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2009/03/21 - Young Engineers Forum 2009 - Toronto



 
 


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Mark this Date: Saturday, March 21
Your unparalleled opportunity to expand your professional network! 


 
Too often students graduate from university seeking a satisfying career but never really think about ways to enhance that career. Most often they are not aware of the benefits a professional society can provide them.  The Young Engineers Forum is a chance for students and young engineers to come together in an informal setting to discuss professional development and career options as well as providing opportunities to ask questions to industry professionals. 

 
This year, the ASME Young Engineers Forum (Toronto) will take place at the University of Toronto downtown campus on March 21.  A full-day program consisting of panel discussions, keynote speakers, and social activities give you the opportunity to exchange ideas, network, and explore new perspectives of fellow students and professionals.  

 

Our Program-Packed Agenda Features:

Two plenary sessions:
        Engineers as Entrepreneurs: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly! 
        Wind Turbines: an Engineer's role from Concept to Power Generation

A panel discussion featuring three industry leaders on Entrepreneurship / Innovations / Technical Management - Possibility or a Dream? 

A professional development session on the Outlook for Engineers - the Effect of the Global Economic Recession.



 
 
Date:     Saturday, March 21, 2009                Time:     9am to 5pm 

Location    Room BA1130, The Bahen Centre for Information Technology (U of T Downtown Campus)
 
 
Address:      40 St. George Street (immediately south of Russell Street)  Map

Fee   Early Career Engineers (0 to 10 years experience): $30  (Member), $50 (Non-Member)
            Students: $20 (Member), $30  (Non-Member)
            Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

            Spaces are limited!  Register by March 18 to secure your spot!




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