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YPC Leadership Positions Still Available

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The YPC is still looking for people to fill leadership positions on our eight committees. Attached to this blog post is the current org chart (Last updated 2/8/2015) for the 2015-2016 year - If you see a position you would be interested in, please contact Kate Gawel at katherine.gawel [at] gmail...Read more

AIChE Young Professionals Online Home

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AIChE has a new online home for its Young Professional members. Find everything you need to: ·Take advantage of your benefits of membership ·Stay up to date on Young Professional events, activities and news, including YP Local Section Events. ·Read blog/newsletter articles...Read more

YPC Mixer in Atlanta

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The Young Professionals Committee will be holding the annual YP mixer! This is a great way to meet fellow Young Professionals and have a relaxed evening at the conference. Over 100 attendees have attended this event in the past, and it will be a hit again this year. Where : Truva Turkish Kitchen,...Read more

Now Trending: #AIChEYoungProf

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The AIChE Young Professionals Committee (YPC) has gone social! The YPC will begin using #AIChEYoungProf in the buildup the 2014 AIChE Annual Meeting and Student Conference and so should YOU! The YPC will be posting reminders of events, socials and workshops for all the Young Professionals attending...Read more

Young Professional Committee Has Gone SOCIAL!

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Let’s face it, how many times a day do we check our social networks for notifications or tweets? Probably at least once a day. We all know how easy it is to get sucked into the realm of reading status updates, news links, and watching videos when browsing your favorite social site. Think how...Read more

Introduction to the Virtual Local Section

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By Malcom Martin and Noah Meeks The Virtual Local Section (VLS) gives AIChE members who live outside areas with conventional Local Sections a chance to attend monthly meetings, hear great speakers, and network with other members including Young Professionals. VLS Chairman Dr. Noah Meeks answered...Read more

2014 AIChE Local Section Leadership Workshop

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The AIChE Local Section Leadership Workshop took place March 26-27 in New Orleans. 42 of the most active AIChE members from the United States and Saudi Arabia attended to learn how to strengthen their local chapters from speakers. Topics included: ·How to keep the IRS happy by keeping good...Read more

Over 100 Young Professionals Attend YPC Mixer

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By: David Kraemer Over 120 young professionals attended this year’s Spring 2014 YP Mixer at the Gordon-Biersch restaurant and brewery in New Orleans, Louisiana. Delicious southern food was provided including crab cakes, pulled pork sandwiches, shrimp skewers, and Gordon-Biersch’s famous...Read more

2014 AIChE Spring Meeting Student Program

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The Student Program is one of the newest and most exciting features of the Spring Meeting. More than 50 students from across the country attended this event. Students began by hearing from a panel of industry experts and young professionals, who reflected on their careers and shared wisdom from the...Read more

YPC In San Francisco 2013

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In Early November, over 1,600 students and over 5,000 professionals attended the AIChE Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference in San Francisco. The Young Professional Committee (YPC) had programming throughout the week for both students and young professionals.Read more

Engineering to Medicine: The Road Less Traveled

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A career in medicine usually isn’t the first thing that comes to mind following a degree in engineering. How does metallurgy or process control or an equation of state have anything to do with people’s health? Well, the short answer is nothing, but for the select few engineers considering an MD, it is the perfect fit. Chris Bobba gives us a new perspective.Read more

Why Should I Bother With LinkedIn Anyway?

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Ever wondered why a LinkedIn profile is so important for your professional career? Learn how to use LinkedIn as a way to expand your network and connect with companies you would like to work for. Since 93% of companies reported using LinkedIn as part of their hiring process in 2012, it definitely is worth creating a profile! Sarah Ewing explains why you should bother with LinkedIn.Read more

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