Position – Career Growth is a Two Way Street
The ASME Senior Piedmont-Carolina Group
The Student Group of ASME at UNCC
Learn how to take a different look at planning your Career direction as a Professional Engineer for today’s time and the future.
Saturday, April 25th 8:30 a.m. til 2:00 p.m.
EPIC Building, room G287 Click for Campus Map
(Coffee, juice, Danish in the a.m. – Lunch at noon) Presenters:
9a.m. til 11a.m. followed by Q&A time
Neidra Rogers -
(University of North Carolina at Charlotte – BS, Business Administration, Management, Human Resources)
Manager, Human Resources
Special Metals – Welding Products Division, a PCC Company accompanied with Engineering Staff Members
Lunch – noon til 1p.m.
1p.m. til 2p.m. followed by Q&A time
Panel of experienced Engineers from various industries expand on
“Career” decisions made with both prior and current employers.
Why, how they arrived at their decisions.
What they would do different? What’s their advice for the future?
Cost: $25.00 Senior Engineers (Membership in ASME not required)
Events Calendar for 2015 Calendar Year
(Speakers, Topics, Plant Tours will be announced)
Senior Group Dinner Event Thursday, May 21st TBA
Joint Senior Group – Student Group Dinner Event
Thursday, April 16th
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
UNCC Campus – Woodward Hall
From the www. through manufacturing this has an effect on all of us. Used in R&D, the manufacturing floor, logistics in shipping, consumer purchases our future is influenced by “big data” daily.
Senior Members and Students from the UNCC ASME Student Group joined the class of Dr. Mirsad Hadzikadic on Complex Adaptive Systems and learned about where all of the digital data comes from as well as how we can benefit from the information. Some to be used, some to toss out. Like most tools, it has a place and like most tools it’s the wrong tool for the wrong job.
Click on the link below to visit our Dinner Events, Plant Tours for 2013 – 2014.
ASME is hosting a Career Development Conference in partnership with the ASME Student Member Group and UNCC Theta Tau on Saturday, April 25th. This one day conference will give aspiring engineers, Young Engineers the opportunity to learn from practicing engineers about how to set and achieve career goals. Presenters and panelists will include project managers, consultants, and manufacturing engineers from companies both large and small. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. There is no cost to attend this event for ASME student members in good standing.
Piedmont-Carolina is a Sponsor of
Professional Development Benefit for
Members – ASME Piedmont-Carolina Group
Extended Academic Programs of UNCC.
The courses offered carry PDH Credits and should be of interest to all Engineers. You will find additional information at: http://continuinged.uncc.edu/.
An additional benefit of this sponsorship.
ASME Members will receive a 15% discount on any and all courses offered.