Picture from Jan. 15th meeting
None currently scheduled
"Powerpoint" Slides from meetings:
December 11th, 1998
January 15th, 1999
for more pictures from the Dec. 11th Pizza Party:
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Picture of Students who
Links to Other
Links to Other
E & T Clubs and
National Association of
Student Chapter - CSULA
What is NAIT?
The National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) is a professional
organization made up of various divisions. These include: the industry division, the
university division, the community college division, and finally, the student
division. The purpose of NAIT is to support degree programs in Industrial Technology
that prepare management-oriented technical professionals. Industrial Technology
programs typically contain both management and technical curriculum components.
Why Should You Join?
The purpose of the Student Division chapter here at Cal State L.A. is to:
(1.) encourage the professional and social development of its members; (2.) foster
leadership by providing opportunities to serve in responsible positions; (3.) provide for
the infusion of knowledge from sources beyond for college or university settings such as
field trips, seminars, and guest speakers; and (4.) provide opportunities for the exchange
of ideas, experiences, and friendship among members. The Faculty
Advisors for this chapter are Dr. Le Tang and Dr. Virgil Seaman who are both
members of the University Division. This year's president
is Alvin Santos.
Membership in the Cal State L.A. Chapter of the National Association of
Industrial Technology is primarily for, but not limited to students enrolled in the
Industrial Technology - Production program in the Department of Technology. The
membership package includes: a membership certificate, the Journal of Industrial
Technology (JIT) and a membership card. Annual dues are $15.00. Membership
applications can be obtained from the chapter advisors or in the Department of Technology.