2012 Engineering Mentoring Night held January 25 from 6 – 8 p.m.
Are you studying science, business, applied mathematics, engineering or a related subject with the hopes of pursuing a career in engineering? Are you a prospective student or pre-engineering student with that dream as well? If so, mark your calendar to attend the 2012 NSCC Engineering Mentor Night in the North Star Room.
This free event, hosted by North’s Engineering Club and co-sponsored by the Puget Sound Engineering Council provides the opportunity for you to meet, mix and mingle with professionals from a wide spectrum of industries, companies, practices and specialties within the engineering field.
Engineering Mentoring Night at NSCC gives students and prospective students a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the interdisciplinary and multi-industry relationships between engineers, scientists, research institutions, and business from an engineering perspective. Professional engineers will be on hand to relay their experience in the profession and answer questions posed by students.
Specifically, students and prospective students who attend NSCC’s Engineering Mentoring Night will have the opportunity to:
- See samples of professional engineering work, drawings, photos and products
- Meet professional engineers
- Explore opportunities in engineering
- Gain insight into many different industries and engineering disciplines
- Obtain advice about career pathways in a no-pressure environment
The evening’s activities begin at 6 p.m. with a half hour of networking, during a reception including food and refreshments. The networking reception is followed by brief introductions and a featured NSCC Engineering Alum who will speak and answer questions from attendees. The night concludes with a one-hour discussion, rotating every 15 minutes between 4 different groups.
To attend this free, fun and informative event, please register at http://nsccmentornight.eventbrite.com/
. Students must register right away to select the engineering disciplines that they are most interested in. Any questions can be emailed to Scott Laws, president of NSCC’s Engineering Club at email@example.com.