Presentation on theme: "Region 10 GOLD Activities in 2003 & Plan for 2004 Tuptim Angkaew April 16, 2004 Adelaide, Australia."— Presentation transcript:
Region 10 GOLD Activities in 2003 & Plan for 2004 Tuptim Angkaew April 16, 2004 Adelaide, Australia
IEEE Membership Grades
Agenda 2003 Report on Affinity Groups Affinity and statistics Strategic for promoting GOLD activities in Region 10 Regional Activity plan for 2004
A few examples of recent GOLD Activity in R10
Statistic about GOLD
Region Sect- ions GOLD AG Region GOLD % 1Northeast USA22836% 2Eastern USA20420% 3Southeastern USA41410% 4Central USA2329% 5Southwestern USA24833% 6Western USA341029% 7Canada20840% 8 Europe, Middle East, Africa43921% 9Latin America30827% 10Asia & Pacific471532% TOTAL %
Strategies and Plan in 2004
Strategies for promoting GOLD Activity in R10 for Encourage student branch leaders to continue their contribution to IEEE after graduation. 2.Encourage chapters to support GOLD activities. 3.Regional support for international GOLD activities in R10. 4.Increasing publicity of successful GOLD activities and regional support of GOLD activities.
Plan in 2004 for GOLD activity 1. Special support program for GOLD AG which is formed by graduated IEEE student members. Project based program. 2. Distinguish mentor program for GOLD AG partially supported by chapters. (Life guard program) 3. Distinguish speaker program for GOLD AG partially supported by chapters. 4. Biannually R10 AG leaders meeting. 5. Electronic publicity
Action Plan for Promoting GOLD Affinity Group Activity in R10 for 2004 STEP 1MAYMake contact with each Section and elect a GOLD leader. STEP 2JUNEData Base and Forms. STEP 3JULYInvite the potential members to get involve in GOLD activities. Start to fill out the forms Petition Affinity Group and Quick Start Incentive Fund. STEP 4AUGUSTDistribute the Petition Affinity Group and QSIF. Begin to advertise the efforts. STEP 5SEPTEMBERPrepare the GOLD activities and functions.
Thank you for your attention
GOLD Affinity Group in 2003 (1) Section GOLD Affinity GroupCountry Australian Capital TerritoryYesAUSTRALIA New South WalesYesAUSTRALIA South AustraliaYesAUSTRALIA North QueenslandNoAUSTRALIA QueenslandNoAUSTRALIA VictorianNoAUSTRALIA Western AustraliaNoAUSTRALIA
GOLD Affinity Group in 2003 (2) SectionAGCountry BangladeshYesBANGLADESH BeijingNoCHINA Hong KongYesHONG KONG BangaloreYesINDIA BombayYesINDIA CalcuttaYesINDIA KeralaYesINDIA MadrasYesINDIA DelhiNoINDIA GujaratNoINDIA Hyderabad (Now forming)NoINDIA KharagpurNoINDIA Uttar PradeshNoINDIA
GOLD Affinity Group in 2003 (4) SectionAGCountry MalaysiaYesMALAYSIA New Zealand NorthYesNEW ZEALAND New Zealand SouthNoNEW ZEALAND KarachiYesPAKISTAN LahoreYesPAKISTAN IslamabadNoPAKISTAN Republic of PhilippinesNoPHILIPPINES SingaporeYesSINGAPORE TainanNoTAIWAN TaipeiNoTAIWAN Thailand (Now Forming)NoTHAILAND
Progress of GOLD Affinity Group Activities in 2003 The number of GOLD Affinity Groups has been increased from 9 in 2002 to 15 in Affinity Groups have been formed. Training session for GOLD activity has been conducted for Section Chairman in R10 Annual Meeting in Penang, Malaysia.
Some interesting challenge to GOLD Bring GOLD member back to student branch Develop GOLD distinguish lecturer program for student branch Topic can includes: life style, technology, laws, work experience after graduation, salary
Region Region 1 88 Region Region 3 44 Region Region 5 88 Region Region 7 68 Region 8 99 Region 9 98 Region (17) Record of Number of Affinity Groups in each Region for