Thank You to our Industry Partnership Council Members
IPC Members at SHPE 2016 National Conference
As we close out 2016, SHPE wants to send a big thank you to our Industry Partnership Council members.
The Industry Partnership Council (IPC) is an integral part of Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) achieving our organizational mission. Together we have provided thousands of Hispanics with career opportunities and increased the number of Hispanic students pursuing STEM in our continued collective effort to diversify the workforce of today and the future.
Highlights NILA 2016
For three decades, the National Institute for Leadership Advancement (NILA) has consistently produced technical leaders capable of achieving success within SHPE and their professional careers. Continuing the legacy, this year’s crop of newly elected officers received the knowledge, skills and inspiration to change lives in their local communities.
Thank you to our Industry Partnership Council Members and other sponsors for their contributions and commitment to advancing Latinx in STEM.
Conference Provides Opportunity for Hispanic Engineering Students
BALTIMORE —Area Hispanic engineering students had the opportunity to gain valuable experience at the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers annual conference.
It's impossible to know what these students are making because it's something that has never been created before.
"We are building a marshmallow cannon," engineering student Julian Zuluaga said. It is part of something called the "Extreme Engineering Challenge."
"It's competitive," Zuluaga said. "There are 10 teams. Each team has a company representing them."
Ingenieros Latinos Quieren Atraer Más Estudiantes a las Carreras Tecnológicas
Chicago (IL), 10 nov (EFEUSA).- La Sociedad de Ingenieros Profesionales Hispanos de Estados Unidos (SHPE) invitó esta semana a 6.000 estudiantes a su conferencia anual en la ciudad de Baltimore, Maryland, con la meta de acercarlos a carreras tecnológicas y trabajos altamente calificados.
"Necesitamos más talento hispano altamente calificado para atender la demanda del país", declaró hoy a Efe el director ejecutivo de la sociedad, Richard Morley.
Desde este miércoles y hasta el domingo, la sociedad reunirá a estudiantes, profesionales y representantes de corporaciones en el Centro de Convenciones de Baltimore, Maryland.