Young Professional Update from Iraq
November 4, 2015

It was not long ago that we reported on IEEE Young Professionals in Iraq and their struggles. With this article we wanted to update all IEEE members on the situation there and some their activities. Despite the raging war and instability our IEEE members are still making the best of their time. IEEE Iraq section and […]

10 soft skills to define your early career
September 28, 2015

It is 9 am Monday morning and for many people it is a day just like every other. However, it is late September and in the southern hemisphere (in my case Australia) it is summer internship application period. During the last two weeks of September I will meet with dozens of students looking to secure one […]

Central Europe in focus at CEuSYP
September 14, 2015

Continuing the tradition of Central European cross-section congresses, after Linz in 2011 and Opole in 2013, this time Central European Student and Young Professionals Congress (CEuSYP) was held in Croatia, from May 8 to 10, 2015, at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb. This Congress edition was attended by 80 participants – student […]

Finished study? Where to next?
September 5, 2015

You have your necessary engineering tertiary qualification; check! You are a member of various engineering related organisations; check! You are actively partaking in numerous co-curricular activities; check! ……. however you are struggling to ‘land’ that first job, relevant work experience and job ready skills. This is the problem facing many current graduates from all over […]

GOLDRush

It’s 11:56am on Saturday 25th April 2015, when a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook Nepal from within and brought the landmark Dharahara Tower to rubble within seconds. So many of us, oblivious to the aftermath of such a powerful earthquake went about our daily lives, giving no thought to one of nature’s most disastrous events, killing […]

News

Today we are highlighting some very exciting Young Professional activity in Uganda with Mr. Ezabo Baron who has been driving the Engineering Projects in Community Service program (EPICS). Can you please briefly describe the IEEE community in Uganda? The IEEE Uganda Subsection was formed in 2013. In the last 2 years the section has worked closely […]

Continuing Education
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
June 3, 2015

Today’s story is about a group of talented IEEE Young Professionals from the Technical College of Kirkuk (Iraq), who, amidst all the instability, invested their attention to developing future leaders. IEEE Senior Member Hussein Al-Bayati along with the Member Development Officer Ahmad Alaiady and the Deputy Chairman of Iraq Sections Dr. Sattar Sadkhan delivered an […]

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