Social Networking for Engineers October 24, 2021 Sponsored IEEE PELS and PSMA
The PSMA Industry Education Committee and PELS will be sponsoring a series of seminars for young professionals to provide them guidance in their professional careers beyond their technical training. The first of these seminars will be held in conjunction with site check-in for the 2021 Power Supply on Chip (PwrSoC) Workshop from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM on Sunday October 24 at the Singh Center for Nanotechnology on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia PA.
This in-person session is complementary for registered attendees of the 2021 Power Supply on Chip workshop addresses the importance of social networking and how to network or connect with people more effectively. It is the first in a series of sessions outside of the traditional engineering curriculum to help engineers further their careers. Students, young professionals, and even seasoned professionals will gain valuable insights and guidance on making meaningful connections with others.
The presenter and facilitator for this session is Ada Cheng. Ada Cheng was an electrical engineer at Motorola for 11 years before transitioning into a market analyst role at Gartner Dataquest. Consequently, she had to learn how to network quickly. As a result of networking, Ada served over 13 years on the APEC committee in various invited roles. Now as a market consultant with AdaClock and Anagenesis, she shares practical advice and tips for engineers to network effectively as part of their careers.
We look forward to the inaugural seminar of the series and encourage all those who will be attending the seminar on Sunday October 24 to bring their business cards – you will be glad that you did.
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