Apply to be the Benton Engineering Homecoming Float Director by Sep. 1

Filed under Student Organizations on August 27, 2017.
Apply to be the Benton Engineering Homecoming Float Director by Sep. 1st
“Here’s the 411″, The Benton Engineering Council Homecoming Float will roll down University Ave on October 6th, 2017. Over 100,000 people will witness this “fresh” float, and it’s broadcasted throughout North and Central Florida! (oh Snap)
Each year engineering students come together and work towards our oldest award winning tradition. The director position is a “fly” opportunity to design and construct a “tight” float.
If you are picking up what I’m putting down, the theme this year is “That’s What I Call Growl,” throwing it back to the 90’s (be psyched).
If you would like to call “dibs” on this year’s director position, please fill out the form below. If you have any questions feel free to contact the BEC Vice President of Programs, Susanna van de Graaf (That my name don’t wear it out).
For more “extra” information:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4xJmQMy8lYVQ0NKcjBod3ZpUVk

Apply to be the Benton Engineering Homecoming Float Director by Sep. 1.

“Here’s the 411″, The Benton Engineering Council Homecoming Float will roll down University Ave on October 6, 2017. Over 100,000 people will witness this “fresh” float, and it’s broadcasted throughout North and Central Florida! (oh Snap)

Each year engineering students come together and work towards our oldest award winning tradition. The director position is a “fly” opportunity to design and construct a “tight” float.

If you are picking up what I’m putting down, the theme this year is “That’s What I Call Growl,” throwing it back to the 90’s (be psyched).

If you would like to call “dibs” on this year’s director position, please fill out the form below. If you have any questions feel free to contact the BEC Vice President of Programs, Susanna van de Graaf (That my name don’t wear it out).

For more “extra” information: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4xJmQMy8lYVQ0NKcjBod3ZpUVk