For over 100 years the Engineer’s Club of Kansas City has provided fellowship for engineers and a vehicle to perpetuate our profession through engineering scholarships to area students. The importance of our mission is evident by the many companies and individuals that participate in our ECKC scholarship fundraisers. Please join us to support the engineering profession.
Our Student Assistance Fund supports undergraduate students from the KC metro area that are pursuing an ABET accredited engineering degree. The premier fundraising events of ECKC are Shrimp Bingo (1/31/20 at the Overland Park Convention Center), 1st Annual Fall Golf Outing (TopGolf 11/21/19) and our Spring Golf Outing in May 2020. This past year, we raised approximately $55,000 at these events, and distributed $95,325 in scholarships to 98 students.
The Club also holds a monthly luncheon for networking, professional development and fellowship. The luncheon offers 0.5 PDH for presentations on a variety of topics of interest to the engineering community. Please check this website (eclubofkc.org) for updates, or if you would like to be added to our email list, send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Specifics of our monthly luncheons are below.
When: Generally, the 1st Monday of every month, September through May (Holiday conflicts may result in moving to the 2nd Monday)
Where: Generally, at the Hereford House, 5001 Town Center Drive, Leawood, KS, but verify on our website – (November 4th will be at the Martin City Event Space)
RSVP w/entrée choice to: John Warren, email@example.com
Please consider getting involved in ECKC. Opportunities include fundraising events, monthly luncheons, mentoring events, committee activities, or the ability to directly donate funds to the 501(c)(3) Student Assistance Fund. Join or renew ECKC membership online using the Membership page on our website. New members are always welcome and at just $40 per year, it’s a great value for a great cause!
Your support of Engineer’s Club of Kansas City promotes our mission: to perpetuate the engineering profession by inspiring and assisting the next generation.
Feel free to reach out to any of our Board members if you have any questions about the Club or want to become an active member in our great organization.
Thanks again for all your continued support of ECKC.
Tony O’Malley, P.E., ENV SP
2019-2020 ECKC President