Oversees running of entire MIT AIChE community. Creates and guides the board to follow the established vision of MIT AIChE, and works with VPs and individual board members to set and reach goals for each position. The President serves as an ambassador for Course X and is expected to attend all events held by AIChE when possible. The President shall be the official representative of the group to MIT and to any other organization.
Helps set vision and goals for all committees that relate to MIT student body. Oversees class representatives and intracollegiate chair and provides resources and guidance for successful event planning and organization. Responsibilities also include undergraduate department-wide event planning and facilitating apparel orders. Helps during class rep elections to encourage people to run for positions. Expected to assist and attend events held by committees.
Helps set vision and goals for all committees that relate to the outside community. Oversees the Corporate Relations Committee and guides the planning of the Course X Fall Industrial Networking Series. Serves as the main point of contact between MIT AIChE and other organizations or clubs.
Handles all financial and administrative aspects of the chapter. Collaborates with the ChemE office and SOLE to determine yearly budgets, process reimbursements, and manage donations. Serves as secretary during meetings, and will preside over meetings if President is unable to attend.
Helps set vision and goals for all committees that relate to publicity of Course X and AIChE. Oversees Freshmen/Alumni Chairs, Webmaster, and ESC Liaison. Responsible for committee functioning and follows up with deadlines, action items, and ensures transition materials and resources are acquired for each position. Serves as the main corresponder for the International Sister Chapter Program. Also responsible for publicizing all AIChE events via email blasts and Course X Calendar.
Organizes events for all ChemE undergraduate students. Responsibilities include monthly study breaks, apparel orders, and undergraduate mixers. Provides support to class reps. Additional duties may include: Course X dinners, faculty/student dinners, adviser panels/lunches, etc.
Responsible for organizing and hosting the annual Course X Fall Industrial Networking Series in collaboration with industry sponsors. The committee serves to maintain ongoing relationships between companies and MIT ChemE students, and functions to help students advance professionally.
Increases involvement of both potential Course X majors and also past Course X alums. Organizes a variety of departmental exploration events to allow freshmen to learn about course X. Collaborates with the ChemE Student Office during CPW week. Also hosts events with MIT alumni to show current students the variety of career options open to them.
Handles and maintains website, requiring a basic understanding of HTML/CSS; updates website with relevant contact information and important dates of events/exams.
The ESC Liaison is responsible for maintaining contact with the regional ESC liaison chair, addressing any issues that arise between the student chapter and region’s chair, and promoting communication/collaboration between MIT AIChE and other AIChE boards in the region.
Responsible for organizing class social events and faculty dinners, publizing AIChE events to each class, and maintaining class morale. Serves as the main point of contact between AIChE and their respective classes.
Oversees Bunker activity by: regularly ordering snacks and drinks; ensuring coffee, cups, utensils, and office supplies are present; encouraging cleanliness; and communicating with VP Finance and with the Student Office regarding relevant student resources.