We’d love to tell you about a program that could really benefit your members--CodePath was founded to help students realize their dreams of joining the biggest tech companies in the world. And that starts by enrolling into our Technical Interview Prep course.
You all know too well that Technical Interviews can be challenging and intimidating, but through our free twelve week virtual via Zoom course, we prepare SWE members to feel confident enough to succeed.
This means an internship at Twitter, Google, or Facebook is all within their grasp, and all you need to do is let them know about the opportunity.
Applications are now open--please share the flyer enclosed with your community or have them sign up online via codepath.org/apply. Together, we can open the door to a world of possibility. And how often do we get the chance to empower others like this?
Bob Jones Trail Survey
We are coordinating a survey to help the County of San Luis Obispo understand the travel patterns along the Bob Jones Bike Trail and the Highway 101 Corridor between San Luis Obispo and Avila Beach.
The results of the survey will be used to describe the expected benefits of extending the Bob Jones Trail under the Highway 101 to connect the trails of SLO and Alvia Beach in an upcoming grant application. We would like to distribute our survey to members of SWE so we can understand how the extension would affect students. This survey should take less than 5 minutes and all answers will be anonymous.
Thank you for your time, and we look forward to hearing back from you.
Kappa Theta Tau
Hey SWE club members! My name is Jean Choi and I am part of a group of students here at Cal Poly that is starting Theta Tau, a professional co-ed engineering fraternity. If you didn't already know, Theta Tau is the oldest and largest Fraternity for Engineers, with chapters across the country and members around the world. Our mission is to develop engineering leaders for Service, Profession, and Brotherhood.
To give a brief overview, we are currently looking for hard-working students that are interested in making a lasting impact on the SLO campus by helping build this fraternity from the bottom up. Our team has a vision of the fraternity being diverse in terms of major, gender, year, and skillset. Currently, we are in the process of becoming a colony and brainstorming events based on our three pillars.
Although this will be a lot of time commitment, you should see this as an opportunity to make a lasting legacy on campus, network with other engineers, build lifelong friendships, and so much more. If this is something that is of interest to you, please fill out the Google Form and we will get back to you shortly.
If you have any questions, you can email us at or personally reach out to me at