SHPE San Diego Familia, The deadline to join SHPE or renew your dues and be eligible to run and/or vote for SHPE National Office is February 15th. If you’ve been thinking about renewing your dues or joining SHPE then I urge you to act now so that you can vote for the new SHPE National President. SHPE San Diego’s upcoming elections is another reason to
Hola SHPE SD Familia, The Casa Guadalajara Happy Hour Social Networking events in December and January have been a great time so we plan to continue having them there every month. It’s a great way to meet the SHPE SD board members, catch up with old friends, and make new friends! Nonmembers welcome! SHPE SD invites all professionals and students to come network! Event Details:
This year’s National Engineers Week (NEW) Banquet will be held on February 22, 2013 at USD from 6:00 – 9:30 PM. Hosting this year’s banquet will be the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, The Society of Women Engineers and The National Society of Black Engineers. Join us at the SHPE table as we “Celebrate Awesome.” Keynote Speakers for the evening are Dr. Ebonee Williams, Lt. Julia Foerster
In the 2012 fall semester, the San Diego City College (SDCC) SHPE Chapter worked together with Pazzaz, a non-profit organization with the goal of academically assisting elementary to middle school students. During monthly visits, SHPE members provided a series of hands-on experiments to introduce Pazzaz students to the exciting world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). In November, SHPE members used a “dry-ice bubble”
SHPE San Diego is proud to shine a spotlight on one of our very own professional members, Viry Martino. A SHPE member since college, Viry held a two year internship with Turner Construction. Upon her graduation Viry was hired full time with Turner Construction in Los Angeles as a project engineer. She recently relocated to San Diego and transferred to Turner Construction’s Estimating Department. Please read on to
On December 14, 2012 a group of SHPE and SWE students from San Diego City College hosted eight students from Garfield High school to Qualcomm in order to explore how STEM graduates can apply their knowledge to private industry careers. Students got a first-hand tour of building M, where they participated in a tour of the manufacturing operations- from circuit board to cell phones. After
Hola SHPE San Diego Familia! The following video from Univision was shared during the Region 2 meeting at the SHPE National Conference and it really left an impression on Luke and I. We are all a part of the New American Reality! Check out the video and share it with your friends, I think you’re going to love its message as much as we did!