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IEEE DAY 2014 - EPICS

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Ahmad As'ad

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Transcript of IEEE DAY 2014 - EPICS

Program
Pre-University Work
E
E
I
E
DAY
2014
An
IEEE
program that empowers student branches to work with high school students on community service-related engineering projects to strengthen its position as a leader in pre-university student education while performing a public service.
Projects should address one or more of
IEEE
's fields of interest:
Education
Environment
Access and abilities
Human services

What are the desired outcomes of EPICS Program?
STATISTICS
51 Projects
17 Countries
Involving over
204
volunteers with
427
University Students and
800
pre-university students impacting
90,000
in communities around the world.
EPICS |
The first EPICS program project
in middle east
In collaboration with:
STUDENTS ACTIVITIES, LECTURES, WORKSHOPS, & MORE...
GREEN SCHOOLS COMPETITION
FIELD TRIP
COMMUNITY SERVICE
SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
Leave your...
Comfort zone
AND VOLUNTEER WITH US
It looks great in your CV.

You'd learn new skills.

Gain career experience.

EPICS
THANK YOU
Engineering Projects in community service
Created by:
Establishing a relationship between a student branch, a Local high school, and a charitable, communal or humanitarian organization.
Increase high school student interest in pursuing an engineering-related career path.
Leverage the EPICS program ability to reach female and under-represented minority students, to increase
IEEE
recruitment in these demographics.
The implementation of awareness-raising activities on sustainable energy and our energetic needs is the convenient way to benefit from what EPICS program could provide us.
SO...
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