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CompE Weekly Email

Happy Thankgiving!

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  1. Extra-Life Gaming Marathon
  2. Curling Bonspiel
  3. Solder Workshop
  4. Edmonton Startup Week
  5. Army Communications Part-Time Positions & Info Session
  6. New Logo…?

1. Extra-Life Gaming Marathon

Extra-Life is a 24-hour gaming marathon in support of children's hospitals. We will be playing for The Stollery Children's Hospital starting at 4pm on October 25 till 4pm on October 26th. You are welcome to play anything from XBox to Settlers of Catan, and with a $10 donation you will have access to food and drink for the event.if you have already raised over $100 this fee is waived. We will be taking over ETLC E1-003 and E1-013. Don't forget to join the team at UofA Engineering Students as we game for a cause.

2. Curling Bonspiel

The Computer Engineering Club Curling Bonspiel will be taking place on November 15th, at the Granite Curling Club. Entry fee is $30/person, with teams of 4 – this includes dinner, equipment rentals, a free tutorial for beginners, and lots of prizes! We highly encourage everyone to sign up early, since there are a limited number of teams in the roster.

Registration is open at the Computer Engineering Club (ETL E2-040M)!

3. Solder Workshop

We are working with the Edmonton New Technology Society to have some soldering workshops for students to learn to solder or improve their existing skills. The project and date will be decided on soon. Please email Andrew at social@compeclub.com (mailto:social@compeclub.com?subject=I'm%20interested%20in%20Soldering!) if you're interested - we would like a rough estimate, so please email even if you have nothing to say.

4. Edmonton Startup Week

Startup Edmonton is hosting a Startup week from October 20th to the 24th. For more information, see their schedule (http://edmontonstartupweek.com/#schedule) .

5. Army Communications Part-Time Positions & Info Session

41 Signal Regiment is a Canadian Army Communications Regiment based out of Edmonton. They have over 10 entry-level positions in the Army Communications and Information Systems Specialist Trade. This trade provides communication support to other Army through radios, line, and information systems equipment. They train on Wednesday evenings and Weekends as well as conduct full time training in the summer months. All training is paid. They also have a tuition reimbursement program that offers up to $2000 per year up to 4 years for students. There is no required period of service.

For information on positions see the Candian Forces Website , or come to their information session at the LCol Philip L. Debney Armoury (address below) on 22 October, from 7:30pm to 8:30pm. RSVP by October 21 by emailing join1sqn@gmail.com .

8403 Roper Road NW, Edmonton

We're looking at changing our logo, and we want your help! We have some ideas at this point but nothing we can all agree on so we want your ideas too. If you have any sketches, Photoshop masterpieces or any other design that might work as our new logo send them our way, to Brittany at internal@compeclub.com . You have until TOMORROW to get your submissions in, so don't hesitate to send us your ideas! Winning entry will receive a free (retro) CompE jacket!