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The IEEE position statement on "Advancing the Global Practice of Science and Engineering" was endorsed on 13 Feb. 2017 by the IEEE Board of Directors in response to concerns expressed by IEEE members around the world. Read full statement.

Check Your Inbox: Responses Requested for 2017 IEEE-USA Salary Survey

2017 Salary Survey

IEEE-USA has emailed invitations to U.S. higher-grade IEEE members to participate in the IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey - 2017 Edition. Data will be collected and the results published later this year. Participants will receive 10 complimentary uses of IEEE-USA's Salary Calculator, which is based on the data collected from the survey. Please check your inbox for an email from IEEE-USA President Karen S. Pedersen, with the subject line "A Special Request from IEEE-USA." The survey closes on 9 May 2017.

Online Career & Talent Expo 17 May - Register Now!

Online Job Fair

Register now for the IEEE Virtual Career and Talent Expo Live recruiting day, May 17th from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM PDT. This unique virtual event links IEEE members to companies looking for individuals with IEEE members' skills and talents. Network with industry professionals and company recruiters from companies like Bell Helicopter, TLC Engineering, General Dynamics and many more! info & registraion

IEEE-USA Looks Forward to Working with Administration, Congress to End H-1B Visa Use as ‘Cheap Labor Program’

IEEE-USA is the largest organization representing U.S. high-tech workers and has long called for meaningful reforms to the H-1B visa program. Today in Wisconsin, President Donald Trump will sign an executive order that moves in that direction.  “We look forward to working with the administration and Congress to help the president fulfill his campaign promise, ‘I will end forever the use of the H-1B as a cheap labor program,’” IEEE-USA President Karen Pedersen said.  more

IEEE Member Benefit: Free April IEEE-USA eBook

As a special benefit to IEEE members, IEEE-USA provides members with one complimentary eBook each month. Through 15 May, members can download at no charge Developing Your People — Commonsense Leadership in the Workplace - Vol. 1: Key Skills. To download your free eBook, go to the IEEE-USA Shop, sign in with your IEEE web account, add the book to your cart and use promo code APRFREE17 at checkout. If you aren't an IEEE member yet, join now for this and other benefits!

IEEE-USA InSight Podcast: Episode 22

IEEE-USA InSight Podcast: Episode 22 features news and information on a variety of topics, including: "whurley" AKA William Hurley; IEEE-USA New Faces of Engineering; Millenial Moment on the Job Search with Victoria Bannon; a Newsmaker Interview with Colonel Mason; Conference & Free Audio E-Book Update with Georgia Stelluto; and product updates on this month's free E-Book, Salary & Benefit Survey and more.

IEEE Students, Young Professionals Learn Valuable Lessons, Have Great Time at First IEEE-USA Future Leaders Forum

IEEE Student Members and Young Professionals heard from one of the original creators of the Internet and learned that it's OK to fail at the inaugural IEEE-USA Future Leaders Forum. Held 28-30 July at Tulane University, the event attracted more than 285 IEEE members and others from around the world. Its major themes were inspire, solve, empower, adapt, lead and connect.

IEEE MOVEs Into Action in West Virginia
MOVE Deploys to West Virginia
At the request of the American Red Cross, the IEEE-USA MOVE vehicle was recently deployed to West Virginia to aid residents in recovery from catastrophic flooding. The MOVE project (short for Mobile Outreach VEhicle) sends IEEE volunteers to communities hit hard by natural disasters and infrastructure failures. MOVE provides technical expertise, rechargeable power banks, real-time survivor information and satellite based Wi-Fi until services can be restored. When not deployed for disasters, it's used for STEM-related activities and more.

Read about this IEEE-USA initiative or volunteer
Donate to MOVE through the IEEE Foundation
Follow the MOVE truck and its deployment

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IEEE-USA's Flagship Publication: IEEE-USA InSight



IEEE-USA is pleased to announce the premiere of our new flagship publication, IEEE-USA InSight. Don't miss stories on the portrayal of engineering and technology in pop culture, STEM role models for girls and young women and why IEEE-USA President Jim Jefferies thinks this is a great time to be a U.S. IEEE member. more

IEEE-USA 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 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 also offers five downloadable industry-specific salary reports along with the new 2015 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Report.
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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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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
 

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