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Fulton Student Council (FSC) is excited to host the 34th Annual Engineering Leadership Summit with the National Association of Engineering Student Councils. This two-day event brings 250 multidisciplinary engineering student council members from over 60 ABET accredited universities across the nation to participate in events like Industry and Faculty Speaker Sessions, Industry Tours in the greater Phoenix area, Skills Sessions on hard skills, a brand new Design Competition and Council Chats on topics that impact councils and engineering schools alike.

By supporting Fulton Student Council as they host the 2018 Engineering Leadership Summit, you as a donor will be an integral member of each students’ support system as they seek information, improve themselves through professional development and serve their universities and the engineering community at large.

Any amount of financial support will directly contribute to the impact that the summit will have on the industry’s future engineering leaders and innovators.

Find more information about the Engineering Leadership Summit, or learn how to support the group and their goal.

National Association of Engineering Student Councils Inc. (NAESC) was established in 1983 as an avenue for engineering student councils from around the United States to communicate and share ideas to be more effective organizations at their home schools. To achieve these goals NAESC Inc. works to facilitate communication among member schools, promote engineering education, organize programs and events, provide as a resource about engineering student activities and serves as a collective voice for engineering student councils.

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