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Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers - Houston Chapter is a non for profit organization for professionals in science, technology, engineering and math that want to network and meet like minded professionals in Houston and through our national network, as well to developed their career, leadership and make a positive impact in our Hispanic community in Houston.

This is a Meetup group created by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) Houston Professional Chapter and everybody is welcomed to join and check us out!. SHPE Houston is professional non-profit organization that mission is to changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize their fullest potential and impacts the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.

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Volunteers Wanted For Houston Hispanic Forum

George R. Brown Convention Center (GRBCC)

Your time donation is needed for filling available slots as panelists, moderators, and room ushers at “A Day in the Life of an Engineer" panel sessions. These panel sessions will be hosted by SHPE Houston at the Houston Hispanic Forum’s 33rd Annual Career & Education Day (HHF CED). The Event will be held on Saturday, February 16th, 2019. Request: Please send email to Abraham ([masked]) or fill this form, https://goo.gl/forms/yIpzoXKgoij1gZS52, as soon as able letting me know the roles and time slots for which you want to sign-up. There will be a total of 4 sessions lasting 40 minutes each. Three panelist, one moderator, and two room ushers are required for each session: Session 1 - 9:45-10:25 Session 2 - 10:35-11:15 Session 3 - 11:25-12:05 Walk in Q&A - 12:15-12:55 Panelists Role - Engineers or engineering technologists from various branches and industries will speak to students (grades 7th-12th) and parents about what you do every day and what you did to get where you are right now (5-7 minutes plus Q&A). Students will have a chance to interact and ask questions from the group of panelists, moderator, and room ushers such as how to choose a major and university, paying for college, internships, networking, finding a job, etc. (10-20 minutes total for Q&A). Moderator Role - Moderator will welcome the students to the session, introduce and call each of the panelist onto the stage, prompt students to ask questions at the end of all panelists presentation, and keep track of time to ensure sessions don’t run over. Moderator will be able to share own experiences during the Q&A part of the session. Room Ushers Role - Prior to start of the session, room ushers will stand outside the room handing out scholarship flyers to parents and students who walk-by, welcoming attendees into the session, and showing them where to sit. Once the sessions are to commence, ushers will close the doors and support the moderator as needed in keeping the session running smoothly. Room ushers will be able to share own experiences during the Q&A part of the session. Additional Background information: CED is the largest College & Education Day in the Nation that provides opportunity for thousands of youth in our city to learn about career opportunities. The annual HHF CED is the Forum’s signature event with ~15, 000 attendees expected including students, parents, volunteers and speakers. The panel sessions are the heart of the day’s activities in which parents and students learn about career options and college information. This year, based on the feedback from students and attendees, and with your help, we plan on making panel sessions more interactive. We hope that you are able to participate and join us to make CED 2019 the best one yet! Thank you, Abraham Madrigal SHPE Houston, Outreach Coordinator [masked]

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