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Summer Hours:

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Organization Resources

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 
Website: 
http://aias-wit.weebly.com 
Facebook: 
www.facebook.com/aiaswit

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

WIT ASCE provides a bridge between the professional and academic worlds of civil engineering as well as providing an opportunity to practice skills learned in the classroom in a practical setting.

Meeting Times and Location: Wednesdays, 6PM, Infrastructure Lab Annex North 001
Contact Information: asce@wit.edu 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/129262978239/

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

We lead peer-organized events that explore the latest engineering standards, technologies, and opportunities as a student chapter in the global engineering community— ASME.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: asme@wit.edu 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/253431404779493/

Construction Management Association (CM Club)

We work to expand students knowledge beyond the classroom about the construction industry. 

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 

Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA)

To overall goal of the club is to expand the student member’s knowledge of the mechanical construction industry while also providing them a method of connecting them to professional societies that serve the mechanical construction industry.

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

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)

SAE is a fun positive experience for all types of students that takes what they have learned from the classroom and applies it to creating a mini baja for competition.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: sae@wit.edu 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/500133040060437/ 
Instagram: @wentworth_sae

Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)

We are a society that embraces manufacturing culture and has a strong interaction with professionals in the industry. We are a project based club, that also does fundraising activities and manufacturing plant tours.

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: sme@wit.edu 
Website: http://myweb.wit.edu/sme/

Student Association of Biomedical Sciences (SABS)

The primary purpose of S.A.B.S. is to create an environment for students to collaborate and exchange ideas with a focus towards biomedical sciences, enhance the education of students through exposure of the various disciplines within biomedical sciences, and help students build their knowledge and intrigue of a particular focus through mentorship.

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

Student Association of Facilities Management (SAFM)

The Student Association of Facility Management (SAFM) is a Wentworth sponsored club that encourages members to expand on their knowledge of the Facility Management profession. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: safm@wit.edu 
Website: http://www.wit.edu/facility-management/students/student-club.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SAFMgroup/ 
Instagram: @WIT_safm
Twitter: @WIT_safm

Student Association of Interior Designers (SAID)

Interior design group on campus that fosters exploration within the design community. 

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

Student Association of Management (SAM)

Student Association of Management: Bridging the gap between the academic and professional worlds of business. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD
Website: http://www.wit.edu/business-management/students/sam.html

Wentworth Aerospace Club (WITAero)

WITAero is the official aerospace club of Wentworth. We are a student branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

Wentworth Architecture Club (WAC)

The Wentworth Architecture club is a student-run organization dealing with issues and events related to architecture at Wentworth. The club plans architectural field trips, competitions, and other activities at Wentworth as well as in the greater New England area. The club works closely with the AIAS chapter at Wentworth, representing the voice of the students in the architecture department.  

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: wac@wit.edu 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/543765759098856/
Instagram: @stayWACie
Twitter: @stayWACie

Wentworth Design Collaborative (WDC)

The purpose of WDC is to provide an opportunity for industrial design students to collaborate, network, stay updated with current design news, events and support one another. WDC gives a voice to the industrial design majors on campus. Students are made aware of relevant and WDC affiliated events. The group coordinates and plans events covering topics of interest as the need to desire arises. The mission of such events is for students to network with design professionals, inspire design quality and responsibility, and advance the quality and positive impact of design. 

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

Wentworth Math Club (WMC)

The club for those who just can't get enough math.

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

Wentworth Robotics Club (WRC)

The Purpose of the Robotics club here at Wentworth is to share in the enjoyment of creating robots to compete in various robotics competitions, as well as outreaching to the local community about robotics. 

Meeting Times and Location: TBD
Contact Information: TBD

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