Welcome to Rutgers SHE

Rutgers SHE is the Rutgers University student chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), originally created in 1984.
Our motto, "Recruit, Retain, and Graduate" is our primary focus.
We seek to foster both academic and professional education to further individuals of any denomination in all fields of study.

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General Info

Join us at our weekly meetings on
Tuesday nights @ 6:30pm
at the Paul Robeson Center, on Busch Campus.
All majors and ethnicities are welcome to attend!

  

Press

Newsletter - April 2014
Newsletter - April 2013
Newsletter - Feb 2013
Newsletter - Jan  2012

Resources

Alumni Sign-Up

 

Reminders

Remember to check out the
SHE-SWE-MEET Career Fair
What: 29th Annual SHE-SWE-MEET Career Fair
When: Thursday, October 30th 2014
Where: Rutgers Busch Student Center
Time: 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Email your resumes here for extra exposure.
Click here for resume formatting instructions.

Make sure to check out upcoming scholarships! We have two exclusive SHE scholarships.
Please donate to the Dr. Ilene Rosen Scholarship, every penny counts!
Information for 2014 SHPE national conference in Detroit is up!
Join us on facebook and get the latest information on our up coming events.
We are proud to announce that our chapter has been awarded the National and Regional Outstanding Medium Chapter of the Year award. Thank you all for making it possible!
Sign up to be a member on Oneshpe.

News

Spotlight

April 2014 Newsletter!
Rutgers SHE wins Outstanding Medium Chapter of the Year award Nationally and in Region 4!
Rutgers SHE wins award for best chapter in Region 4!
Rutgers SHE wins SHPE National Best Website Award!
Rutgers SHE featured in SHPE Magazine!

News

Next Meeting 8/7/14

Resume Workshop & L'Oreal

Host: Jaritza Rodriguez & Christain Youssef
Guest: Everyone
Hola familia,

Do you have a resume that needs some critiquing? You don't have a resume at all? L'Oreal and SHE will be holding a resume workshop at 6:30 at the Paul Robenson center.

Time: 6:15-8:00pm
Place: Paul Robeson Cultural Center next to the BCC

*Free food and refreshments will be provided*