Mentorship remains a key tool in SES as it has proven to be a successful means of preparing engineering students with relevant skills and knowledge for ease of entry into the job industry.
Mentorship and pragmatic learning through internships are therefore focus areas for SES.
The SES Outreach is part of the Society of Engineering Students(SES) sub-committees and
its members are endorsed with the responsibility of reaching out and educating high school students about the engineering courses offered in Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.
Women in Technology, a committee that seeks to empower the female members of the Society.
It focuses on providing a platform where they can share ideas, be inventive, creative and innovative. This enables them to gain relevant knowledge and skills.
SES projects is the beating heart of the society of engineering students.
It is the only place where we get to grow and nurture our skills as engineers to become better engineers and forge a better future. It is where great minds meet to turn ideas into reality, dreams into tangible objects, and vision into a whole new thing.
One of the core objectives of JKUAT SES is to enable the enhancement of its member’s soft skills- particularly Public Speaking and Leadership.
It is with this in mind that this committee was incorporated into the Society as an extension of the Toastmasters International Organization.
This committee is responsible for handling all SES publications including those on the website, the periodical SES magazine, and the regular Pen-Updates that cover topics on engineering and technology.