Check out these resources!
SHPE strives to provide our members with everything to succeed. So please feel free to use the links
and information below. We always welcome other resources that we can share with other SHPE members, please
contact us to add them to this page!
Please visit this google doc for more information on internet access, education, and storage help during these tough
FYSEP has come up with a great sheet full of information on how to succeed at working remotely. Find all kind of
information and tips on internt access, textbooks, remote tech issues, transitioning to home, your personal health
and so much more.
Numerous course sylabi collected by SHPE members available for your convinience. Keep in mind that courses
vary depending on the proffesor and term.
Notes from a 5th Year Financial Aid event held in 20X. Event was a Q&A session involving someone from
Thayers Financial Aid office.
The SHPE Exec Board has compiled a list of internships (both info and applications) which can be viewed by clicking the link.
A comprehensive list of conferences (Engineering, CS, etc) compiled by SHPE Exec Board member Jason Carpio.
The Center of Professional Development has set up funding for remote learning internships and research. Please look at
the spreadsheet for specific details and information.
The Dartmouth Center for Social Impact has announced remote internship funding. Students that apply must work with a
nonprofit domestic to the U.S. Application deadlines vary per term, please visit the link for more information.
A great list of nationwide resources created by UndocuScholars
A great scholarship and community. Applications open in the fall, please visit the website or contact SHPE Secretary
Jose Hernandez for more information.
This is a great list of resources for undocumented students in the Chicago-land Area.
Mental Health Resources
"The Counseling Center recognizes the pain, fear, anger, and anxiety you may be feeling right now. Students are
reminded of the following campus resources to turn to for support."
If you are a part of FYSEP reaching out to either Jay or Tony is a great start. They are wonderful people that can
offer different types of support and lead you towards the right direction.
"Do you have a student in urgent need? These offices are your starting point for referrals and consultations."