© 2019 NAESC

The National Association of Engineering Student Councils, Inc. (NAESC) was established in 1983 as an avenue for Engineering Student Councils from around the United States to communicate and share ideas to be more effective organizations at their home schools.

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  1. Join our mailing list.

  2. Contact your local communications coordinator on how to get involved.

  3. Check back frequently for more updates.

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Announcements

ECL-USA Webinar

On November 20, 2019 NAESC held a webinar in collaboration with Engineering Change Lab USA (ECL-USA) to learn how this recent partnership can be a catalyst for change in the engineering community. For more info about ECL-USA, visit their website:

ELS is approaching!

NAESC's annual Engineering Leadership Summit (ELS) will be held from March 26-29, 2020. ELS brings together hundreds of engineering student leaders from across the country for professional development activities, industry tours, and more. Interested in becoming involved with NAESC and ELS? Visit our partners page:

The National Association of Engineering Student Councils seeks to:

Advocate for engineering students and schools across the nation.

Collaborate with councils to learn how to serve students.

 Lead and develop skills to become a well-rounded engineer.

Who is NAESC?

250,000 Engineering Undergraduates

65+ Universities

100s of Student Leaders

Why NAESC?

Every year, NAESC holds ELS, the Engineering Leadership Summit, where representatives from all member schools meet to network, vote on NAESC policy, and experience the events and sights of the host school.

Engineering Leadership Summit

NAESC is always working toward providing an online space for members to connect, share ideas, and learn from each other. In the spring of 2019, we released a Wiki to members only which contains all of our national resources as well as a community section where schools will share event plans and ideas. In addition to the wiki, our technical team is developing a platform tentatively known as "GEAR", a social media platform and directory for NAESC schools, leaders, and undergraduate members.

Member Resources

In 2018, NAESC applied to join the ABET accreditation board. We are currently working with the organizations: BEST (Board of European Students of Technology), CFES (Canadian Federation of Engineering Students), and 'bonding' (our German counterpart). NAESC will also become a founding member of the international organization to promote engineering.

Representation

As a member school, you will be invited to attend one of our five regional conferences that take place every fall. A regional conference is a smaller representation of our national conference and will be hosted at a school in your area. The greatest impact of our regional conference is connecting nearby engineering schools who support each others' events & operations.

Regional Conferences

 

How to Join as a Member School

1) Read Up

See what NAESC has to offer. This site is just one of many resources.

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2) Meet our Recruiters

We have a national recruiter, our VP of Recruitment, and a regional recruiter who will be more familiar with the schools in your area. Both will be great resources. Please reach out to recruitment@naesc.org

3) Solidify your Membership

Once you have decided to join NAESC, you will be asked to pay annual dues ($100). This will give you access to our social platform and wiki containing guides and tips for you school and organization, big or small.

4) Attend our Conference(s)

Every fall NAESC hosts five regional conferences and one national conference (ELS). Hundreds of participants come to our national conference and several schools attend each regional conference.  Make sure to attend to get the most out of your NAESC experience.