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A Final Meeting For Engineering Student Council

Engineering Student Council met for a final, brief session last night. For the final time, ESC Bureau Chief Finn Klauber reports what happened during the ESC meeting.

The main objective of the meeting last night consisted of onboarding materials. Over the past few years, ESC has attempted to solidify institutional memory through the use of transitional documents and meetings with former position holders. This took up the main portion of such onboarding, though plenty of other topics were addressed, including: laptops, contact information, deadlines, meeting times and processes, committees, ESC representatives in the Student Adjudication Board and the Columbia Elections Committee, and Robert’s Rules of Order.

ESC also briefly discussed working with the Center for Career Education (CCE) next year. CCE is very willing to work with both CCSC and ESC. As most positions can find some avenue of partnership with CCE, ESC assembled a list points-of-contact with CCE for initiatives that can begin next year. One idea brought up at last night’s meeting was co-ops in SEAS.

Finally, the First Generation and Low Income Partnership (FLIP) administered a food insecurity survey recently through GS, with the survey highlighting the ways students may be at risk for food insecurity—especially if they do not know how to identify it. ESC is planning on sending out this survey to the SEAS student body as well.

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