Engage with EPICS
Celebrate IEEE Day by Supporting EPICS in IEEE Student Teams
However, it takes a collective effort to make that happen. Here are the ways you can engage with EPICS in IEEE.
Give a Gift to Support Student Projects
When you donate to EPICS in IEEE, your investment has a long-lasting impact on communities and the student volunteers involved in the program. Through EPICS in IEEE, students gain critical skills that help them launch successful careers. The leadership, teamwork, communication, empathy, and interpersonal skills they develop on projects prepare them for the workforce like no other program and position them for success in their future engineering discipline. Your investment helps shape the engineers of tomorrow.
See why others have donated to EPICS in IEEE:
Rafi Koutoby Member Grade: Member As an active IEEE member throughout his student years at...
Saurabh Sinha MEMBER GRADE: Senior Member A student member since the 1990s and Professor of...
Lawrence D’Addario Goldsmith Legacy League Member Since joining IEEE as a student in 1988,...
Give back to your Community by Submitting a Project
Create a team to design and develop an impactful solution using engineering and technology. EPICS in IEEE funds student teams up to 10K to use the engineering design process to create solutions that help their local community in the areas of Environment, Access and Abilities, Education and Outreach, and Human Services.
Hear from team members about their experience with an EPICS in IEEE project.
Give Mentorship to Student Teams
IEEE Members can help student teams by becoming a mentor. As an industry professional by sharing your experience in technical design, professionalism, client/stakeholder relations, and/or project management, you can increase the likelihood of successful community-based project deployment. See the below resources on how to get started as an EPICS in IEEE mentor.
FAQs About Mentoring With EPICS in IEEE
As a mentor, you get the benefit of sharing your lessons learned and expertise with a team of developing engineers. Take a look at our FAQ’s to learn more about the EPICS in IEEE mentoring opportunity.
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