BSOE Undergraduate Newsletter
Apply to join the Baskin Day Planning Committee!
Out for Undergrad Tech conference
With Commencement 2021 being held virtually, we want to see how our graduates are celebrating in place! Send us your graduation photos to be entered into a Baskin Engineering gift card giveaway. Photos submitted can take many forms. Feel free to share a photo of you and your family members and/or a beloved pet, you in your cap and gown, an image of your decorated cap, or a photo of your day-of celebrations.
We have FOUR $50 VISA gift cards to award in the following categories:
1) Most creative cap / regalia photo
2) Best family / celebration photo
3&4) Two random drawings from all eligible participants
You do not need to have official UCSC regalia to enter, but photos must be visibly commencement-related to be entered for a prize (e.g., family holding signs of congratulations, etc. Get creative!).
DEADLINE to submit a photo is 11:59 PM on Tuesday, June 15! https://forms.gle/ivk5g4CGK9Lg8j1y9
We'll post photos on https://graduation2021.soe.ucsc.edu in the "Pictures from Past Celebrations" section.
Baskin Day is a celebration of Baskin Engineering and its students. This year, we're expanding and going through a massive change to encourage more engineering students to create and share their awesome work all year round. We are looking for enthusiastic and passionate students to join our planning committee. We welcome all majors, not just engineers. Apply to join us: https://forms.gle/S18Dsb3rwGu7yguJ9
Hope to see you soon!
Are you an LGBTQ+ undergraduate interested in technology? Apply to the Out for Undergrad Tech conference and join us for a weekend of education, opportunity and inspiration!
O4U holds an annual conference for LGBTQ+ undergraduates who are interested in pursuing careers in technology. Students learn about careers in their field of choice, meet mentors who are LGBTQ+ professionals in that field, build a supportive professional network, and connect with top employers in the tech industry.
The 2021 tech conference takes place October 7-10 and will be fully virtual. There is no application fee, and there is no cost to attend for admitted students.
To be eligible, attendees must:
- Be a current undergraduate (college/university) student
- Demonstrate leadership potential
- Self-identify as LGBTQ+
LEEPS Lab is currently hiring a Programmer Intern. If you’re interested, please apply through this link.
Baskin School of Engineering is looking for student ambassadors for the 2021-22 academic year. Ambassadors meet with prospective students and provide tours of the Baskin School.
Please complete this form if you are interested in applying for this position:
Pay is $14/hr for 8-15 hours per week. Applications will be accepted until June 01, 2021.
The BSOE Undergraduate Student Affairs Office is currently recruiting for peer advisors for next academic year. The Peer Advisor Program is an integral part of the BSOE Undergraduate Student Affairs Unit.
The deadline for application submissions is Wednesday, June 2nd at 11:59PM.
Please visit https://undergrad.soe.ucsc.edu/peer-advisor-search for more information and a job description.
This position pays $15/hr and requires a 5-7 hour weekly time commitment, as well as attendance at mandatory training sessions during Fall Welcome Week.
This will be an in-person position on the UCSC main campus starting in the 2021-2022 academic year. (Interviews for the position will be conducted by Zoom.) Any students declared in BSOE majors, who are in good academic standing, may apply. Students who are currently enrolled in their last major qualification courses and will be declaring in Fall quarter will also be considered.
We are hoping to hire several applicants that have interest in being in this role for at least 2 years.
Why become a BSOE Peer Advisor?
BSOE Peer Advisors are indispensable in:
- providing front-line support services and information
- answering major-related questions
- making referrals to campus services and resources.
Peer advisors also network together to receive advice and encouragement from each other. This is an excellent opportunity! Alumni of our program report that the skills they gained from this position have helped them develop communication skills that have been a valuable part of their engineering careers.
As a Peer Advisor you will:
- Learn about BSOE programs, courses, policies, and procedures.
- Develop professionalism and leadership skills.
- Polish your critical thinking skills and enhance your decision making and judgement.
- Become a more experienced and effective listener and communicator
For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.