Volunteering


Do you want to be a part of something bigger? Volunteer with the College of Engineering to enhance personal development as well as networking opportunities. There are several places to get engaged:

  • Become a Ninjaneer. The College of Engineering provides engineering related service opportunities for both individuals and engineering organizations involved with the Dean's Cup. Volunteer opportunities are listed below.
  • Join the Cue: Visit The Cue to sign-up or login to access university-wide service learning opportunities.

Robotics:

FIRST is a family of competitions for students K-12. Current UTEP students are needed to serve as mentors/referees and help build competition fields. Professional engineers are always sought to help mentor and be judges for our competitions. To learn more about FIRST visit firstinspires.org.

TCM Green Card holders:

Students are encouraged to coordinate and specifically support the Team Mining Challenge

Dean's Cup:

When individuals sign-up, their points will be designated with the organization of their choice. For the latest Dean's cup listings and events please visit the ESLC Dean's Cup website.

Discover-E & E-Week:

Engineering Students are invited to represent the College of Engineering by giving tours of the institution's facilities and laboratories during E-week.

Order of the Engineer:

Students aid in the "behind the scenes" preparation of the pre-commencement ceremony held for graduating seniors.

Annual TSPE 5K Race:

The Texas Society of Professional Engineers seeks student volunteers in hosting their 5K run fundraiser proceeds benefit the TSPE El Paso Chapter Endowed Scholarship in Engineering.

The following link will take you to our Ninjaneer Volunteer Application powered by the Qualtrics software.
Ninjaneers Volunteer Application

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"Above and Beyond"

On behalf of the Ninjaneer Volunteering program we would like to congratulate the following students for going above and beyond by completing more than twenty hours of service during the 2016-17 Academic Year:

  • Daniel Garcia, Computer Science
  • Mariela Acevedo, Computer Science
  • Raquel Gonzales, Computer Science
  • Rosa Gonzales, Computer Science