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Introduction – Elliott Short Career History Active duty U.S. Army – 10 years (+ Reserve 23 years); Engineer officer Raytheon (incl TI Defense Systems) – 28 years ME design engineer – 3 years Thermal design engineer – 25 years Professional Participation Professional development = Continuous (BSME 1973; MSME 1977; PhD 1994) ASME Fellow (Member since 1973; Student member 1968-73) District E Leader (since July 2010) Deputy District Leader / Member, District Operating Board (2005 – 10); Regional Operating Board (2003 – 05) North Texas Section, Chair (2001 – 03); Exec Cmte (15 years) Heat Transfer Division K-16 Committee, Member (1995 – 2000) AIAA Objectives Understand how ASME can be a part of your entire career. Identify professional development opportunities within ASME. Identify future leadership opportunities of interest to you. Show how ASME facilitates networking. Founded 1880 Purpose: Develop guidelines and standards to prevent boiler explosions First annual meeting: Stevens Inst, Hoboken, NJ First standard: screw threads Started research activities, 1909 Steam tables Metals properties Material strength vs. temperature Fluid meters Members now in 133 countries ASME THE PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY COMMUNITY CONTENT More than 600 Codes and Standards in use One of the world’s largest technical publishers Offers quality professional development programs CREDIBILITY A recognized technical reputation around the world Advises federal and state government on technology related public policies To promote and enhance the technical competency and professional well-being of our members, and through quality programs and activities in mechanical engineering, better enable its practitioners to contribute to the well-being of human kind. To promote and enhance the technical competency and professional well-being of our members, and through quality programs and activities in mechanical engineering, better enable its practitioners to contribute to the well-being of human kind. Professional Societies: ASME International AND Local ASME geographic Districts Promote the art, science & practice of Mechanical Engineering Encourage original research Foster engineering education Advance the standards of engineering Promote the exchange of information Broaden usefulness of the engineering profession Promote a code of ethics The GREAT International Southwest and Rocky Mountain District E of North America Arizona Arkansas Colorado Louisiana New Mexico Oklahoma Texas Utah Wyoming Nation of Mexico *Formerly Regions X (International Southwest) and Region XII (Rocky Mountain) 37 Professional Units 13,883 members 23 Sections (18 active) 18 active: 15 MBF (10 @ 100%) 13 Technical Chapters 11 Subsections (5 active) 3 Groups 90 Student Sections 3090 members 67 US 23 Mexico The GREAT International Southwest and Rocky Mountain District E of North America Engineering Undergraduate Student Graduate Student/Early Career Engineer ASME opportunities at every level! FOSTERING PROFESSIONALISM AS AN ENGINEERING STUDENT THROUGH STUDENT SECTION ACTIVITIES. Learn about the profession from practicing engineers Visit engineering plants and factories Gain valuable leadership experience and other skills that will benefit your career Develop practical experience through ASME design contests and engineering competitions Meet students and engineers from other schools and from around the nation Have fun and enjoy social activities ASME STUDENT MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPING TECHNICALLY ME MAGAZINE - Read about the the latest breakthroughs in ME Technology TECHNICAL DIVISION MEMBERSHIP - Choose one of 37 Divisions that matches your technical interest PUBLICATIONS - More than 2500 titles CONTINUING EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - More than 200 short courses MEETINGS, CONFERENCES, AND EXPOSITIONS - More than 50 each year Professional Development Student Professional Development Conferences Old Guard Competitions Student Design Contest Human Powered Vehicle Challenge I-Show Technical Conferences Contact with Industry Professionals Awards Professional Development Opportunities Early Career Forums (ECFs) Professional Practice Curriculum (PPC) Old Guard Early Career Engineer Essay Old Guard Early Career Award ME Today Newsletter International Outreach Affinity Group LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND NETWORKING By participating in ASME activities, you gain skills and practical experience not taught in classrooms (leadership, organizational, financial). Learn about industries and different technical disciplines from practicing engineers. Meet and correspond with engineers from around the US and internationally. ASME for Engineering Students Leadership Student Section Officer Student Leadership Seminars Hosting an SPDC or SLS SDOB Officer SDOB Leaders‘ Conference Student Sections Committee Committee on Student Development “International Student Development Committee” - contact Andres Rondon email@example.com Leadership Opportunities Early Career Leadership Intern Program to Serve Engineers (ECLIPSE) Senior Section District Operating Board VOLT Academy Leadership Opportunities Advise/support ASME Student Sections and SDOB activities ASME Committees in the Sectors Knowledge & Community Centers Strategic Management Institutes Codes & Standards Committees ASME for Engineering Students Networking Student Section Senior Section Students in Your District Faculty in Your District Technical Communities & Groups ASME Volunteers & Staff Conferences Networking Opportunities Technical Connections Member Connections Districts & Sections Affinity Communities Old Guard (supports ECEs) Linked In & Facebook Engineering for Change ASME for Engineering Students Additional Benefits Travel Opportunities - experience new places and cultures with ASME! ME Magazine – Keep up to date with the latest technologies! ASME – Find sources for course research! E-Library E-Mentoring – Pair up with a professional for 1-to-1 career advice! Scholarships – $50,000-$70,000 available annually! CAREER GUIDANCE On-Line Jobs Database Searchable jobs database by title, location, responsibilities and requirements. www.asme.org/jobs/ On-Line Resources A list of employment search engines and career counseling sites. www.asme.org/member/benefits/onlinecareerresources/ Resume Link-Professional Profile form Post your resume on-line - www.asme.org/member/benefit/resumelink.html FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE National and Local Scholarship Programs ASME Auxiliary Scholarships and Loans Technical Division Scholarships Graduate Teaching Fellowships and Loans More than $500,000 awarded annually Scholarships range from $1000 to $6000 Low Interest Student Loan Rates www.asme.org.students/educate/aid/index.html ASME for Graduate Students E-mentoring Career Center ASME Graduate Teaching Fellowship Graduate Students Affinity Group Technical Papers, Grants, and Awards Affinity Groups Mission Increase opportunities for members with common technical or professional interests to meet, acquire knowledge and network by leveraging online communication tools Graduate Students Affinity Group, Eder Toscano firstname.lastname@example.org / Andres Rondon email@example.com International Outreach Affinity Group, Eduardo Barrientos firstname.lastname@example.org In their own words …. “I've been in this committee for 4 years and (it) was an excellent opportunity to stay involved. I was also the first person of this committee from outside the US.” Eduardo Barrientos, Committee on Early Career Development – Centers Sector What Next? Stay a Member Graduated Dues Structure (1-4 years) International Member Dues Discount (25-50%) “The main thing is to want to get involved and show it.” PROMOTION TO ASSOCIATE MEMBER! Student members are automatically upgraded to associate members upon graduation. All you need to do is keep your contact information up-to-date. (Online at https://www.asmeny.org/memberaddr/html/security.htm or call Information Central at 1-800-843-2763) What Next? Reach Out – show that you want to get involved! Energize your local section Ask your SDOB and District Leader for contacts within ASME Join an Affinity Group(s) Contact your Technical Division and Group Join LinkedIn, Facebook ASME Groups Join Engineering for Change Go on VOBB to see who is looking for someone to help WHAT IS A PROFESSIONAL? A person who applies certain knowledge and skill, usually obtained by college education, to serve humankind. A person who observes an acceptable code of conduct and uses discretion and judgement in performing their duties. A person who has legal status, uses professional titles and associates together in groups with like individuals. THE ROLE OF THE PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY Professional Societies play a pivotal role in fostering professionalism. Professionals band themselves together to: Exchange ideas Improve their knowledge Learn new skills and techniques Meet and network with professionals in other fields and industries Set forth and adhere to a code of conduct Promote the profession and attract qualified persons to enter the profession PERSONAL GROWTH IN TECHNICAL FIELDS Participation in Technical Divisions Authoring publications and papers Discussion and review of papers Support of upcoming technologies Participate in Technical Conferences (Young Engineers’ Forum) Exchange ideas ACQUIRING PROFESSIONAL SKILLS Leadership Organization, planning, logistics Communication, public speaking, writing Financial, cost management Teamwork/interpersonal Motivation/innovation IN ORDER TO SUCCEED, THE ENGINEER OF THE 21ST CENTURY WILL NEED TO REMAIN UP-TO-DATE TECHNICALLY AND POSSESS STRONG NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS! Systematic, controlled discovery is always preferable to random investigation and awkward explanations. Controlled vs Random Experimentation Curiosity is basic to fundamental discovery. An amateur works until he gets it right; the professional works until he cannot get it wrong. TV Ad 2006 STAYING CONNECTED ASME E-MAIL ALIAS As an ASME member, you can sign up for an e-mail alias that remains with you as long as you are a member. If your work or personal e-mail changes, your friends and colleagues never need to be contacted. Doej@asme.org Select “membership” on menu bar of homepage and then “e-mail alias” DISTRICT OPERATING BOARD District Leader B. Elliott Short, Jr., Ph.D., P.E. email@example.com District Advisor John Hawkins, Jr., P.E. firstname.lastname@example.org Deputy District Leaders and State Coordinators West: Eric Smith, P.E. email@example.com Colorado State Coordinator: Fred Smith, Ph.D., P.E. firstname.lastname@example.org East: TBD Mexico: Abel Hernandez-Guerrero, Ph.D email@example.com Training Mauricio Salinas, Ph.D, P.E. firstname.lastname@example.org Jessica Hibbard, email@example.com Alicia “Monse” Monserrat Robles Sanchez firstname.lastname@example.org District Student Affairs Rick Couvillion, Ph.D., P.E. email@example.com SSC Student Rep & SDOB Chair Susan Huppenthal firstname.lastname@example.org SSC Student Rep Rogelio Aguilar Torres email@example.com Webmaster Judi Cobb firstname.lastname@example.org Web Links Early Career Center: http://www.asme.org/Communities/EarlyCareer/ ASME Career Center: http://www.asme.org/Jobs/ Volunteer Opportunities Bulletin Board: http://volunteer.asme.org/vobb/ PeerLink (online & affinity groups): www.peerlink.asme.org Technical Divisions & Groups: http://divisions.asme.org/ Sections & Divisions: http://www.districts.asme.org Engineering for Change: www.engineeringforchange.org Conclusion Take advantage of professional development opportunities Seek out leadership opportunities Connect with engineers around the world “involvement in the society is very rewarding and your ticket to international relationships both personal and business related.” MORE THAN JUST A LINE ON YOUR RESUME! ASME IS YOUR CAREER CONNECTION Financial Aid & Grant Opportunities ASME Scholarships ($100K+) – March 15 ASME Auxiliary Scholarships – March 15 FIRST-Clarke Scholarships – October 20 Low-Interest Student Loans (over $1.5 Million) ASME Loans up to $3K annually - October 15 ASME Auxiliary Loans – Rolling Application Process Divisional Scholarships
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