Hello! Welcome to our organization, if you’re a student I hope you can find a place in it, if not I hope we can work together. ESSCO is an organization that represents Ontario’s engineering students on matters of common interest. We advocate to professional associations, academia, and government to improve our education and experiences.
A bit about me, I am currently on a work term at Septodont-Novocol Pharmaceuticals for 16 months in the Capital Projects Department. I study Mechatronics Engineering and Management at McMaster University, and completed my fourth year of five this past April. I’ve been heavily involved with ESSCO since just after my first year of school.
My goals for the year are grounded in organizational development. I will be focusing on creating platforms for researching and preparing stronger stances on issues facing engineering students. These topics will come from the council, however, my interests include Experiential Learning, Affordable and Transparent Tuition, and Mental Health Awareness and Support. I would like engineering students to have a unified and researched voice across the province so we can have a long term impact that extends past the terms of myself and my colleagues.
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VP Finance & Administration
I am currently on a 16-month co-op work term at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) in the Flight Research Laboratory (FRL). I’m in between my third and fourth year of Mechanical Engineering with a Minor in Business at Carleton University. I am very excited to be working with this year’s ESSCO Executive team as the Vice-President Finance & Administration! In my previous academic year, I was Vice-President Finance of the Carleton Student Engineering Society (CSES) where I gained an abundance of knowledge regarding student societies and financial practices. In conjunction to this, I was a Head Facilitator for Carleton’s Engineering Orientation Week. I have also gained a great deal of knowledge and experience through my minor in business and working as an Engineering Project Manager at the NRC. Currently, I’m the Carleton Undergraduate Engineering Student Equipment Fund (CUESEF) Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAAE) Department student representative. In this position I allocate funds with Carleton’s Engineering Faculty staff members to student groups and fourth year projects for various equipment and supply needs. Additionally, I am the Council Chair for CSES where I am exposed to additional administrative tasks as well as student society policies and procedures. I will be working towards finalizing ESSCO’s relationship with OSPE to establish our bank account with them, implement an investment portfolio for ESSCO, implement more detailed financial policies, and continue working towards a more streamlined financial recording process to ensure every penny is accounted for! On my down time, I enjoy playing volleyball and cooking!
Hey there, welcome to ESSCO. My name is Ramganesh Ragupathy, friends call me Ram. This year I have the privilege of working for 15-member schools as their Vice President of Services in ESSCO. I will be working with the member schools and their representatives to make sure we facilitate more accessible and wholesome conferences. I am a 4th year Aerospace Engineering Student at Ryerson University. I’ve founded 2 start-ups, one of which is being incubated at iBoost, one of Ryerson University’s incubators. I’ve worked with the Ryerson Engineering Students’ Society, and the Ryerson Students’ Union. I am looking forward to bring in more corporate partnerships to ESSCO, and revitalize our outreach mechanisms. With a great year ahead of us, feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns that you may have; you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org