ACM@UCR - The Association for Computing Machinery at University of California, Riverside
ACM@UCR is a professional student organization focused on Computer Science and Engineering. We help students develop the technical and communication skills they need to get a job in industry. Our mission is to help students succeed in getting the opportunity for an internship or a full time job by offering workshops and events aimed towards that goal.
When are your general meetings?
Our general meetings take place every odd week on Wednesdays for the Fall quarter. These meetings are held at WCH 205/206 from 4PM - 5PM.
How can I become a member?
Visit WCH 226 and talk to one of our officers. Any officer available will be able to sign you up on our membership list. You can also find Benjamin Quach or Clay Yantzer's contact information on our list of officers to set up an appointment. The membership fee is $20. This membership fee does not apply to National ACM Membership.
What are the benefits of becoming a member?
- A T-Shirt
- Priority Registration for limited space events
- Priority Workshop registration
- Ability attend tech tours
- Ability to get lockers
- Reduced price tickets for fundraisers
- Eligibility for points in the points system
How can I become more involved with ACM@UCR?
You can be more involved with ACM@UCR simply by attending any of our events. If you are looking for a volunteer position in ACM@UCR to help with any of our events, please follow this link to fill out a Volunteer Application for Fall 2014!
What is the “Point System”?
ACM@UCR assigns points to each member who participates in any of our events. This includes general meetings, workshops, hangouts, and more! Members with the most points have the opportunity to win prizes! Details about this process are soon to be released.