Who are we?

    The Society of Software Engineers is a club for anyone majoring in, interested in, or just curious about software engineering.

    We hold a variety of both social and professional events all year long. Some of the more prominent ones are our Resume Blitz and Mock Whiteboard Interviews in the fall, and several company tours throughout the Winter and Spring quarters. These give students an opportunity to first perfect their resumes, then practice interviewing (with the potential to be selected to move forward), and finally use those skills to network with local companies.

    For those with more specific interests related to programming, we have even more clubs to suit your needs! Abigail Draper is in charge of the Game Development Club, where students join together and build their own games. Nicholas Johnson leads the Competitive Programming Team, where members practice answering logic puzzles and programming-related questions, then go compete against other schools’ teams. Jonathan Paulick leads the Website Development club, where students can contribute to building and maintaining SSE’s very own website.

    Whether you’re looking to find new friends in your major, do some networking with local companies, or develop your skills, SSE has something for you. Be sure to join our Slack here, Discord here, and MSTeams team here as those are the platforms we use to communicate our meeting information. So, be sure to stop by those meetings to see what is happening in the world of SSE!