Want to get more involved? Meet some awesome people and gain some volunteer experience? The ECE Student Society is now accepting nominations for the 2013/2014 year!
Download the Executive Nomination Form
Download the ECE Club Constitution
All nomination forms must be handed into the ECESS Office (MCLD 434) by:
March 7th, 2013 @ 5PM
** Current ECESS execs cannot nominate
There will be a Presidential Debate (with free pizza) in MCLD434 on:
March 13, 2013 @ 1-2PM
President: Preside over meetings of the Club, the Council and the Executive. Represent the Club at all the EUS council, and act as a liaison between the Council and the EUS.
Vice President: Assist and work in conjunction with the President. Assume the duties of the President of the Club in his absence.
Treasurer: Submit a budget to the treasurer of the AMS subject to approval of the Council. Supervise all Club purchases and payment of Club debts. Have signing authority over all of Club’s accounts.
Secretary: Carry out all normal correspondences of the Club. Record minutes of all general, Council and Executive meetings. Produce and maintain the Electrical & Computer Executive contact list.
Social Coordinator: Be responsible for overseeing all social functions sponsored by the Club, including arrangements for room booking, food, beverages, and liquor license.
Academic Representative: Attend all EUS Academic Committee meetings and organize ECE Beef & Pizza Sessions and Final Exam Review Booklets Maintain and update the ECE Exam Database and ensure database is current.
Publicity Representative: Be responsible for publicizing all Club social, academic and professional events through use of announcement, poster, newsletter, website, Facebook and other forms of public announcements.
Professional Relations Officer: Keep all ECE students informed of job opportunities as they arise. Promote employment of ECE students wherever possible, such as organizing a career fair.
4th Year/Grad Rep: Organize graduation photo process and collect fees and ring sizes from all fourth year students attending the Iron Ring Ceremony. Organize Grad-related events such as Grad-Alumni Event and Grad Cruise.
3rd Year Rep: Keep themselves informed of all upcoming activities that concern ECE students by attending weekly meetings, and ensuring that ECE students in their year are informed of all these activities.
Sports and Charity Rep: Promote ECE’s participation in sports and charity events Sit on the EUS athletics committee and undertake to enter ECE teams in the intramural programs and UBC. Organize and suggest charity events for ECE Department participation.
* Check out Job description &
detailed profiles of current Executives 2012-2013 HERE!
Hear from the current members!
Why Join ECE Student Council? (Click to Expand)
Q. What’s the best thing about being in ECE council?
“Good networking, meeting lots of people, engaging in school activities and taking part in helping make ECE fun! “
“I loved being able to take charge of planning an event that I think will be fun and seeing it come to life. Also, the sense of belonging – coming to the ECE lounge during my breaks and always knowing that there will be friends there that I can talk to and hang out with”
– Tiana, Publicity Rep
“You learn a lot of new skills by being in council- like sense of responsibility, how to deal with events and people etc. I liked how I got to help a lot of people by being a year rep.”
– William, 3rd Year Rep
Q. What’s the coolest thing you got to do in council this year?
“Silicon Valley Trip! I got to deal with all phases of putting together a project, and it was a lot of fun. It is a great feeling to see good results for something you’ve worked on for a while.”
– Hassene, President
“Definitely FilmfEUSt! Filming the video “Six Guys You Meet in Engineering”. Staying up many long nights with friends for two weeks to get it done!”- Tiana, Publicity Rep
“Ohmcoming! I got to throw a big party for engineers and in the end, it was a good time for everybody. It took a lot of planning, but in the end, it all worked out and nobody got shot.”
-Lino, Social Coordinator
“Getting to spam all the graduating students with constant posts & emails! Jokes apart, I enjoyed every bit of it- whether it was planning the Networking Event, picking up decorations for the Grad cruise or making class room announcements. It was an awesome roller coaster ride!” – Preethal, 4th Year/Grad Rep
“Getting to work with Andrea Kim. Up close and Personal.”
– Wilbur, Vice President