WISE: Women in Science and Engineering

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Drop In / Take Ten

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Drop In / Take Ten - October 9, 2012

Science, Math, Engineering & Computer Science Students

You are invited to the Jack And Florence Ferman Presentation Room at the library to meet and network with representatives from professional organizations 3:00-5:00 PM, and have candid conversations with industry professionals during speed mentoring sessions, 4:00-6:00 PM.


Professional Organizations

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We Need You!

You and your members are invited to network with students and answer questions about available resources as they continue their education and enter the workforce.

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How Does it Work?

Bring your banners & PR material to network with students. Electrical outlets and tables, located outside the mentoring room for display materials, are available.

Speed Mentors

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We Need You!

If you are a working engineer or scientist, you have the qualifications to speak with students. They want to hear your personal experiences and ‘real world’ examples. You will interact with students groups of 2-3 students .

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How does it work?

You will be stationed at a table and network with students for 10-15 minutes for approximately 8 sessions. Mentors can work in pairs, and can trade off with folks from the organizational displays.