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Book Hotel Room by 20 April for IEEE-USA Annual Meeting and InnoTek 2014 Technical Conference for Discounted Rates
The early registration deadline has passed, but you still have time to register for the IEEE-USA Annual Meeting and InnoTek 2014 to be held in Warwick, R.I., 15-18 May. This year's annual gathering of IEEE leaders and volunteers will include sessions on running IEEE programs, membership and government relations. The first Innovations in Technology Conference (InnoTek) will be held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting, focusing on emerging trends in technology. Please book your hotel room by 20 April to take advantage of the discounted rates. register now | book room

U.S. News STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference (23-24 April)
IEEE-USA is proud to be a supporting organization of the U.S. News STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, taking place in Washington, D.C., 23-25 April, in conjunction with the USA Science & Engineering Festival. For the third year, leaders in education, policy and workforce development will convene to advance the national STEM agenda. IEEE-USA invites you to help shape our nation's future, and has negotiated a special program rate for its network of contacts who register using code: IEEE14.

Special Offer for Graduating Student Members: Three Free E-Books and Five Uses of IEEE-USA's New Salary Calculator
Through 1 May 2014, IEEE-USA is offering graduating student members three free e-Books from its Engineers' Guide to Lifelong Employability series, as well as five complimentary uses of our new salary calculator. Start building the career you want. more

USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo
Don't miss the 3rd USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo — 26-27 April 2014 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. — hosted by Lockheed Martin. Explore science & engineering with more than 3,000 fun, hands-on activities in fields like robotics, genomics, advanced manufacturing, 3D printing and more. Other highlights include over 100 stage shows featuring Dirty Job's Mike Rowe, Basketball legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar and many others. more

IEEE Member Benefit: Free IEEE-USA E-Book (April)
As a special benefit to IEEE members, IEEE-USA is providing members with one complimentary E-Book each month. Through 30 April, members can download at no charge Communicating with Congress – How to Build a Relationship with Your Elected Officials (2010 Update). Check your email in-box for this month's Today's Engineer Email Update for the download link. If you aren't an IEEE member yet, join now for this and other benefits!

Winter 2013 Issue of IEEE-USA in ACTION
The Winter issue of IEEE-USA in ACTION is now available online. You may also download a PDF of this issue for offline reading. And our new app for iPad and iPhone is available through the Apple App Store.

IEEE-USA Careers & Employment Flipboard: A Roundup of Career Guidance for IT Pros
IEEE-USA's Career & Employment Issues Flipboard aggregates career advancement and job-hunting advice for current IT professionals, as well as guidance for those new to the industry. IEEE-USA's Flipboard also covers entrepreneurism, hiring tips, industry trends and more. more

IEEE-USA Launches New Salary Service
IEEE-USA has partnered with Industry Insights, a leader in salary surveys and research, to launch a new and enhanced salary service featuring several new products. Users will now have a choice of two calculators — one that employs the regression model, and a new calculator that allows you to select individual filters to calculate your compensation directly from the salary survey's raw data. IEEE-USA has also released five downloadable industry-specific salary reports along with the 2013 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Report. more

IEEE Election Results: IEEE-USA President-Elect, 2014, and  IEEE-USA Member-at-Large, 2014-2015
U.S. IEEE members have selected James A. Jefferies to serve as IEEE-USA President-Elect, 2014. Pending acceptance of the Teller Committee's report by the IEEE Board of Directors on 24-25 November, Jefferies will begin his term as IEEE-USA President on 1 January 2015. He will succeed 2014 IEEE-USA President Gary L. Blank. U.S. members also selected Thomas G. Habetler to serve as 2014-2015 IEEE-USA Member-at-Large. more

What are You Worth to Your Employer? 2013 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey Now Available
The 2013 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 26th compensation study published by IEEE-USA on U.S. IEEE members' income, salary and benefits. The report, with responses from more than 11,000 members, is critical for accurately understanding current and long-term compensation practices in the profession, and how those practices affect individual engineers. The salary survey is aimed at HR professionals seeking the most up-to-date salary and compensation data to assist with their personnel management, and is also useful for individual members who are interested in finding out how their compensation compares to others within their cohort. more

New Promotional Video: ‘Putting the I in IEEE-USA’
IEEE-USA has been striving for nearly 40 years to support the professional interests of U.S. IEEE members. How we do that is captured in a new video, "Putting the I in IEEE-USA," where you will find the "I" in IEEE-USA is all about you. more

Follow IEEE-USA on Social Networking Sites
IEEE-USA has established a presence on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook to help U.S. IEEE members follow the organization's activities and keep them apprised of the latest news and events that are affecting their careers and the profession.

Career Resources For IEEE Members
Unemployed or concerned about your future? Check out the following resources to help you with your career and employment: IEEE-USA Career Navigator, IEEE Job Site, Employment and Career Strategies Forum and the IEEE career page.  For further information contact Ed Kirchner, Chair Employment and Career Services Committee or Scott Grayson.

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