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617-989-4080
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Fall & Spring Hours:

Monday- Thursday 8:15am-6:30pm

Friday 8:15am-5pm

Summer Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:15am-5pm

Organization Resources

Want to start a new Org?

Are you interested in starting a new student organization? Email Jen Cheng, Program Advisor to schedule a meeting and get started! 

Academic Organizations

Academic Organizations are focused on academic pursuits, and typically are associated with majors of study at Wentworth. These groups connect classroom content into real life application through programs, conferences, and competitions.

American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)

The Wentworth AIAS chapter strives to make connections with other AIAS chapters across the country and collaborate with the professional AIA chapter to broaden our educational experience beyond the classroom.  Forums and conferences hosted across the country each year provide the opportunity for students to attend workshops and training sessions with professionals while developing invaluable relationships with architecture students from a variety of universities.  AIAS also performs voluntary work in the community with projects in tandem with Freedom By Design to help others in need by employing the skills we have acquired at Wentworth.

Meeting Times and Location: tbd
Contact Information: aias@wit.edu 

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Interested in helping design a steel bridge? A concrete canoe? Meeting professionals? Learning more about civil engineering? Then join ASCE, we participate in two competitions each year, the steel bridge competition as well as the concrete canoe competition. We also allow you to meet professionals in the field and learn more about civil engineering.

Meeting Times and Location: Wednesday, 6PM, Infrastructure Lab Annex North 001
Contact Information: 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

The purpose of our group is to promote the development of students' technical skills as well as leadership qualities. We aim to advance our members professionally through field trips to local engineering facilities, seminars with practicing engineers, student competitions, and community involvement.

Meeting Times and Location: 
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Construction Management Association (CM Club)

The Construction Management Club is multi-faceted.  The club is an academic club committed to bettering Wentworth students.  The CM Club accomplishes this by participating in industry professional lectures, construction job site visits, student competitions, and volunteer work.  The club strives to provide Wentworth Construction Management students with the opportunity to explore the construction industry outside of their day to day coursework thus increasing their professional network, their understanding of the industry, and their potential to be successful in the careers.  

Meeting Times and Location: tbd
Contact Information: TBD

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE)

The IEEE chapter of Wentworth Institute of Technology prides itself on pursuing the fascinating world of technological innovation through learning and especially hands on application. This chapter is known for its involvement in institute wide advancement in technological learning in the fields of electrical, computer, as well as mechanical engineering through peer-to-peer help, professional seminars, and hands-on lab application. The key values of Wentworth's IEEE chapter include access to cutting edge information, equipment, lab access, networking opportunities and exclusive member benefits. Any member involved in this Wentworth chapter will be sure to benefit greatly from its growing society.

Meeting Times and Location: tbd
Contact Information: ieee@wit.edu 

Wentworth Math Club (WMC)

The objective of the Wentworth Math Club is to encourage members of the Wentworth community to develop their inherent mathematical skills. WMC’s ambition is to assist members in advancing their mathematical intellect. Focusing on the ability to relate mathematics with the real world, WMC will encourage members to become involved in related mathematical experiences and research. Furthermore, WMC aims to provide a forum for members and enthusiasts to demonstrate their mathematical abilities.

Meeting Times and Location: tbd
Contact Information: http://myweb.wit.edu/mathclub/file/index.html 

Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA)

Wentworth's student chapter is part of MCAA. Every year we have a team that competes in a student competition. The group is great for making contacts with possible employers and offers amazing experience for any major. 

Meeting Times and Location: tbd
Contact Information: TBD

National Association of Home Builders (WIT NAHB)

The purpose of this organization is to expose the members and the Wentworth Institute of Technology community to the technology, practices, and applications of the residential construction and development industry. The group will focus on new technology, practices, information, and ideas related to building residential structures, typically homes. This chapter is a student run organization that is affiliated with and in collaboration the general chapters of The Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB) and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).  

Meeting Times and Location: tbd
Contact Information: TBD

National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)

The purpose of the Student Chapter is to introduce and promote electrical contracting among students with the intent to abide by:
1.   To develop and foster both fellowship and leadership among the members of the chapter.
2.  To develop a closer relationship between the faculty and students and act as a service org. for the Construction Mgmt. & the Electrical Engineering Departments
3.  To support the Student Chapter and the activities of the Student Chapter.
4.  To support activities throughout the year to members and their guests.
5.  To provide greater familiarization with the Electrical Contracting and Construction Industry, its methods and ideas, and to encourage social and an educational interrelationship between the university and the Electrical Contracting and Construction Industry.
6.  To promote professionalism and prepare students for active, responsible participation in the Electrical Contracting and Construction Industry.

Meeting Times and Location: tbd
Contact Information: TBD

Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

The Wentworth Institute of Technology SAE Club, or Society of Automotive Engineering, is dedicated to teaching students about automotive engineering through hands on experience and visual representations. This will include speakers from the industry, instructional seminars and the ability to take part in designing a formula SAE SCCA Autocross car as well as a Hybrid RC car. We will also be teaching the history, modern use, and future automotive technologies through videos, field trips and discussions. The club has always adapted to the requests of its members and will continue to do so in the future.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)

SME is a hands on club dedicated to exposing students to manufacturing engineering and providing extracurricular projects to get involved in.   They frequently take trips to local manufacturing facilities, and have hands on events such as welding and casting days.  This year they will be building an automated PCB Milling station complete with robotic arms and automated fixturing. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: 

Student Association of Facilities Management (SAFM)

The Student Association of Facilities Management is a group of young professionals dedicated to networking with industry leaders. Being in the heart of Boston, we are ideally placed for meeting such people. Proud members of the Boston chapter of the International Facilities Management Association, SAFM members fine tune their knowledge of the industry and learn to communicate at a level respected by all industry professionals who meet our members at networking events and conferences. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: safm@wit.edu 

Student Association of Interior Designers (SAID)

The Student Association of Interior Designers is a great opportunity for you to open doors for yourself. We travel, we network with professionals, and we get the inside scoop on what our lives will be like after graduation – we also work hard, have fun, and see lots of great design. You need not be in Interior to join us – Designers of any scale or media are welcome.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The society of women engineers is a group for all women on campus. Being a school with majority male students, a club such as SWE is a place where women can go and meet fellow women on campus and have the opportunity to become involved. SWE offers the chance for female students to learn about the opportunities available for women engineers. SWE also helps women to express their love for engineering and share that love with the community they are a part of. SWE offers the chance for female students to network with companies around the area, and allows them to excel in a field that is mostly male dominated. SWE is a club that women can get involved in that will help them excel as a woman in engineering and is a club they can use as a resource to get them started in their career. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Wentworth Aerospace Club (WITAero)

Wentworth Architecture Club (WAC)

WAC is focused on emerging relationships amongst students of different concentrations and academic years and bridges the gaps between students and professors.  Fostering an environment where interaction and collaborations can occur.  WAC is focused on the internal collaborations between those of the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction Management.  The club shall focus on bringing groups of interest together outside the academic learning environment.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: wac@wit.edu 

Wentworth Association of Managers (WAM)

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