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Welcome to SHPE Cal Poly

SHPE Cal Poly was established in 1978 as a part of a commitment to the recruitment and retainment of Hispanic engineering and science students. SHPE Cal Poly is an organization in which student leaders and corporate sponsors volunteer their time and efforts to help students and community.

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4th General Meeting

Graphic Arts, Building 26, Room 103
Thursday, November 1st, 2018
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join your SHPE Familia for our fourth general meeting of the quarter! Nidia Vara from Lockheed Martin, one of our very own Cal Poly SHPE alumni, will be giving a presentation on how to be successful at the SHPE National Convention. There will also be a student panel that will share their success stories from previous conventions. Whether you are attending the convention this year or not, this general meeting is a great opportunity for you to ask questions and learn more about it. We hope to see all of you at the meeting on Thursday!

Free food for everyone!

Powerpoint Slides from last meeting

Lockheed Martin Nidia Vara's Powerpoint

See our calendar for all events ›

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SHPE Jr. Committee

Join Us!

What made you want to pursue an engineering degree? Did someone influence your decision? You could be the one to inspire a college bound student to pursue engineering as well. Join the SHPE Jr. Committee to become involved with engineering outreach activities at local high schools!

Email the committee for more information:

Visit the SHPE Jr Page ›

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Tutoring Middle/HighSchool Students


Want to help make a difference in the community? This is an opportunity to tutor younger students! The materials covered at Laguna Middle School are basic math and science and the teacher provides all the necessary materials to be able to help. SLO High School students are looking for help in AP Calculus, AP Physics, and AP Chemistry. Sign up now! Even one hour a week makes a difference.

Times will be announced soon.

Cindy Sevilla Esparza, VP of Community Affairs, for more information or to sign-up: