationally respected construction law firm. Zack Rippeon III is a partner at Smith Currie and will be presenting what he does and how it relates to us as civil engineers. Zack gained 10 years of experience in the construction industry before going into construction law, so he can answer questions you may have about going into the construction industry or construction law.

Weekly Meeting Thursday, September 13th

Our meeting this week will be on Thursday, September 13th from 10:55 – 11:50 AM in Mason Room 3132. Freese & Nichol will be presenting, and food and refreshments will be provided as usual.

About the presenter: Freese & Nichols provides a wide variety of engineering services ranging from water/wastewater management, to roadway design, to transportation planning, to structural, to constructions services. To check their full list of services check their website here. They have tons of job opening listed on their site – intern and full-time – so it would be a good idea to check those out before coming to the meeting.

Mentorship Program

XE has decided to start a new mentorship program to help underclassmen get the hang of college and the CEE department. We were all in their place once: worried about what classes to take and in which order, hesitant of what track to follow, and even unsure of what CEE professionals did in the real world. Man, it would have been nice to have someone to help us out!

And that’s exactly what we’re hoping to do for our incoming CEE students!

The program is not a huge time commitment, we just ask that you meet with your mentee(s) about three times a semester to provide support during career fair, spring schedules, and finals. XE will plan for at least one event where you can mingle with each other (food provided of course).

So please, let us know if you’re interested in being a mentor! This also counts as community service for initiates.

Mentorship Form

Volunteering Event

Our first volunteering event of the semester is here! On Saturday, September 15th Chi Epsilon is volunteering for Books for Africa.

Location: Books For Africa Warehouse-Atlanta

3655 Atlanta Industrial Drive, Bldg. 250

Atlanta, GA 30331

Time: September 15th 12pm-2pm

What: Volunteers sort and pack books according to category and age level. No heavy lifting is involved.

Initiates, you may use this event for your volunteering hours. All members and initiates are invited to join. Sign up below.

Books for Africa Sign Up

-Chi Ep Executive Board