Presentation on theme: "ASME Student Programs. Why Join? To meet other student engineers and to network with working engineers To practice your leadership skills To use your."— Presentation transcript:
Why Join? To meet other student engineers and to network with working engineers To practice your leadership skills To use your engineering skills in contests and competitions To enhance your job prospects and job search experiences
ASME Student Programs What can ASME offer you Networking and leadership opportunities Scholarships and loans Career assistance, ASME Jobs Coach, online jobs database, and e-mentoring.
ASME Student Programs What can ASME offer you? Contests and Competitions Subscriptions to ME Magazine, Mechanical Advantage, and ME Today ASME E-Library –Includes 75 free interactive technical and management volumes, available 24/7.
ASME Student Programs What can ASME offer you? Online Communities of Practice – network with your peers and other engineers without leaving home. Get answers to your technical questions from practicing engineers Over 205 technical and personal interest communities available to join.
Networking and leadership opportunities Students have the opportunity for leadership roles at the section, district and international levels. Networking opportunities are created at student conferences, ASME technical conferences and meetings and by regular interaction with local student and senior sections.
Scholarships and loans ASME gives out over $500,000 annually in scholarships and loans to student members.
Career assistance www.asme.org/jobs/ ASME provides help in starting your career including: ASME Jobs Coach to help with your resume, interviewing skills, behavioral assessment, salary negotiation, and much, much more. Online Jobs Database with entry level positions
Career assistance www.asme.org/jobs/ ASME provides help in starting your career including: E-mentoring Job Board links Job hunting and career advice Internship database
Contests and competitions ASME features many contests and competitions at the local, regional and international level, open to student members only. For a listing visit the ASME Student Center at http://www.asme.org/Events/Contests/
Publications Students receive subscriptions as part of their membership fee to: Mechanical Engineering Magazine Mechanical Advantage Online ME Today Online
Online benefits Student Center: www.asme.org/students Career center with links to professional coaches, job listings and salary information 75 volume e-Library All publications and e-zines Loans, scholarships and fellowships E-mentoring Communities of Practice
How can I join? Membership is $25 per year. You can join by – filling out an application and mailing – going online to www.asme.org/students Join 22,000 other engineering students worldwide - Join today!