SHPE 201 Presentation at NILA 2012Presentation Transcript
SHPE 201In-depth review of what SHPE offers you!
When was SHPE founded?
SHPE’s Roots Founded in 1974 Los Angeles, Ca Objective: To form a national organization of professional engineers to serve as role models in the Hispanic community Founding Fathers President: Rodrigo T. Garcia 1st Vice President: Americo Garza 2nd Vice President: George Esquer Secretary: Andres Santa Maria Treasurer: Alex Vidaurrazaga William E. Nuanes* * Did not hold office in 1974
What is SHPE’s mission?
SHPE’s NEW Mission & Vision Mission SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development Vision SHPE’s vision is a world where Hispanics are highly valued and influential as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians and engineers
Strategic Plan Developed in Summer 2011 Collaborative effort among board members, staff, foundation board members and corporate representatives Roadmap for fulfilling our mission and reaching our vision Available on shpe.org website
Who is SHPE?
National Board of Directors National Secretary Nicolyn Hernandez Nicolyn.Hernandez@shpe.org PG&ENational Undergraduate Rep Vice-National Undergraduate Rep National Graduate RepresentativeWendy Sepulveda Daniel Saenz Andrea SanchezWendy.Sepulveda@shpe.org Daniel.Saenz@shpe.org Andrea.Sanchez@shpe.orgUniversity of Texas Austin University of Florida University of South Florida Region 2 Vice President Region 4 Vice President David Vera Elvia Morales David.Vera@shpe.org Elvia.Morales@shpe.org Raytheon Barclays
Regional Student Representatives Region 1 Ariana Nicole Castillo Ariana.Castillo@shpe.org California State University, Sacramento Region 2 Region 3 Jeremy Morales Madrigal Amanda T. Sandoval Jeremy.Madrigal@shpe.org Amanda.Sandoval@shpe.org University of California, New Mexico State University San Diego Region 4 Sylvana M. Azana Sylvana.Azana@shpe.org Stevens Institute of Technology Region 5 Region 6 Carolina Rodriguez Lucas M. Caretta Carolina.Rodriguez@shpe.org Lucas.Caretta@shpe.org Texas A&M University, University of Minnesota Kingsville Region 7 Gabrial Arab Gabrial.Arab@shpe.org University of Florida
Regional Graduate Representatives Region I Representative Region II Representative Javier Gonzalez-Rocha Laura R. Pina firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com California State University, Sacramento University of California, San Diego Region III Representative Region IV Representative Indhira Hasbun Karem Court firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Utah State University University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Region V Representative Region VI Representative Federico Aguayo Jorge Alfonso firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com University of Texas at Austin Purdue University Region VII Representative Suzana Vallejo-Heligon firstname.lastname@example.org Duke University
SHPE Foundation Formerly AHETEMS (Advancing Hispanic Excellence in Technology, Engineering, Math and Science) Established in August 2003 Partnered with SHPE since 2003 Office opened in Arlington, TX in June 2005 Objective: To develop educational enrichment and academic outreach initiatives, for Latinos/as, that extend throughout the pre-college to Ph.D. pathway. Programs Scholarships, fellowships, pre-college programs, ACE Mini Grants, Graduate programs, Regional Science Bowls, Noche de Sciencias and Workshops More info in the SHPE Foundation workshop!
SHPE Inc. & Foundation GovernanceStructure AHETEMS Foundation BOD SHPE NBOD Management Committee Strategic Strategic Management Management Committee Committee CEO
SHPE Staff At Your Service Pilar Montoya, Belem Majalca, Chief Executive Officer Membership Coordinator Beatriz Garcia, National Meetings & Frank Barragan, Events Manager IT Manager Elicia Magana, Stephanie Herrera, National Meetings & Foundation Director Events Coordinator
MemberSHPE Chapters* 261 Student chapters 81 Professional chapters* Total SHPE Chapters: 342 Regions* Region 1 – 1,135 Members Region 2 – 1,392 Members Region 3 – 471 Members Region 4 – 2,658 Members Region 5 – 1,487 Members Region 6 – 1,064 Members Region 7 – 1,193 Members *Final Fiscal 2011-2012 Year Numbers
Total Members Total Student MemberSHPE : 7,529 Total Professional MemberSHPE: 1,871 Total Lifetime MemberSHPE: 318
National Member Benefits Students - $5 (Annually) Discounted registration rate for conference and events Graduation Stoles for undergraduates and graduates Resume exposure to companies on OneSHPE SHPE Magazine Professionals -$45 (Annually) Discounted registration rate for conference and events Discounted professional certification courses at SHPE Conference SHPE Magazine Lifetime Member -$500 (One Time) Discounted registration rate for conference and events Special invitation the lifetime member and founders reception at the conference SHPE Magazine
How can you take advantage ofyour professional membership?
Professional Membership Value at the SHPE Conference (Fall): Professional skills for the new professional Access to CEU credited courses at the Access to professional competitions Networking and career access Value at RLDC (Spring): Leadership skills for the young professional Skills for aspiring chapter leaders Networking with other regional professionals
Professional Membership (continued…) Value at NILA (August): Leadership skills for the new chapter leader Professional skills and hands-on application Value at Management Growth Training (MGT) (Summer/Fall even years): For the 5 year professional Project management skills and PMP Credit People management skills and application
Professional Membership (continued…) Value at Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) Summer/Fall odd years: For the 10 year professional Training to prepare the experienced professional to climb the ladder into the c-suite Networking with the top Hispanic technical professional in the country
Regional Graduate Representatives (RGRs) Regional Graduate Representatives (RGRs) are the liaison and voice for graduate students in their region on the Graduate Committee. Oversee and work with the Graduate Ambassadors to plan and execute programming for graduate students within their region. RGRs are elected for a one-year term by all paid SHPE graduate student members in their region.
What is a Graduate Ambassador? Liaison and voice for graduate students in their chapter to the RGR and other regional and national leaders. Work with their chapter leadership to plan and execute programming for graduate students and advocacy for undergraduate students in their chapter as well as events for all students. They also work to create awareness of opportunities for graduate students in SHPE such as conferences, scholarships, and other programming.
Graduate Ambassador Handbook v1.0 Leadership Structure Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers October 11, 2011 SHPE (Roles and Descriptions) Graduate Ambassador Handbook v1.0 Programs to implement Events to host For handbook, email: email@example.com PREPARED BY: Omar De Leon Graduate Committee Co-Chair 2011-2012 Mauro Rodriguez Graduate Committee Co-Chair 2011-2012 Vanessa Garcia Graduate Committee 2011-2012 Peter Rios National Graduate Representative 2011-2012
How Valuable is SHPE to You? Become an MVP: Students Empower yourself to be a leader Extensive internship, jobs, and career opportunities Extraordinary college experience Propel yourself ahead of peers with supplemental technical skills Become an MVP: Professionals Continuous Learning (RLDC, MGT, ELI, Conference) Empower yourself to be a leader Inspire the next generation as a role model Networking opportunities - personal interactions and relationship building with peers in other companies
Leadership Opportunities National Level National Board of Directors • President • Vice President • Treasurer • Secretary • National Graduate Rep • National Student Rep • Vice National Student Rep • 7 Regional Vice Presidents Regional Level Regional Vice President Regional Student Representatives Regional Graduate Representatives
Leadership Opportunities (continued...) National Committees National Affairs Committee (NAC) Educational Curriculum Professional Development Graduate Committee Elections Bylaws/Policies & Procedures SHPE Conference National Institute for Leadership Advancement (NILA)
Elections Timeline February 15 - Membership payment due to be eligible to run for office or vote March 15 - Nomination forms due April 11 - Ballots and biographies sent to eligible voters Write-in candidacy available May 2 - Ballots due by 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time May 3 - Ballots will be counted May 9 - Winners and run-off election schedule (if necessary) announced July 1 - Winners take office
SHPE Core Programs SHPE Jr. Increase the number of SHPE Chapters in high schools across the nation Noche de Ciencias Nationwide effort during Hispanic Heritage Month Scholarship Matching Program Grant matching (up to $500) chapters’ scholarship program Mentorship Program Pre-college, Undergrad, Grad and Professional program
ACE Mini Grants Advancing Career in Engineering (ACE) Deadline: April 15th The Ace Grant Must Encourage Hispanic high school students to: • Complete High School • Attend a 4 year college/university • Obtain a degree in STEM • Pursue a STEM degree
What is Needed to Apply? Cover Letter Page ACE Cover Letter/Page ACE Application Form with all necessary original signatures ACE Mini-Grant Proposal Narrative Letter of Agreement with all necessary original signatures Advisor’s Letter of Support (Student Chapters Only) List of Chapter Officers List of Calendar Events
National Conferences and Events All Members Regional Leadership Development Conferences (RLDC) National Institute of Leadership Advancement (NILA) SHPE Conference Professionals Only Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) Management Growth Training (MGT) Non-Members SHPE Conference
National Conferences and Events Regional Leadership Development Conferences (RLDC) Premier regional training for SHPE future executive board members Objective: Increase regional unity Improve chapters knowledge of SHPE National Improve the infrastructure of SHPE student and professional chapters.
National Conferences and Events National Institute for Leadership Advancement (NILA) Premier leadership training event for SHPE chapter leaders Objective: Chapter Management Personal Development Increase SHPE infrastructure knowledge
National Conferences and Events Management Growth Training (MGT) Is the 2nd tier leadership training program for SHPE members currently in management positions or aspiring to become managers. Objective: Project Management Financial Management Communication Skills
National Conferences and Events Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) Is the 1st tier leadership training program for SHPE members currently in management positions aspiring to become executives Objective: Develop Executive Career Path Build Network of Future Executives Communication Skills
National Conferences and Events SHPE Conference Largest technical and career conference for Hispanics in the country Objective: Recruit top talent from SHPE membership Provide educational, technical development Provide career opportunities
SHPE National Recognition SHPE Magazine Quarterly Magazine Regional Round Up Corporate Sponsors receive magazines SHPE Technical Achievement Recognition (STAR) Awards Most prestigious awards members can receive Student Role Model Professional Role Model Recognized at SHPE Conference NRP Student and Professional Chapter Awards Large Chapter Medium Chapter Small Chapter Recognized at SHPE Conference
STAR Awards Call for nominations – July 15, 2013 Jaime Oaxaca Award Highest Award given to a SHPE Member Professional Role Model Presented to an outstanding SHPE professional member who has provided selfless and outstanding contributions to his or her SHPE professional chapter and the Hispanic community. Student Role Models Highest award given by SHPE to a SHPE student member who has provided selfless and outstanding contributions to their SHPE student chapter and the Hispanic community, while at the same time, maintaining academic excellence. Other Community Service Award , SHPE Star of Today, SHPE Star of Tomorrow Ceremony held at SHPE Conference
Who do you contact for technical issues on OneSHPE?
SHPE National At Your Service Information about SHPE events – National Conference, NILA, RLDC’s, MGT, ELI, etc… Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Technical issues on OneSHPE or the shpe.org website Contact: email@example.com Questions regarding membership (updates, payments), event registration, Chapter Bylaw changes or stole ordering Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Shpe.org website SHPE Handbook OneSHPE
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