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Student Branch Leadership Training Session 1Steven James, MSEE, SMIEEEIEEE Region 4 Student Activities ChairIEEE SAC Vice ChairRegion 4 Student Leadership ConferenceSteven James, R4 SAC Chair [email protected] Mishra, R4 Student RepresentativePurdue University, West Lafayette, INOctober 25th, 2014Student Branch Leadership Session 1 1Thank you to our Host:

Purdue UniversityMichael Hayashi- President (2013) Flor Albornoz Conference Chair (2013); Vice-President (2013)

Other Important SLC Organizing Committee members: Umang Dhanuk; Michael Hayashi, Matt Molo (President 2014), John Lee, Joshua Berg, Spencer Julian, Volunteers: And many others!

If you only remember one thing from my presentationRequires login: https://officers.vtools.ieee.org/tego_/reports/newReimbursementFor Reimbursment:Need ReceiptsMust fill in an expense Report and submit it to Bernie Sander (Region 4 Treasurer) [email protected] It must be approved by me (Steven James; [email protected]) For some of the expenses you must fill in an expense Report and submit it to Purdue Univerisity.For guidance: http://www.ewh.ieee.org/reg/4/travel.php

To stay in touch with R4 SACFacebook has become our main means to update: https://www.facebook.com/groups/r4sac/ Website:http://www.ewh.ieee.org/reg/4/studentactivities.php Email:[email protected] (Steven James)[email protected] (Saurabh Mishra)

Outline of Training Session 1 & 2IEEE History and OrganizationStudent Activities CommitteeStudent Branch Officer Descriptions and Duties (what you must do)Possible Committees

12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013Outline of Training Session 1 & 2Quarterly Regional Student Branch Teleconference Best practices, how the Region can support Branch agendas, etc.STEP ProgramStudent CompetitionsStudent Award/ScholarshipsStudent ProjectsAward/ScholarshipsBranch FundingS-PACs; S-PAVes; S-PAWsStudent Activities Committee Plans for 2013-1014

12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013IEEE:History and Organization10/25/20149

12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013IEEE History10/25/201410 AIEE-American Institute of Electrical Engineers

1912IRE-Institute of Radio Engineers

1963Both merged to become-IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (150,000 Members - 93% in the USA)

1993IEEE Master Brand Worlds largest Tech Publisher +IEEE is more than Electrical Engineers (Computer, Aeronautical, Mechanical, Reliability, etc.)!

Present>430,000 members in more than 160 countries; 50 percent of whom are from outside the United States

12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013(Student Services is part of Member Geographical Activities, MGA in the staff organization)IEEE Volunteer Organization and Staff Organization

Member and Geographic Activities Board (MGA)

http://www.ieee.org/about/organizations/index.html

You are here12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013Region 1- 6

Region 4http://www.ieee.org/about/volunteers/rosters/index_regions.htmlIEEE Miscellaneous InformationStudent Activities Committee

MGA Student Activities Committee Members (World)

MGA Student Activities Committee

Student Branch Administration

Student Branch Administration

Most Important MustRequires login: https://officers.vtools.ieee.org/tego_/reports/newAnother MustRequires login: https://sbr.vtools.ieee.org/report/add_reportActivity ReportingIts Required!Sharing information with your future officers. Will receive a Student Branch rebate/allotmentRebate is $2 per Student member Allotment is either US$50 (for Branches with 49 or fewer members)Or US$100 (for Student Branches with 50 or more members).Read Student Mobilization Report From IEEE SAC ChairIEEE sends quarterly reports to:Counselors, Chairs, Section SAC Chairs, and Section Student representatives.

Latest news, statistics, awards, and competition updatesHelp student activities volunteers promote IEEE member benefits and activitiesStudent Branch Administration

http://www.ieee.org/membership_services/membership/students/officers.html Student Branch Chair Also - Communicates frequently with other Officers and works with Branch Counselor in dealings with the Department and Faculty and local IEEE Section.

Student Branch Vice-Chair

Student Branch Secretary.

Student Branch Treasurer

Student Branch Counselor

Also, promotes student awareness of awards, contests and membership benefits and helps the Branch establish Industrial contacts and works closely with the SAC, Branch Officers, and the Branch Mentor.

Local Section SAC Chair

Important Leadership ResponsibilitySustainability of the Student BranchMake next year better than this year!At year start Have a planNext Years Officers Train this yearIdeaMake sure some officers are not seniorsStrong CommitteesAny other ideas?Having different committees can help you develop a varied, broad-reaching program of activities. Some key committees are:

Student Branch Committees

Most people you will work with on IEEE activities are volunteers. IEEE Volunteerism

BRANCH OPERATIONS

Annual Report to be submitted to headquartersWorkshopStudent Branch Leadership Training Session 2

Steven James, MSEE, SMIEEEIEEE Region 4 Student Activities ChairIEEE SAC Vice ChairRegion 4 Student Leadership ConferenceSteven James, R4 SAC Chair [email protected] Mishra, R4 Student RepresentativeSaurabh Mishra @University of Minnesota MinneapolisOctober 4th, 5th, and 6th, 2013Student Branch Leadership Session 2 1If you only remember one thing from my presentationRequires login: https://officers.vtools.ieee.org/tego_/reports/newThank you to our Host:

Purdue UniversityMichael Hayashi- President (2013) Flor Albornoz Conference Chair (2013); Vice-President (2013)

Other Important SLC Organizing Committee members: Umang Dhanuk; Michael Hayashi, Matt Molo (President 2014), John Lee, Joshua Berg, Spencer Julian, Volunteers: And many others!

Mentorship/Networking Program

Between Young Practicing Engineers and StudentsRegional Activities Student Mentorship/Networking MeetingsRegional Activities Mentorship Kickoff Meetings ProcessRegional Activities Mentorship Kickoff Meetings Process.Regional Activities Mentorship Kickoff Meetings Process.What is the one thing from my presentation I wanted you to remember?Requires login: https://officers.vtools.ieee.org/tego_/reports/newWhat is the one thing from my presentation I wanted you to remember?STEP PROGRAM

Student Transition & Elevation PartnershipRegional Activities - STEPIEEE Student Transition & Elevation Partnership (STEP)http://www.ieee.org/membership_services/membership/young_professionals/step.html http://www.ieee.org/documents/step_manual_mar_2011.pdf Student Branch Awards, Scholarships, CompetitionsTo nominate: My Review Room.Student Branch Awards

Student Branch Awards (continued)

Student Branch Awards (continued)

Student Scholarships (continued)

Student Branch Competitions

Student Branch Competitions (continued)

Region 4 Student Project FundingRegion 4 Support Funds for Student Project FundingSimple Student Project Funding Forms to fill out

Branch Activities

Planning/Executing.Branch ProgramBranch Program (continued)

Branch Program (continued) Branch Planning

64Branch Planning - How do do you do it?

Your Annual Branch Plan is the result!GoalsEventsEvaluateThePlan!Brainstorm!Consider constraintsBranch Planning - Need Ideas?

Branch Planning

Branch Planning

Branch Planning

Branch Planning

The IEEE Student Branch Calendar

Branch Resources

Branch Resources (continued)

STUDENT BRANCH FUNDRAISING FUNDRAISING - Money Sources ($$ and/or in-kind contributions)

FUNDRAISING (continued) FUNDRAISING (continued) FUNDRAISING (continued)S-PACs S-PAVsS-PAWsDefinitionsS-PAC: Student Professional Awareness Conference S-PAVe: Student Professional Awareness VentureS-PAW: Student Professional Awareness Workshop

S-PAC OVERVIEW

What is an S-PAC?

S-PAC Program Goals

Professional Awareness Topics

S-PAC Planning Steps

IEEE S-PAC FUNDING SOURCES --- AN OVERVIEWRegional Activities Board (RAB)Student ActivitiesCommittee (SAC)Other RABCommitteesRSACs RSRsStudent ProfessionalAwareness ActivitiesRAB/SAC/SPAA ChairRegional Director - Regional Student Activities Chair - Regional Student Representative - Other Regional OfficersRegionArea or Council OfficersArea or CouncilOther Areas or Councils in aRegionStudents seek funding fromSection Chair - Section Treasurer/Secretary - Section Student Activities Chair - Other Section OfficersOther Sections in an Area or CouncilIEEE USA Career Policy Council (CPC) Other IEEE USA CouncilsOther CPCCommitteesStudent Professional (IEEE USA/SPAC)Awareness CommitteeIEEE USA/SPAC ChairR1-6 S-PAC Coords. (RSCs)R1-6 S-PAC Sup. Coords. (RSSCs)Two Student RepresentativesRAB/SAC/SPAA ChairRegional S-PAC Coordinatorseeks funding on behalf of studentsNote: IEEE USA/SPAC provides funds for speaker travel. All other IEEE Regions 1-6 funds can be applied to S-PAC operating expenses;e.g., IEEE Student Member subsidies, printing, advertising. Student Benefits From S-PACs

S-PAVe OVERVIEW

What is an S-PAVe?

S-PAVe Program Goals

Ventures

Elements of a Venture Proposal

Venture Budget

Venture Budget Example

Funding and Support Letters

Submission and Review Process

What is an S-PAW?

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SAC Plans for 2014-201510/25/201499SAC Plans for 2014-201510/25/2014100WorkshopWhat is the one thing from my presentation I wanted you to remember?Requires login:

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