2020 Pacific Northwest ASCE Student Conference
Our student chapter represents the University of Washington in the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Through our programs, the ASCE student chapter enhances the personal and professional development of civil engineering students. In addition to exposing those students to the professional civil engineering community, ASCE also portrays civil engineering as an honorable profession of education and service to the community at large. The goal is achieved through technical, professional, civic, and social activities by active participation in technical presentations, professional meetings, community service projects, and competitions.
ASCE UW 2019 Officers
The UW American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) student chapter will be hosting the ASCE Pacific Northwest Regional Student Competition in April 2020. In addition to the concrete canoe and environmental team competitions, the event will include a surveying and sustainable solutions building competition.
To help finance the competition, UW ASCE is seeking sponsorships from companies in the greater Seattle area and beyond. Donations will help fund venue rental fees, food, parking and more. More than 400 Engineering Students will travel from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and British Columbia to attend this Competition here at UW!
The UW ASCE student chapter estimates that they will need to fundraise approximately $40,000. Please note that donations go toward funding the regional competition, not the UW concrete canoe team. Donations to fund the team must be made separately.
More Conference Info: https://www.asce.org/student_conferences/
We are raising funds to cover the cost of the hosting the entire conference :
If you are interested in donating to ASCE and do not plan to use the donation as a tax-deductible, please email us at email@example.com! You will still have all the perks related to your tier, just not the tax-deductible benefit.
Your generous donations will directly impact HUNDREDS of students.
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