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Communication, negotiation, management and problem-solving are just a few of the valuable skills you’ll learn by taking advantage of Fulton Schools leadership opportunities. You’ll also develop an extended network of references and have positions of responsibility under your belt when you are ready to enter the job market.

Leadership isn’t just about what goes on your resume. You’ll have fun, make friends and contribute to the Fulton community while being a mentor, ambassador, camp counselor, tutor, student council member or entrepreneurial team leader.

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Fulton Schools and Barrett Honors

Many Fulton Schools of Engineering undergraduate students are part of the unique community at Barrett, The Honors College. Honors students enjoy select opportunities to travel abroad, earn scholarships, attend special events specifically for honors students, and receive funding to travel and complete their creative projects/theses. Students have the opportunity to stretch their learning capabilities through a customized honors curriculum.

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Grand Challenge Scholars Program

Grand Challenge Scholars receive the well-rounded preparation needed to tackle complex social issues in the areas of health, energy, sustainability, security and education. Students admitted to the Grand Challenge Scholars Program combine experiences in research, service learning, entrepreneurship and leadership, with the development of a global perspective and interdisciplinary thinking. Grand Challenge Scholars receive a unique endorsement from the National Academy of Engineering upon completion of the program.

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EPICS: Engineering Projects in Community Service

The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS Gold at ASU, is an award-winning community service and social entrepreneurship program. Through EPICS, you have the opportunity to get a hands-on approach to problem solving while making an impact in the community. You will enter the workforce with the ability to design innovative solutions to meet client needs in a dynamic environment.

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Student organizations and teams

If you are interested in fun, leadership, outreach, career growth and networking opportunities, you should check out opportunities with the more than 60 student organizations and teams in the Fulton Schools of Engineering. There are honors and professional societies, diversity organizations, service and major-specific groups, and competitive teams that provide ample opportunities for you to find a group that suits your needs, whether it is gaining hands-on experience working on a team or socializing with peers who share the same passion.

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Student Council

The Fulton Schools of Engineering Student Council serves as an umbrella group for all student organizations registered with the Fulton Schools. Student Council members have the opportunity to develop leadership skills, understand organizational structures, network with Fulton Schools faculty and staff, and serve as a conduit for communication between students, student organizations and the dean to help shape the future of the college.

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Academic Bowl

The Academic Bowl pits teams from ASU’s colleges and schools against each other in lightning-fast question-and-answer rounds. Questions can cover any topic—from world politics and pop culture, to history and geography, to world literature. If you have a passion for learning, possess a wide range of knowledge about various (possibly obscure) topics, and can quickly hit a buzzer, consider trying out for the team. Not only will you have a blast ring off answers in a fast-paced event, but you also have a chance to win scholarship money and the coveted championship title.

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FURI: Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative

As a FURI researcher, you will solve real-world problems; investigate possible career paths; build a mentoring relationship with a faculty member outside of class; gain a competitive advantage for graduate school or jobs and internships; and gain essential skills for career success. Through this paid research opportunity, you will conduct research with a faculty mentor and present your research findings at a semiannual FURI Symposium. FURI allows you to experience every step of a research project from the initial proposal for funding to the final presentation of your accomplishments and hard work

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Fulton Ambassadors

Fulton Ambassadors are a select group of students who support the Fulton Schools as representatives at recruitment events with prospective students and outreach activities. In addition to developing professional and leadership skills, as a Fulton Ambassador, you will also receive a letter of recommendation from the Dean.

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eProjects program and capstones

Through capstone projects and the eProjects program, you will work as part of a team to solve a challenge defined by an industry partner. Faculty and industry mentors will offer guidance and support throughout your team’s project development process. Project results are then presented at the end of each semester, for industry partners and the public to attend.

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Tutors are undergraduate and graduate students employed to help you with your math, science, and engineering classes. Newly remodeled locations offer plenty of free tutoring for all of your homework needs. ASU also offers tutoring online and in your residential hall.

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Career Fairs Volunteer/Employer Liaison

As a volunteer at one of the Fulton Schools career fairs, you will be able to network with recruiting managers and learn more about positions available with their companies. Another way to get involved is through student organizations as an employer relations representative working directly with employers, honing your business communications, customer service and event planning skills.

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Internships and Cooperative Education Program

Gain practical work experience related to your major through experiential learning programs offered by our industry partners in conjunction with the Fulton Schools of Engineering and our Career Center. Internships are usually one summer of supervised work experience related to your chosen career field. The Cooperative Education Program (co-op) is a longer-term commitment that alternates semesters of formal classroom education with major-related practical work experience, thereby helping students make the school-to-work transition. These opportunities foster professional, personal and skill development, and are usually paid.

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E2 Camp Counselors (E2C2s)

E2 is an innovative program that welcomes all freshmen to our Fulton Schools of Engineering community. Upper-division students serve as counselors for this fun, multi-day, off-campus program. E2C2s help incoming students learn skills that are important to their success in the Fulton Schools of Engineering through a variety of fun and interactive activities.

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Peer Mentors

All freshmen—whether living in one of our residential communities, commuting to campus, or enrolled in our online programs—are assigned a peer mentor who provides referrals to academic resources across campus, hosts events to ensure new students feel connected to the Fulton Schools, and guides freshmen through the transition to ASU. See what Peer Mentors do.

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Peer Career Coaches

Peer Career Coaches are trained to help other students explore career options in their major through one-on-one meetings and by facilitating workshops that will help prepare students for a future in engineering and technology. These students help navigate the career-related opportunities available to rst year students and connect you to resources for internships, jobs and career events. See what Peer Career Coaches do.

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Undergraduate Teaching Assistants

The Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UGTA) program hires successful undergraduate students to serve as teaching assistants in Fulton Schools of Engineering classes. UGTAs assist faculty members by leading, engaging and mentoring students in exploratory and collaborative learning activities within the classroom and lab environment.

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Fulton Schools Startup Center

The Fulton Engineering Startup Center empowers all Fulton Schools undergraduate and graduate students to advance their entrepreneurial ideas for the benefit of our economy and society. The Startup Center offers signature entrepreneurship and innovation courses, workshops, expert mentoring, new venture competitions, and other curricular and extracurricular events that expose students to the concepts of technology innovation and marketplace impact.

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