American Institute of Chemical Engineers, UCLA Student Chapter

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Club Information
large size
100 members
low time commitment
2 hours per week
beginner
No prior skills required!

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Let the club know you're interested in them!
"The mission of the UCLA Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers is to promote excellence in the Chemical Engineering Department of the School of Engineering and Applied Science by providing resources and support to chemical engineering students so that they can succeed academically and advance professionally."

What We Do

AIChE at UCLA upholds four pillars in the opportunities it provides for students. Professional Development: AIChE provides resources for chemical engineering students to hone their career paths. We organize chemical engineering specific job fairs, company information sessions, plant tours, and workshops to allow UCLA engineers to involve themselves with leading industries. Projects: AIChE’s technical projects are intended to expose students to chemical engineering concepts through hands-on experience, which can apply to work in industry or to other projects. We currently offer three projects, Chem-E-Car, LEAP, and ChIP, which provide different sets of chemical engineering knowledge. Mentorship: AIChE’s mentorship program allows new students to receive insight and advice from more experienced upperclassmen so that they can adjust smoothly into life as chemical engineering undergraduates. The program offers various opportunities throughout the year for freshman and transfer students to connect with their mentors. AIChE at UCLA also offers an Alumni Mentorship program, designed to pair undergraduate students with UCLA chemical engineering graduates who can guide them according to their specific interests within the major. Outreach: AIChE at UCLA strives to give future generations the chance to explore the field of engineering by participating in outreach events to youth in Los Angeles. The outreach program allows undergraduate students to serve in both community service and teaching roles by demonstrating scientific concepts and leading activities.
Upcoming Events
No events have been added yet.
Application Process
0
Open to All
Deadline: Mar. 12 at 11:59 PM
Please fill out our Google Form and pay club dues to our Venmo, which will be made available during our first meeting in fall.

American Institute of Chemical Engineers, UCLA Student Chapter

About


Club Information
large size
100 members
low time commitment
2 hours per week
beginner
No prior skills required!
"The mission of the UCLA Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers is to promote excellence in the Chemical Engineering Department of the School of Engineering and Applied Science by providing resources and support to chemical engineering students so that they can succeed academically and advance professionally."

What We Do

AIChE at UCLA upholds four pillars in the opportunities it provides for students. Professional Development: AIChE provides resources for chemical engineering students to hone their career paths. We organize chemical engineering specific job fairs, company information sessions, plant tours, and workshops to allow UCLA engineers to involve themselves with leading industries. Projects: AIChE’s technical projects are intended to expose students to chemical engineering concepts through hands-on experience, which can apply to work in industry or to other projects. We currently offer three projects, Chem-E-Car, LEAP, and ChIP, which provide different sets of chemical engineering knowledge. Mentorship: AIChE’s mentorship program allows new students to receive insight and advice from more experienced upperclassmen so that they can adjust smoothly into life as chemical engineering undergraduates. The program offers various opportunities throughout the year for freshman and transfer students to connect with their mentors. AIChE at UCLA also offers an Alumni Mentorship program, designed to pair undergraduate students with UCLA chemical engineering graduates who can guide them according to their specific interests within the major. Outreach: AIChE at UCLA strives to give future generations the chance to explore the field of engineering by participating in outreach events to youth in Los Angeles. The outreach program allows undergraduate students to serve in both community service and teaching roles by demonstrating scientific concepts and leading activities.

Interest Form

Let the club know you're interested in them!
Upcoming Events
No events have been added yet.
Application Process
0
Open to All
Deadline: Mar. 12 at 11:59 PM
Please fill out our Google Form and pay club dues to our Venmo, which will be made available during our first meeting in fall.