PIE GM#3: Career Faire Preparation!:

Added Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Hello, PIE-o-neers!

At the 2nd general meeting, PIE introduced our test bank and study tips to become a successful engineering student. As midterms resume and conclude, we present to you our 3rd GM!

  Job and Career Fairs: Learn about the various job, internship, and career opportunities around campus!

  Interviews: Learn about communication and other skills that will land you a job or internship!

  PIE Mentorship: Applications are attached to an email sent out a few days ago! Become a mentor or mentee and grow closer to another PIE member for the school year!

Snacks will be provided! Also look out for additional information regarding future events such as PIE fundraiser sales, Holiday White Elephant, and Schedule Planning/Game Night for GM 4!

With much optimism and luck for midterms,

PIE (Pilipinos in Engineering)

Take your piece outta the pie!

PIE Study Night:

Added Thursday, April 26, 2012

It's 4th week already which means midterms are coming up. If you need a quiet place to study or need help with your classes, head out to PIE's Study Hall this Thursday, April 26 at 6:00pm in MS 6201
Plus, we'll be discussing PIE Board elections happening in week 6. Being a member of PIE Board is an excellent and fun opportunity to gain leadership skills! Email me back if you want more info regarding the 10 PIE Board positions.
Thanks PIE and we hope to see you this Thursday night.


PIE Bridge Build:

Added Thursday, April 5, 2012

Hey PIE,

If you had fun participating in PIE's Sink-or-Swim Challenge last quarter, we've got great news for you. We'll be concluding the epic MacGyver Challenge trilogy this quarter with PIE's Bridge-Build Challenge. Join us this Thursday night (April 5) at 6:00pm in MS 6201 to partake in the fun and excitement which is the MacGyver Challenge.
Your objective will be to create the most structurally stable bridge you can out of the only two materials we will provide, toothpicks and gumdrops. Your bridge must then be able to support ever-increasing loads without failing. Thus, the group whose bridge is able to support the most weight wins the competition.
We hope to see you this Thursday night PIE and bring your A-game to the final MacGyver Challenge of the year!

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