Monetary donations or purchases of Mountain District Stickers and Pins all goes to support our many student initiatives!
There are seven chartered Sections within the Mountain District. There are fourteen chartered ITE student Chapters in the District (click the Chapter link to access their website for more information):
- Arizona State University
- Boise State University
- Brigham Young University
- Montana State University
- Northern Arizona University
- University of Arizona
- University of Colorado, Denver
- University of Idaho
- University of New Mexico
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- University of Nevada, Reno
- University of Utah
- University of Wyoming
- Utah State University
Student Leadership Summit
The 8th Annual Student Leadership Summit (SLS) will be held in Bozeman, MT the weekend of April 9 to April 11, 2021. The SLS brings together students, industry professionals, and academic experts in the urban planning and transportation engineering community for an exciting weekend of presentations, networking, and social events. All Universities, regardless of District, are encouraged to attend this event.
The summits are entirely planned by students, for students. Montana State University (MSU) is proud to host the 2021 Student Leadership Summit. Join them at MSU for an evening of networking and entertainment on Friday, then head over to conference activities!
Program details and registration information will be posted as they become available and can be found here: www.mountainite.org/SLS2021.
Student & Young Professionals Awards
Numerous opportunities are available for students and young professionals to compete for awards, to obtain funding for travel expenses to Annual Meetings, and to network with transportation professionals. The following awards will be presented in 2021:
- Young Member of the Year Award (due March 15)
- Daniel B. Fambro Student Paper Award (due March 1)
- Student Chapter Award (due March 1)
- Student Chapter Momentum Award (due March 1)
- Outstanding Undergraduate Student (due April 15)
- Outstanding Graduate Student (due April 15)
- Outstanding Educator Award (due April 15)
- Student Traffic Bowl
5 Reasons to Become a Student Member
Free professional development webinars on current topics delivered by content experts.
Mentoring program that matches you with a professional based on topic area and your personalized needs.
Access to the ITE Career Center new job and internship postings everyday and Virtual Career Fairs.
A subscription to the ITE Journal which is our award-winning monthly publication, ITE Community which is our virtual network connecting over 15,000 transportation professionals, and our library of resources on technical topics.
Connect with professionals at the local level and hone your networking skills.
Learn about the next ITE Student Leadership Summits and find out how to host one.
Find out more about ITE Collegiate Traffic Bowl.
This report form contains the minimum information required to be submitted each year by each Student Chapter to ITE Headquarters and the District in which the student chapter is located. You may use a copy of this form – filling in the blanks and adding attachments as appropriate – or, if it is more convenient, submit the same information in a format similar to this form. If your Student Chapter desires to be a candidate for the annual ITE District and International Student Chapter Award, you are encouraged to prepare a supplementary report that describes your Student Chapter activities in greater detail that is requested in this report.
The ITE Mountain District is fundraising by selling pins and stickers with the cool new MDITE logo for the MDITE Student Fund. We’re asking $1 for the stickers and $5 for the pins and hope you’ll help support our many student initiatives by visiting HERE. Stickers and pins will be distributed by your local Section/Chapter president for pickup at your next event.
- Diversity Scholars Program. The purpose of this program is to increase underrepresented populations participation in the transportation profession by supporting increased diversity at the undergraduate level. Diversity in transportation is critical as practitioners seek to fully understand the transportation needs of communities in the development of equitable mobility improvements to many areas of our society. See this link for more info: https://www.ite.org/membership/diversity-scholars-program/