IEEE has introduced a new Student webinar series. The focus is on building awareness of what is offered to students and ways students can get involved in IEEE activities.
The presentations will be attached below as they are available.
This webinar, held 28 September 2016, focused on the UCSD Student Branch activities including basic curricula, professional events, technical workshops, outreach, and projects.
This webinar provided an overview of the student program and its initiatives, best practices, membership development techniques, statistics, networking opportunities, and much more.
This webinar, held 18 September 2015, highlighted the "self-contained" kit designed to enable IEEE student branches to organize programs focused on student learning and academic success on campus.
This webinar, held 20 November 2014, highlighted Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) in IEEE. EPICS-in-IEEE is a social innovation initiative that empowers IEEE members to work with non-profit community organizations, as well as high school students, on community service-related engineering projects.
This webinar, held 13 November 2014, highlighted IEEE Student Membership, Young Professionals, and the transition experience.
This webinar, held 17 October 2014, provided training and information on how to form a Women In Engineering Affinity Group at the Student Branch level.
This webinar, held 24 February 2014, highlighted a new offering for IEEE Students. IEEE ResumeLab is designed with a series of modules that will help build a better resume and navigate the employment process.
This webinar, held 30 December 2013, reviewed the training opportunities for volunteers and provided key dates for the upcoming semester for Student Branches.
This webinar, held 12 December 2013, highlighted the elements of STEP and its benefits to the graduating students. Attendees gained a better understanding of the process and components of the program.
This webinar, held 14 November 2013, highlighted key programs within Educational Activities and how Student members can get involved. It provides valuable resources, opportunities, and information within IEEE.
This webinar, held 5 November 2013, presents the details of how to access SAMIEEE and navigate through the volunteer tool. It provided an overview of the various resources and ways that volunteers can use the information to connect with IEEE members.
This webinar, held 28 October 2013, highlighted the Women in Engineering (WIE) program, membership with affinity groups, and student-related activities. The program manager offered support and guidance on the vision of the program for years to come.
The webinar, held 10 October 2013, elaborated on the many benefits of IEEE with a focus on students. This is an overview of what is offered and how to access various resources. Information regarding new benefits was provided.
This webinar, held 27 September 2013, provided information, best practices, and tools for Student Branches to successfully work with their local Section groups in an effort to engage higher-grade IEEE members on projects, activities, and networking opportunities.
This webinar, held 19 September 2013, demonstrated the member experience through myIEEE. The focus was on its benefits, a how-to tutorial, and details on the gadgets. It explored myIEEE from a Student member's perspective.
This webinar, held 26 July 2013, provided insight into leadership at IEEE and addressed the questions: Are you an emerging student leader or a leader wanting to better lead your Student Branch? Interested in seeing where some IEEE students are now?
This webinar, held 23 July 2013, discussed volunteering at IEEE. Students and volunteers learned about resources, rewards, and outreach opportunities for volunteering at all levels of the organization.
This webinar, held 25 June 2013, discussed Student Branch operations, officer duties, and how to engage members. Students and volunteers were able to ask questions, discuss their branch, and share best practices.
This webinar, held 13 June 2013, was an introduction to Student activities at IEEE. It provided information on getting more involved with your Student Branch and IEEE as a whole.