Mission Statement: To connect freshmen in the College of Engineering with resources that will enhance their academic experience and help them become well-rounded individuals. This committee facilitates personal and academic development by providing opportunities for freshmen to learn new skills that will help them stand out. Through various events and showcases, freshmen are introduced to both academic and extracurricular involvement opportunities that will expand their skill sets and enrich their overall collegiate experience.
Mission Statement: To facilitate events with the purpose of strengthening relationships within FLEG and maintaining the passion that inspired them to join this organization. A heavy emphasis will be placed on maintaining the mentorship program and nurturing the relationship between individual members, both young and old. This committee establishes and maintains a healthy alumni relationship by connecting the alumni to the current state of the organization and involving them in the development of the members within it.
Mission Statement: To provide Engineering students with opportunities to get involved and explore their passions with a variety of student organizations outside the College of Engineering. This committee serves the new class of Engineers at the University of Florida with the opportunity to become more well-rounded and exposed to various organizations non-engineering related. This committee will also co-host open events to showcase different organizations throughout the year, promoting FLEG as a group of student leaders.
Mission Statement: To facilitate the leadership and personal growth of FLEG members, former members, and students in the HWCOE through outreach events created by members of FLEG. In this committee, current and former members of FLEG can propose and lead STEM-related and non-STEM related service events which will benefit the UF and Gainesville community at large.
Mission Statement: To lead the way in providing FLEG and freshman engineers alike with core values and soft skills necessary to propel rising engineers in the professional work field through comprehensive workshops and skill assessments. By imparting essential skills through various events, PND will function as a source of key principles engineers need to acquire to successfully transition from students to members of the work force.
Mission Statement: To expand the reach of FLEG, the impact of its events, and uphold its public image. PA provides committees the resources to communicate effectively with members of the College of Engineering through online media while offering the FLEG class another avenue for skill development through participation in PA with close advising from older members. Only members in their 2nd year and above can join this committee but it is open to the FLEG class’s ideas.