Gabriel Rodriguez, chair of the LatinX in ChE Community and a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Colorado, talks about the group's aims and how it has already begun to make a difference.
Career Advice for YPs and Students
Hear from Ben what chemical engineering means to him, what skills he thinks an engineer should possess, and understand how mentorship has been important to his career.
Four AIChE students went to Washington as WISE interns this year to learn how government officials and engineers can work together to bring about better public policies.
Understand how to boost your chances of making the cut when responding to chemical engineering job postings, and learn how to optimize your overall job search strategy.
Teni Butler has served as Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) practitioner and has past experience supporting chemical manufacturing/production and in customer facing technical sales.
Hear why he became a chemical engineer, what skills have help him most in his career, and the most important skills for chemical engineering students.
Learn how better process safety knowledge can make you a better chemical engineer and better job candidate.
Use these interview tips to get a strong start when seeking a chemical engineering job by communicating who you are, what you're seeking, and why you're a good fit for the job.
Did the Great Resignation affect chemical engineers? How has the median income of chemical engineers changed? Find out answers to these question and more.
Want to improve your communication and leadership skills? Get experience presenting your thesis and make new connections with other chemical engineers with the 3MT® Competition.
Find internships, connect with new chemical engineering career opportunities and paths, access member-only benefits for your job search, and more.
While not commonly associated with sales and marketing, chemical engineers' training actually provides important and useful skills for marketing and sales careers.
Chemical engineers’ ability to work with fine detail makes them a good fit for quality management careers, whether in quality assurance or quality control. Learn more about these career opportunities.
The tools of networking have changed, but the importance and principles of building trusted contacts and support remain critical to chemical engineers throughout their careers.
Worried about the questions you'll be asked? How about the questions you should ask the interviewer? Read on for advice for chemical engineers.
Having a plan and knowing what you want to accomplish are key to a great résumé. Read further for tips for building a plan that can help get the chemical engineering job you want.
Looking for a mentor? Maybe the right approach is a team of mentors. Understand how relying on multiple people can serve you even better as you navigate career growth.
Longtime columnist Loraine Kasprzak moves on to other career goals of her own, but she leaves us with some of her very best advice from over the years.
Incorporating LinkedIn into your career strategy can help you prepare for ongoing volatility and uncertainty.
Has the pandemic caused a career setback or undesirable job situation? Regroup and rebuild with these career tips to turn a seeming roadblock into an opportunity.
By keeping these three points in mind, you can shorten the path to building a strong and successful business.
This month, CSB safety video recommendations, shared stories about unexpected career turns, and thoughts on machine learning applications.
This month, discussions about networking groups for young chemical engineers, an inquiry on tips for organizing nationwide student events online, and more. Ask your questions and share your advice.
Reframe your job search based on what a potential employer needs and how you can fulfill that need. Check out these six tips for highlighting your value.
By creating a system to keep your home and office organized, you simplify your life and reduce stress. Find tips here to declutter and keep things organized.
Apply your chemical engineering skills to the job search with these practical tips for finding a new job in the era of COVID-19.
Have or need tips on using AI to solve technical problems? Looking for advice on how to search for a chemical engineering job in these unpredictable times? Find these conversations and more on AIChE's Engage.
All it takes is one misinterpreted email or one sour text to derail a project. Keep an eye on clear and respectful communications to make your job easier.
Which career opportunities allow chemical engineers to work in bioengineering? How about opportunities in agrochemicals? These discussions and more top the list this month.
After 20 years of working from home, I've noticed that faulty communication is often the culprit when something goes wrong. Reassess your communication strengths and weaknesses to make working from home easier.
Wondering how to get a chemical engineering internship? Want to know how to make the most of an internship? Answers to these questions and more.
An undergraduate degree in chemical engineering offers many options, from traditional engineering jobs to less conventional choices to graduate school.
There's a lot more to networking than shaking hands and trading business cards, and when done right, it will bring more to your life than just business contacts.
Interested in a career that focuses on entrepreneurial businesses? Hear tips for students and young chemical engineers that will fuel your success.
As the workplace has evolved to open workspaces, proper office etiquette is more important than ever. How do you rate among your coworkers?
How fast you advance in your career often relies on how well you negotiate. Hone your skills with these negotiating tips.
These tips will help you find and profit from experiences that are important for making career decisions and for building a career in chemical engineering or biological engineering.
A great business card—for students and professionals—is the ultimate ice breaker and can keep the conversation going beyond the first meeting.
These tips for leading a multidisciplinary can make conducting an assessment far easier and more efficient.
Asking for help has benefits beyond simply accomplishing the task at hand. Learning to accept help and delegate are important for success in work and life.
Cari Parker of Eastman Chemical Company shares lessons from her own career and gives advice to young chemical engineers building their own careers.
An impressive lineup of women leaders gathered at GCPS in New Orleans to discuss career paths, challenges, and and more.
Networking remains one of the most effective ways of finding a job, changing careers, or keeping up with trends in industry and research.
Check out new career advice and technical information developed expressly for young chemical engineers.
Chemical engineering professionals are increasingly pursuing advanced degrees, but it's not necessary to go directly into a grad program after earning a bachelor's.
An ever-changing chemical industry presents challenges for both new and established chemical engineers. Hear thoughts about keeping up with the pace of change.
Covestro SVP Demetri Zervoudis discusses the company's main values and how they apply to individual chemical engineers building a career.
AIChE's Hailey Murphy chats with with Jeffrey Hubbell about the award he's won, and also discusses with him good leadership and advice for young engineers.
There's a lot of advice on getting an internship, but here's some great advice on how to make the most of an internship once you get one.
Discussions on Engage range from technical subjects to career advice. This month hot topics include writing great emails, courses and degrees beyond a bachelor's, and more.
Discussions on Engage range from technical subjects to career advice. This month hot topics include simulation software, PE licenses, online courses and degrees, and involvement in student chapters.
A motivated team is a productive team. Read on for more insights on how to build strong motivation that will help your team reach its goals.
Motivation can be nebulous, appearing and then simply disappearing. In a team environment, it is vital that you ensure it stays put to drive results and reach goals.
Millennials will soon be the majority in the workplace. Learn how some companies are embracing their best attributes.
Discussions on Engage range from technical subjects to career advice. This month hot topics include stress at college, workplace collaboration, and Millennials on the job.
Life-long learning is critical to acquiring the skills for a successful career in chemical engineering.
Laura Turci of Ashland discusses career challenges and successes, with advice for young women entering the field.
In observation of the 20th anniversary of AIChE's Women Initiatives Committee (WIC), Delia discussed her career and shared advice on thriving as a female chemical engineer.
Symposia chair Andrés Valencia tells us about Perspectives on Process Safety from Around the World to be held in Orlando, Florida.
Conference chair Ray Cocco tells us about all the changes and improvements we can expect at the upcoming #WCPT8.
Symposia chair Brooke Beveridge tells us about the 20th anniversary of the Process Plant Safety Symposium. #GCPS
Conference chair Ray Cocco tells us about all the changes and improvements we can expect at the upcoming #WCPT8.
Globalization has become unavoidable for businesses, organizations, and even individuals who must now extend their reach internationally to be successful.
Dread work every morning? Then it's time for a change, and career testing can help you find a new direction.
Everyone knows that person that just gets on their nerves, but a few tips can help you smooth things out and keep you productive at work or school.
To help the next generation of chemical engineers experience the benefits of AIChE membership and assimilate into the AIChE community, AIChE’s Board of Directors, at its June 2017 meeting, approved
It's important to think like the employer when you're seeking a new job. Use these tips to make yourself a better job candidate.
Hear AIChE president Bond Calloway talk about why he chose a career in STEM, some key moments of his career, and his involvement in RAPID with Savannah River.
How do you go from astronaut to CEO? Watch our first Facebook LIVE event featuring former NASA astronaut Bernard Harris.
Charles A. Gerbach, a speaker at the upcoming CRISPR Conference, discusses what to expect from the conference and from CRISPR technology's future.
With AIChE's Member-Get-a-Member-Program, you can be a force that helps build a global community of chemical engineers.
Chemical engineering students work hard to earn their degrees. AIChE awards recognize students' hard work individually and within student chapters.
It’s impossible to learn everything you need to know for your career in a four-year undergraduate program.
Lets face it: college is expensive. The AIChE scholarships listed below recognize academic accomplishments, student chapter involvement, and diversity.
Confronting or being confronted by a coworker, friend, relative, acquaintance, etc. about an issue or point of contention is undeniably difficult.
CEP Magazine's editor in chief Cindy Mascone sat down with Carol Williams following her keynote at the Women's Initiative Committee (WIC) Networking Luncheon.
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