The Latin American Engineering Student Association Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (LAESA-SHPE)

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About Us

LAESA–SHPE is the largest and most prominent undergraduate student organization at The City College of New York. In 1983, a group of dedicated students, to unite all Latino and other minority engineering students, share cultural ideas and promote leadership, founded LAESA within City College. In 1986, LAESA joined forces with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) to better achieve their goals and connect with a larger body of professionals. This partnership has flourished over the years and today, LAESA is a firm supporter of the SHPE core values, while remaining true to its original mission. With over 150 members, LAESA-SHPE has been able to gather motivated students from all engineering disciplines and a diverse pool of cultural backgrounds. This dynamic group of students, alongside their highly supportive alumni members, has had many achievements at The City College of New York and within the community. Some of our accomplishments are listed below:

Some of our accomplishments are listed below:

Academic Development & Leadership Yearly Programs

  • Developing Excellence in Academics and Leadership DEAL Program since 2000
  • Information Technology Program since 1990
  • Mentorship Program since 2018

Community Outreach Program & Events

  • Pre-College Engineering Day since 1994
  • New York Institute of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics since 2001
  • Noche de Ciencas since 2017
  • First Lego League since 2001
  • LAESA Jr. Chapters at Manhattan Bridges High School and George Washington High School since 2019

Leadership Representatives within SHPE

  • Region IV Regional Student Representative: 2001, 2003, 2004, 2018
  • Region IV Sub-Regional Student Representative: 2000, 2006, 2018, 2019

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Officers

44

Members

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Events

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Emails/Newsletters

5 Pillars

  1. Academic development
  2. Professional Development
  3. Chapter Development,
  4. Leadership Development,
  5. Community Outreach

Our Team

Joseph Barba
Advisor
Jensy Maldonado
Secretary
Rosa Herrera
Vice-President
Kyle Persaud
Treasurer
Alex Guerrero
President