RESUME WORKSHOP – MOCK INTERVIEWS – NETWORKING WORKSHOP
The SHPE Silicon Valley & San Francisco Bay Area Professional Chapters cordially invite you to energize your career and join us for a one-day seminar to improve your skills: resume writing, interviewing with recruiters and navigating a career fair. This year the event will take place at Santa Clara University.
Join SHPE SFBA for a FRIDAY night Social! There will be a salsa lesson at 6:30p and dancing thereafter. Luis Aguilar 2X world Salsa Champion and world renown dance teacher and performer will be conducting lessons.
Food and drinks available for purchase. $6 cover charge at the door.
Join us for Latino Engineering Day/Día de la Ingeniería, a family-friendly collaboration between the Exploratorium and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) celebrating engineering!
This all day festival combines panel discussions, presentations on the science and engineering heritage of Latinos, and playful activities such as making scribbling machines. This annual, drop-in program is conducted primarily in Spanish and provides opportunities to meet with prominent engineers in the Latino community.
If interested in volunteering at the event please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/cMab1g
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, SF Bay Area Chapter invite you to join us for our next general meeting at Mass Mutual in Walnut Creek. Hope to see you there!
Taxes by Monica Buenrostro (10 minutes)
Student Debt Solutions by Alberto Cianfichi (15 minutes)
Retirement Planning by Eric Gross (15 minutes)
Q&A (10 minutes)
Break (15 minutes)
Engineering Guest Speaker
Networking (20 minutes)
Food and refreshments will be provided. Pleasant Hill BART Station is within walking distance.
We want to invite students and professionals to be part of the Fall 2018 MentorSHPE Mixer at the University of California - Berkeley. Professionals will have the opportunity to share their experiences of transitioning from student life to professional and provide advice/insight on how to prepare for the future. Students will have the opportunity to get exposure, expand their network and the opportunity of a long-term mentor. First half of the event will be a traditional Q&A panel. The second half of the event will be "speed dating" style, where mentors will rotate between tables so students can ask questions in a smaller setting.
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, SF Bay Area Chapter invite you to join us for our next general meeting at Syska Hennessy Group. We will have a Principal Engineer present on advanced technologies in Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Engineering. Hope to see you there!
Calling all SHPE professionals in San Francisco and surrounding Bay Area! Please join us for our Fall Kick off Mixer. This will be our first official event of the year and we can't wait to have you join us! Light appetizers will be provided.
Our next general meeting will be this coming Thursday, May 24th at Macy's Technology in San Francisco. We will allow time for people running for board positions to give their speech on their qualifications. We will be providing drinks and snacks. Hope we can see you there!
We will be co-hosting a STEM event at the Boys and Girl club to participate in STEM activities to get the kids' minds and imagination going help us nourish the next generation for STEM innovators and professionals.
We need Volunteers to work with the children in workshops over the span of 2 hours and volunteers to assist various other tasks in between. Also, we are going to be having 3 professionals panels for the children and willing to take questions after talk about their path to Engineering ( and personal background).
MentorSHPE 2018 will support students from around the Bay Area to build skills needed in their future careers in engineering by speaking and networking with professionals that are currently working in the field. We ask professionals to volunteer their time to share their experiences to provide insight of what the transition from student life into working is like. Students welcome advice from professionals about how to prepare for a future with an engineering degree.