PEPP Young Engineers Advisory Council
Each year, PEPP YEAC members select one or more projects to focus on throughout the year. The projects are designed to help young engineers in developing their leadership skills and become better engineers or help seasoned engineers learn how to help mentor and motivate young engineers. Through a series of monthly conference calls, the group works as a team to develop this project into something to benefit young engineers, PEPP and NSPE as a whole.
|PEPP YEAC Projects|
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|Mentoring Guidelines for Small, Medium and Large Firms. The goal of this manual is to give structure to and reinforce the positive aspects of mentoring in your organization. >>||Strategies for Member Retention and Attraction. The purpose of this manual is to identify, summarized, and suggest strategies for retaining and growing the membership in NSPE and its various Interest Groups. >>|
How-To Manual for Seminars, Socials and Ceremonies: A Practical, Step-by-Step Guide to Organizing and Hosting Events for Local and State Chapters
As a follow-up to the Retention/Attraction document, the goal of this product was to focus on events designed to attract young engineers and maintain active membership within NSPE at the local, state and national level. >>
|A Guide to Enhancing Professional Development: From College Student to Company Principal. The goal of this guide is to focus on the professional development skills required to be successful in today's engineering world. The document provides not only descriptions of the required skills but also resources that can be accessed to help develop these skills. A follow-up presentation was also developed for this project. >>|
|Engineers in Elected Office Presentation. Based on interviews with engineers who have served in elected offices, the goal of this presentation is to inform engineers how they can get involved in legislature, what can be and has been accomplished by engineers in elected office, and what we as engineers should be doing to support our fellow engineers serving in elected offices. >>||Motivation Factors of Young Engineers: Motivating the Next Generation. After an exhaustive survey of young engineers, this document focuses on educating engineers of all ages on what motivates or de-motivates young engineers throughout the various stages of their careers in hopes of helping seasoned engineers better manage and mentor their staff. A follow-up presentation was also developed for this project. >>|
If you are interested in becoming a part of this group, or learning more about this group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.