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Joe Brown II
Joe Brown II ’11, former president of Dallas A&M Club, led the club to establish the Dallas A&M Club Endowed College of Engineering Scholarship. | Image: Courtesy of Joe Brown II

The Dallas A&M Club is home to around 30,000 members, including first-generation former student Joe Brown II. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 2011 with a computer science and engineering degree, he worked with a few different engineering companies in the Dallas area. Eventually, he joined the Dallas A&M Club, where he was elected president and helped guide the establishment of the Dallas A&M Club Endowed College of Engineering Scholarship.

“The engineering program is what originally drew me to Texas A&M, but my overall experience as a student kept me around,” Brown said. “While I was in school and since graduation, the Aggie Network has helped enhance my career.”

Brown served as the 2022 president of the Dallas A&M Club. During his time as president, this position in the club allowed him to help choose where the funds they raised were distributed throughout the year. Ultimately, this led to the establishment of the Dallas A&M Club Endowed College of Engineering Scholarship.

This fund provides us a way to give back to some well-deserving students from the Dallas-Fort Worth area to help obtain their respective engineering degrees.

Joe Brown II

The Dallas A&M Club has had a few club presidents who are Aggie engineers, as well as many other members all around their geographical region. This informed their decision to provide a scholarship for the future Aggie engineers in their area on behalf of the club.

“An engineering degree from Texas A&M speaks volumes and is recognized all over the country,” Brown said. “My experiences with Texas A&M have helped me take advantage of the opportunities presented as well as help other Aggies uncover opportunities.”

With this scholarship, Brown and the members of the Dallas A&M Club hope to provide students from the Dallas-Fort Worth area with the opportunity to achieve their goal of becoming Aggie engineers and continuing to make a significant impact in the country.

“Giving back to the school that provided our members with so many life experiences, friendships, network and career opportunities was the primary reason we chose to establish a scholarship at Texas A&M,” said Brown. “From personal experience, I know the financial impact of a scholarship, so now I am excited to lead the club in helping deserving students achieve the full Aggie experience.”

How To Give

Endowments supporting students in the college have an immeasurable impact on their education. If you are interested in supporting the College of Engineering and its departments or would like more information on how you can give, please contact one of our development officers.