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Help Boost Your Career with IEEE



IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEE's highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.

Join Northumbria University IEEE Student Branch in partnership with IEEE as they host a practical and insightful talk on how to boost your career with help from IEEE.

Plus, we will be celebrating IEEE Day too! All those who register and attend, will be invited to Habita Student Union following the session for FREE pizza!

This FREE talk will cover the role that the IEEE and IEEE Xploreplay in an engineer's education and career. It will highlight specific resources available to you whilst at Northumbria University to stay technically current and discuss the benefits of membership with the IEEE and Student Branch activities. It will also discuss:

  • Effective networking techniques
  • Career fair tips
  • Job search tools available from the IEEE
  • Tips to make your CV more appealing to prospective employers
  • Ideas to help you stand out from the crowd when applying for jobs
  • IEEE Collabratec - a social networking tool for engineers
  • IEEE Scholarships, awards and competitions
  • The benefits of authoring with IEEE
  • Library tools, resources and expert knowledge

It will include practical examples and case studies from students, researchers and engineers. There will also be prizes and giveaways!

The speaker, Paul Henriques - Client Services Manager at IEEE, will be visiting the UK from the USA to provide this talk. In addition, you will be able to learn more about Northumbria University IEEE Student Branch and its activities.


Who should attend:

  • Undergrad students, postgrad students and researchers
  • Those studying/doing research in all aspects of engineering, computing and medical areas
  • IEEE Student Branch members at the University
  • Academic staff keen to learn more to support their students
  • All others who would find this talk of interest - All welcome!

Reserve your place today!



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