|TRB Funding Meeting Thursday November 11thNovember 18th Meeting at AnticosTraffic BowlOpen PositionsTRB Funding Meeting Thursday November 11th
ITE will be hosting a meeting Thursday November 11th from 11:00 AM to 12:00PM in SEB 122 on funding for TRB.
Food Will be provided
To obtain funding for TRB please:
1) Join this meeting
2) Email Ron at email@example.com if you have a conflict and can not attend on November 11th.
3) Fill out the TRB interest form if you have not done so already.
4) There will be $20 dues charged to those obtaining funding from TRB. Further information on how to pay these dues will be provided.
If you are presenting at TRB, you will also be able to obtain funding through SGA.
November 18th Social Event at Anticos
This event is within walking distance of campus, but if you need a ride please contact Ron Knezevich at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
GAITE is planning to hold a virtual traffic bowl date is TBD, but it will take place during lunchtime in November. The following link from the Texas chapter is a good example of how a virtual traffic bowl will be conducted for students interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdjvCtFzGh0
GAITE traffic bowl team members are eligible for all ITE@GT membership benefits without any meeting attendance requirements. If you are interested, please feel free to contact Ron (email@example.com)Two positions are opened in ITE at Georgia TechSocial Chair: Planning and coordinating all social activitiesCommunity Service Chair: Planning and coordinating all community service activities Thank you to Norfolk Southern for sponsoring ITE@GT in the 2021-2022 school year! Norfolk Southern operates approximately 19,500 route miles of railway and the most extensive intermodal network in the East. Check out their open positions and potential opportunities. https://jobs.nscorp.com/search/?createNewAlert=false&q=&locationsearch=Atlanta&optionsFacetsDD_dept=&optionsFacetsDD_customfield1=&optionsFacetsDD_customfield2=&optionsFacetsDD_customfield3= ITE@GT aims to:foster professional development through interaction with local professionals and the statewide Georgia Section of ITE,encourage community involvement by taking part in philanthropic activities, supports academic and social interaction between students and,promote undergraduate student interest in the field of transportation engineering.Our meetings and events are open to all Georgia Tech students. Due to the social distancing, ITE@GT is free to join ITE this year. Membership is required for TRB funding and scholarship opportunities to motivate more people to joinStay updated by liking our Facebook page and by subscribing to our email list.Copyright © *|CURRENT_YEAR|* *|LIST:COMPANY|*, All rights reserved.
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