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1. It is free to join the organization.
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3. Picnics, competitions, technical talks and other networking opportunities are all hosted by the chapter, all for free!
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We hold multiple events and projects during the year to aid the technical and professional development of students; from learning to use a soldering iron, to benefiting from resume and interview workshops, to landing an internship or job position through one of our info-sessions.
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