The SE3 Committee is seeking passionate and talented leaders to help advance the profession by facilitating a national discussion forum for engineers, raising awareness on important professional issues associated with work culture and equity.
NCSEA's SE3 Committee is excited to announce the completion of its new Resource Guide. This guide is intended to be a resource for anyone interested in starting an SE3 committee within their state or local Member Organization (MO).
The SE3 Resource Guide contains:
Benefits of SE3
Events and activities related to engagement and equity are often well-attended and well-received by attendees. We have also observed increased member interest and participation, greater mentorship opportunities for younger engineers, deeper connections, and enhanced communication between individuals within local MOs.
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The NCSEA SE3 Team
Check out this wonderful recap composed by Brenna Marcoux, who co-led the organization of this event with Sarah Sullivan (Austin),PE. The new format was very well-received.
A special thank you to Jenny Truong, PE and Degenkolb Engineers SF for hosting and sponsoring the refreshments, and of course to all our mentors, the mentees, and the SE3 committee volunteers for helping make this event fun and engaging. If you’re interested in hosting similar mentorship events in your local or state organization, check out Chapter 5 of our handy new Resource Guide!
The SEAONC SE3 Committee