Join SHPE SFBA for our general meeting on Thursday, May 28. This meeting will be focused on elections for next years officers. We encourage you to attend this event as all paid members will be able to vote for the candidates.
Join us as we listen to each candidate give their speeches of why they want to run for the executive board. Since this will be a shorter meeting than normal, we will be going to a local establishment afterwards to network. If you are a paid member and would like to vote, but wont be able to make it to the meeting please reach out to Aaron Martinez. You must be a paid member to run for any position.
Below is a description of each position:
Outreach Coordinator - Liaison between chapter and community events
Membership Development Coordinator Liaison between our chapter board and our membership.
Student Outreach Coordinator - Liaison between our chapter and university students.
Secretary - Assist in chapter operations / bookkeeping
Webmaster Run our website and assist chapter in IT services.
Treasurer Track chapter finances
Professional Development Coordinator Liaison between chapter and industry to serve our members.
Vice-President Oversee/Assist president in chapter operations.
President Oversee chapter operations / Serve as liaison between our chapter and SHPE National Office.
Join us next Thursday for our general meeting! We would like to announce that Jimmy Galvez, our current SHPE SFBA Vice-President, will be in town and he will be giving a presentation on Project Management. He will also be talking about some of the projects that he is working in the Bay Area!
We will also be having nominations for the 2015-2016 year! If you would like to run or nominate someone, please go to our Google Form or you can also do it in person during the meeting.
This is the fourth and last location for the Exploratorium Family Science Night series.
I personally like working with kids and the field of Engineering for obvious reasons ;)
Activities such as these combine these two passions of mine. If you share this interest, activities like these are prefect for you!
Exploratorium and SHPE-SFBA appreciates any help. These 1hr events are fast-paced and fun!
Hope you can make it out and please let me know if any questions come up.
Purchasing a new home, whether a first home, upgrade or downsizing, it is all a complex process that is constantly changing. SHPE SFBA invites you to learn the steps to navigate the market, and properly prepare for the largest purchase or sale in your lifetime! Be educated to have a happy and successful home buying/selling experience. In this workshop, you will learn the five key components of owning a home. We hope to see you at this workshop!
Please register through the Google Form link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1S9IGMGNPLVhMWH36nd5ftttJbp9qrbSvwoaju6_Djhk/viewform
This is the third Family Science Night location the Exploratorium has picked for the 2014-2015 school year.
Activities normally cover spectroscopes, sound sandwiches, buzzing bees, gyrocopters, and even slime!
Never gets boring seeing the faces of kids light up with these cool mini-activities.
As a reminder, the Exploratorium staff normally takes the lead. We normally work directly with the kids assisting them with these experiments. Lots of kids and their parents attend these nights. The interest is definitely there.
Hope to see you there!
Intel brings you the second Professional Development & Career Series event this Saturday. Come and learn how to "create powerful relationships in Work & Life", and "shutting our the noise and focusing on the signal in all of our many lives". This year, there will be two workshops, which will then be followed by a career fair. The details are provided below:
8:00am - 9:00am Registration / Networking / Continental Breakfast
9:00am - 9:30am Intel Welcome
9:30am - 10:30am Workshop #1-Create Collaboration: 4 Steps to Powerful Relationships in Work & Life
Presented by Tiffany Crawford Founder CREATE Womens Leadership Institute
Cultivate confidence, freedom, and collaboration in your team and leadership. Ignite the best within you and achieve matching results.
10:30am - 11:00am Break
11:00am - 12: noon Workshop #2 - Thanks for your Feedback: Shutting out the Noise and Focusing on the Signal in all of our many lives
Presented by Monica Martinez-Canales, PhD. Principal Engineer, Datacenter Group, Intel Corporation
This workshop, adapted from the book Thanks for your feedback by Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen, will walk you through how we, as receivers, respond to all those message transmitters that exist at home and at work. In this shared journey, we work through all the noise in our everyday lives, to understand how we, the protagonists in our life journeys, can respond in ways that make us grow in our personal and Professional lives.
12: noon 12:30pm Closing Comments
12:30pm 2:30pm Networking
Intel Career Fair
Learn about Intel career opportunities. If you are interested in registering for the career fair, learn more about opportunities, speak to our Hiring Managers and possibly be selected for an onsite interview, please submit your resume by clicking on the following link Intel.com/jobs
Learn about our partner organizations
Dress Code: Casual
To register, go to http://www.eventbrite.com/e/intel-professional-development-career-series-ipdcs-santa-clara-ca-tickets-16048744226?aff=PastiPDCSAttendee
SHPE Members and Friends!
On behalf of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers - Region 1, we would like to cordially invite you to the Regional Leadership Development Conference taking place at UC Merced on March 14th.
The Regional Leadership Development Conference was developed to foster an environment to accelerate and enhance our members leadership, management and technical skills. It is also designed to promote networking to help link SHPEs undergraduate students, graduate students and professionals interested in local and regional outreach with SHPE Members.
The conference features both a student and professional track. For the student track please follow the link below. The professional track features the following outstanding individuals sharing their expertise and innovative approach in delivering effective solutions in entrepreneurship, leadership, and professional development.
Workshop A: Startup: Making the transition, Laura Gomez - Founder - Atipica
Workshop B: Climbing the corporate ladder, Sean Minard - Manager, Store Operations - North America - Google
Workshop C: Manos Accelerator- Achieving a lean startup, Sylvia Flores - Leadership Team - MANOS Accelerator Co-Founder
Workshop D: Motivating and mobilizing a team, Alex Castro - Appirio, CTO
Event Website: http://conference.shpe.org/rldc12015/
SHPE Silicon Valley Event Contact: Please contact Amir Baker at [email protected]
SHPE SFBA Board
This is the second out of four locations the Exploratorium has picked for a Family Science Night.
This particular location got rescheduled due to last month's weather. Let's help inspire kids to pursue a STEM-related field of study at this location on March 12th. These events only take up an hour of your time.
SHPE-SFBA will be hosting our very own Noche De Ciencias (only it's actually in the morning) on Saturday February 28, 2015 at the DeLue Boys & Girls Club from 10AM-3:30PM. We are targeting 100 High Schoolers/MIddle Schoolers from schools from all over (Terra Nova, Jefferson, Westmoor, Leadership, Balboa, etc).
Teens and parents will be separated into their corresponding workshops. There will also be a College Fair after lunch for the teens and parents to feel free to roam around and ask questions. We need volunteers for registration, lunch distribution, clean up, teen engineering hands-on activities, and for the parent workshops. Kermit Lucena (SHPE-SFBA Secretary) is in charge of the Parent Workshops and I have the task of the Teen Workshops.
This is a great way to spend a Saturday. Lunch will be provided to the volunteers. Please let me know if any questions come up. I will be posting the updates here.
Many challenges exist in job hunting and general job searching that can lead to stress and uncertainty. Using his design thinking experience to talk about innovation in the job search, Mr. Eric Ellis has the vision of what are the key elements in landing that job you are dreading for. Some of the topics to be discussed in this professional development event include: What is innovation, how do candidates respond to employers in the modern workforce, what are the expectations of employers in the 21st century, planning and preparation to be a candidate who can successfully land a job, etc.
Bring your resume for feedback and to how to fix it so you increase the chances of getting what you want. He will also discuss possible opportunities at PG&E.