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1 Membership Report Mohamad Berri, PhD, IEEESM Region 4 MD Chair ExCom & Region4 Meeting August 18-19, 2011

2 Regional Snapshot Total this Month ’11 vs. ‘10 % Change 2011 1 st Year HG Retention Goal 2011 1 st Year HG R4 Retention Achieved 2011 New Memb ers (JULY) Total Membership 21,874(169) - 0.8%3156  Higher- Grade 18,090(316)- 1.7%70080.3%844  Students 3632147 4.0% --2312 IEEE Worldwide – Total 379,2667,7592.1%13,35011,62583,905

3 .2011 Retention Dashboard / Benchmark Cumulative – Through This Month Professionals Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Total Region – Total Members 84.3%77.5%50.6%81.3% Region – 1 st -Year Members 37.6%62.4%43.7%44.7% IEEE – Total Members 81.9%68.8%32.2%74.3% IEEE – 1 st Year Members 37.1%49.3%25.7%34.3%

4 Congratulation Best Section Total Retention 86.7% - Missouri Slope Section 84.0% - Arrowhead Section 84.6% - Rock River Valley Section 84.0% - Chicago Section 84.4% - Northeastern Wisconsin Section 83.2% - Fort Wayne Section Top Section Recruitment Year over Year Numeric GrowthPercentage Growth 77 – Chicago Section 94.44% – Rock River Valley Section 64 – Southeastern Michigan Section 76.74% - Northeast Michigan Section 33 – Northeast Michigan Section 17.86% - Arrowhead Section

5 MD Resource Links IEEE Region 4 Membership Supply Online Form MD Online Community Membership Statistics MD Manual, Membership Presentations Member-get-a-Member MD Webcast Archive Guide for 2011, 2010 and 2009 IEEE MD Website (Main) IEEE MD Virtual Community IEEE-USA Career Navigator http://careers.ieeeusa.org

6 In an effort to drive U.S. membership growth in Regions 1-6, IEEE-USA offered a financial incentive that Rewards year-over-year improvements in Recruitment of higher-grade (HG), Dues-paying members in IEEE’s U.S. sections. Qualification requirements are as follows: 1. Sections must maintain their total HG dues paying membership count at the same level as the prior year. 2. Sections must exceed their HG recruitment year-over-year. IEEE-USA Recruitment Incentive (Pilot – July 2011)

7 Region 4 Sections who, as of July, are tracking to qualify for the IEEE-USA incentive RegionSection Name Qualifying Recruitment Gains Qualified Incentive Payout R4Arrowhead Section2 $ 20.0 R4Calumet Section R4Cedar Rapids Section R4Central Illinois Section R4Central Indiana Section R4Central Iowa Section R4Chicago Section R4Fort Wayne Section R4Iowa-Illinois Section R4Madison Section R4Milwaukee Section4 $ 40.0 R4Missouri Slope Section R4Nebraska Section R4Northeast Michigan Section4 $ 40.0 R4Northeastern Wisconsin Section R4Red River Valley Section R4Rock River Valley Section4 $ 40.0 R4Siouxland Section R4Southeastern Michigan Section16 $ 160.0 R4Southern Minnesota Section R4Toledo Section R4Twin Cities Section R4West Michigan Section R4 Qualifying Gains & Payout30 $ 300.0

8 IEEE GOLD Membership Data Geographic IEEE Gold Membership - July 2011 HIGHER GRADE w/o GSMsSTUDENTSTOTAL MEMBERS REGION20112010Change20112010Change20112010Change #% #% #% 1 3,0783,597(519)-14.4%503474296.1%3,5814,071(490)-12.0% 2 3,0593,584(525)-14.6%497505(8)-1.6%3,5564,089(533)-13.0% 3 2,9753,683(708)-19.2%594603(9)-1.5%3,5694,286(717)-16.7% 4 2,4993,088(589)-19.1%474448265.8%2,9733,536(563)-15.9% 5 3,1073,581(474)-13.2%479459204.4%3,5864,040(454)-11.2% 6 5,6876,314(627)-9.9%869804658.1%6,5567,118(562)-7.9% R 1-6 20,40523,847(3,442)-14.4%3,4163,2931233.7%23,82127,140(3,319)-12.2% 7 2,4832,932(449)-15.3%628615132.1%3,1113,547(436)-12.3% 8 9,5909,703(113)-1.2%2,2392,197421.9%11,82911,900(71)-0.6% 9 1,9101,895150.8%298332(34)-10.2%2,2082,227(19)-0.9% 10 8,8238,976(153)-1.7%1,1651,354(189)-14.0%9,98810,330(342)-3.3% R 7-10 22,80623,506(700)-3.0%4,3304,498(168)-3.7%27,13628,004(868)-3.1% TOTAL 43,21147,353(4,142)-8.7%7,7467,791(45)-0.6%50,95755,144-4,187-7.6%

9 Year-over-Year – Renewal: 2011 Membership Year – July 2011 HIGHER GRADE MEMBERSSTUDENT MEMBERSTOTAL MEMBERS REGION 4 Opportunit y # Renewal % Renewal Opportunit y # Renewal % Renewal Opportunit y # Renewal % Renewal Missouri Slope Section988788.8%7457.1%1059186.7% Rock River Valley Section22018584.1%211990.5%24120484.6% Northeastern Wisconsin Section48042287.9%774862.3%55747084.4% Arrowhead Section14913087.2%201260.0%16914284.0% Chicago Section4389376185.7%41626463.5%4,8054,02583.8% Fort Wayne Section26822885.1%291862.1%29724682.8% Southern Minnesota Section35930685.2%483164.6%40733782.8% Madison Section58249885.6%1268869.8%70858682.8% Milwaukee Section1268107584.8%17210963.4%1,4401,18482.2% Twin Cities Section2789235284.3%35222864.8%3,1412,58082.1% Cedar Rapids Section40434184.4%583865.5%46237982.0% Iowa-Illinois Section21518485.6%271348.1%24219781.4% Nebraska Section59150886.0%18111362.4%77262180.4% West Michigan Section63352282.5%1117466.7%74459680.1% Southeastern Michigan Section2511207082.4%57638566.8%3,0872,45579.5% Siouxland Section18014781.7%644468.8%24419178.3% Central Indiana Section1377114883.4%39623860.1%1,7731,38678.2% Central Iowa Section30325383.5%1288364.8%43133678.0% Calumet Section48239281.3%1247258.1%60646476.6% Red River Valley Section23819481.5%603050.0%29822475.2% Toledo Section26021482.3%723548.6%33224975.0% Central Illinois Section70755878.9%31420765.9%1,02176574.9% Northeast Michigan Section18914677.2%421842.9%23116471.0%

10 Year-over-Year – Recruitment: 2011 Membership Year SectionJuly 2011July 2010# Change% Change Chicago Section5044277718.03% Southeastern Michigan Section4954435211.74% Northeast Michigan Section74383694.74% Central Illinois Section2252032210.84% Milwaukee Section205188179.04% Rock River Valley Section32181477.78% Central Indiana Section31730982.59% West Michigan Section979166.59% Arrowhead Section302827.14% Central Iowa Section817922.53% Fort Wayne Section2427-3-11.11% Madison Section8893-5-5.38% Missouri Slope Section38-5-62.50% Iowa-Illinois Section2634-8-23.53% Calumet Section118130-12-9.23% Nebraska Section106119-13-10.92% Siouxland Section3752-15-28.85% Red River Valley Section3854-16-29.63% Northeastern Wisconsin Section5880-22-27.50% Southern Minnesota Section3154-23-42.59% Cedar Rapids Section3257-25-43.86% Twin Cities Section342368-26-7.07% Toledo Section3462-28-45.16%

11 IEEE Membership Rejuvenation Committee (Region 4) Hamid Vakilzadian Arun Kumar Steven James Mark Ciechanowski Kristi Brooks R. Dawson Ron Jensen Don Bramlett Karen Pedersen Jim Riess Mohamad Berri

12 Program Summary Membership Rejuvenation Program in 2011 Arun Kumar 1- Student Transition & Elevation Partnership (STEP) Program, Steven James 2- Mentoring for College Students, Hamid Vakilzadian 3- Workshops for the Practicing Engineers.

13 Student Transition & Elevation Partnership (STEP) Program (Arun Kumar ) Description: Student Transition & Elevation Partnership (STEP) program to be implemented in fifteen Region 4sections. Persons Involved: Region 4 Membership Chair & GOLD Coordinator Section GOLD AG Chairs Section Student Branch Leaders Costs: Fourteen events funded at $250 from Region and $250 from MGA per event totaling $7,000. Details: Implement the STEP program in 14 sections. The STEP Program was developed to provide a standardized yet localized program for facilitating the transition from student member to young professional, by introducing the opportunities and benefits of IEEE membership during the onset of a career. STEP programs are very flexible and can be held in a variety of formats that fit best the section, ranging from a formal workshop to informal social gathering. The key to let GOLD members engage with the graduating students to inform and hopefully convince the student member to continue their IEEE membership and ties after graduation. B enefits: STEP targets the key demographic of graduating students who are in the process of being elevated into IEEE full member status, a transition that results in the loss of nearly 80% of membership. STEP hopes to reverse this trend and show graduating seniors the value of an IEEE membership. The success of this program will be measured by the number of student members being retained as young professionals in IEEE.

14 Description: A program geared at promoting long term mentoring ties between Section professional members and local student branches. Persons Involved: Region 4 Membership Chair & GOLD Coordinator Section GOLD AG Chairs Section Student Branch Leaders Costs: Twenty Initial Coordination Events funded at $100 from Region and $100 from MGA per event totaling $4,000. Details: Developing long lasting mentoring relationships with recent graduates in GOLD and current undergraduate students in engineering is one of the key goals of this program. There would be an initial Event to describe the program, explain the mentoring process and allow students and their potential mentors to have their initial contact. GOLD members would speak on various topics including their experiences in college and advice they could give in success in college. They would then be paired to their mentors, one ‐ to ‐ one or many ‐ to ‐ one depending on the mentor mentee ratio, and would keep in touch with them throughout their undergraduate studies. Benefits: Having a long term contact with an IEEE member not only helps them in the short term of finding help with any issues they might have but also would make them engage in IEEE activities both as a student and continue to engage with IEEE after graduation, following their mentors footsteps. This long term program is beneficial to both the student and GOLD members who find great satisfaction of being able to contribute back to the community. The success of this program will be measured by the number of student members being retained as young professionals in IEEE. Mentoring Program for College Students (Steven James )

15 Description: Technical Societies such as Power, Computer, and Communication have excellent, high Quality Technical programs for their academia members. However, these programs and/or their technical content are not at the level to be of use for practicing engineers. Therefore, the members of these societies feel that they are left out and may not be interested that much in renewing their membership. It is recommended that new programs and/or approaches be developed and offered for this group of members that make up a good percentage of the membership of technical chapters. In order to meet the needs of practicing engineers, it is proposed that Region 4 organize three workshops in three medium to large sections on topics recommended by the membership and/or in consultation with industry in those sections. Costs: The estimated expenses for organizing a workshop are about $1,500 from Region 4 and $1,500 from MGA. Total funds needed for three workshops is $9,000. Benefits : Members and industry will feel IEEE is responsive to their needs. It will facilitate and increase the communication between Region 4, industry, and the membership. Region 4 leadership will meet the section’s industry leaders (in the sections in which workshops will be organized) to find out their needs and how Region 4 can meet those needs. The industry leaders will get to know the value IEEE can provide to their industry and members by meeting their technical and training needs. This will also help in publicizing IEEE values in other industries. Specific Programs for Members in Technical Societies (Hamid Vakilzadian )

16 In conclusion We need to work together to increase the membership in R4 Any program is welcome R4 will support

17 Thank You! Question Mohamad Berri, PhD, IEEESM MD Chair 323-999-3358

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