IEEE GOLD to Host Upcoming Webinar

IEEE GOLD is hosting a webinar on October 19, 2010 on Emotional Intelligence.  If this is something that you are interested in you can register for free as a service of your IEEE membership using the link below.

IEEE Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) invites IEEE members to attend an upcoming Webinar:

“Emotional Intelligence,” presented by Alice Fuscaldo. Why do smart people do dumb things? Is IQ the only predictor of success in life and work? The speakers will attempt to answer some of these questions and become aware of the business case for learning and applying emotional intelligence at work. Topics include the nature of emotional intelligence and how the brain works, the four dimensions of EQ, and developing and applying self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management skills. This event will be held on Tuesday, 19 October 2010, at 2:00-3:00pm EDT (13:00 UTC).

Information about this Webinar and other future and archived Webinars can be found on the IEEE GOLD Events Web page

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ITT IEEE Student Branch Visited Comcast

ITT Student Branch at Comcast Head Office in SpokaneOn August 26, 2010 the ITT IEEE Student Branch along with IEEE members visited the Comcast Head Office in Spokane. It was a quite a learning experience! The Comcast staff not only prepared an outstanding presentation and a fascinating tour, food and gifts – they also made us feel welcomed.

We had great discussions about technologies and various human aspects of the work that service providers do on a daily basis.  It is possible that some of our students will be working for a service provider once they graduate from school. Now we all know now what it takes to deliver Internet/Video/Voice to our homes !

Comcast in SpokaneThank you, Comcast !

ITT Students Are Forming a New Branch

Hello, Everyone

The ITT students are forming a new student branch.

ITT IEEE Student Branch is at the first stage of its formation. We are looking for IEEE members who are willing to donate their time mentoring some on-going engineering projects at ITT and being  guest speakers.

Also ITT students are studying for A+, Network+ , Cisco exams. We are looking for individuals who had obtained those certifications and are willing to share the experiences on how to effectively prepare for the exams.

If you are interested in helping the IEEE Student Branch  - email Olga
Mill ( and Randy Douglass   ( ).


Comcast Trip On August 26, 2010ITT Students at the meeting on August 10, 2010

We are looking for two IEEE Volunteers to join ITT students during a field trip to Comcast.

Date :  Aug 26, 2010
Time : 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Location :  1717 E Buckeye Ave
Spokane, WA 99207
Reserve by Aug 24 by emailing to

Parking : by the Comcast building; street parking.

IEEE Virtual Career Fair

The IEEE Job Site is having a Virtual Career Fair from February 22, 2010 till March 22, 2010.  Head over to the website and check it out.  They have tremendous services to help IEEE Members find the career that best fits your skills and lifestyle.

IEEE Media Recruitment Services are the ultimate technical professional recruitment resource.

  • Employers can gain immediate access to over two million engineers, managers and business leaders in the technology marketplace by combining print and electronic advertising opportunities in IEEE Spectrum, IEEE Spectrum Online, and other IEEE publications and Web sites.
  • Hiring managers at more than 4,000 leading corporations and organizations in fields ranging from ASIC design to weapons system development to transportation use IEEE Recruitment Services – Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, Agilent Technologies, AMI Semiconductor, Raytheon, General Electric Research, Google, just to name a few.
  • IEEE Members who post their profile and resumes on the IEEE Job Site receive an e-mail when an employer posts an opening that matches their requirements.  This service is available exclusively to IEEE Members.

IEEE Members who use the IEEE Job Site say:

“I found many openings I did not see on other job search engines.”
“It allows me to find jobs in my specific field of engineering.”

I have used the IEEE Job Site myself a few years ago when I was looking for a change in career paths.  For Electrical Engineers there isn’t a better site out there.  It is not cluttered with horrible descriptions and 1000s of irrelevant job postings like the other sites out there.