The role of the Executive Board is to provide leadership for all the ambassadors.
President: Serves as the main point of contact between faculty and PMEA, along with sponsors and companies interested in PMEA students.
Vice President: Coordinates the different committees and works towards making PMEA a more cohesive group by promoting social events.
Treasurer: Creates a comprehensive budget for PMEA and maintains accurate records of club funds and expenditures.
Secretary: Tracks attendance during PMEA meetings and ensures members are maintaining club requirements.
Public Relations Committee
The role of the Public Relations committee is to promote PMEA events to the campus, community, and general public. PR is also responsible for keeping the bulletin board and website up to date, advertising PMEA across campus, as well as arranging the recruitment meeting for the semester.
Student Events Committee
The role of the Student Events Committee is to organize creative events for Mechanical Engineering students. Each member plans one event with the help of the committee and other ambassadors such as the Sophomore Social, Coffee Chats, ME Recess, Ice Cream Socials, and Jolly Jubilee. SE is also responsible for planning social activities within PMEA.
The role of the Outreach Committee is to teach future generations of engineers about the fun of being an engineer, giving them hands-on experience and a new perspective. Each member plans one event with the help of the committee and other ambassadors such as ME-in-a-box. Each student gets his or her own box with materials inside and must construct a product, like a rubber band car.
Professional Development Committee
The role of the Professional Development Committee is to prepare students to achieve their professional goals. PD runs resume reviews, mock career fairs, research/graduate school panels, and plan of study help sessions.
How Stuff Works Teachers
Members of this committee are responsible for teaching the ME class, How Stuff Works (ME 199). This class is designed for underclassmen to gain hands-on experience and develop their mechanical aptitude by studying the basic engineering principles behind common everyday objects.