[Eecs-news-links] Register by Feb. 22: SEMI Professional Development Seminar on Mar. 1 @ PSU (free)

Batten, Tina tina.batten at oregonstate.edu
Mon Feb 11 17:32:02 PST 2019

As promised, here is the link to a free (with lunch) Professional Development Seminar for students potentially interested in careers in the electronics industry – or simply wanting to learn how to approach job-searching in a more professional manner.  The PDS immediately follows the SEMI Breakfast Forum on Wearable electronics (see bottom of message) in the same location – with a deep discount for students.  Please let potentially interested students know about both opportunities, which I believe are outstanding values.

 Professional Development Seminar registration link: <http://bit.ly/PSU-SEMI-Seminar>

Jobs in the Micro- and Nano-Electronics Industry: connecting college students to industry
A professional development seminar organized by SEMI Pacific Northwest

WHO: Learn about career opportunities in high tech and acquire valuable practical information that will help you choose career directions and plan for success.
WHEN: Friday, March 1, 2019 12-4:30 pm
WHERE: City of Portland Building 1900 SW 4thn Street. FAB 2500 B-C (Second Floor)

REGISTER: Attendance is free, but registration is required. Register by Feb. 22, 2019.
            Register here: <http://bit.ly/PSU-SEMI-Seminar>

12:00 pm - Lunch and Welcome
12:45 pm - SEMI PNW Introduction - Who are we and what are the objectives for today?
12:55 pm - Sponsor Presentations - share the open entry level positions
1:25 pm - Semiconductor Industry Overview
1:40 pm - Introduction to Career Opportunities in Semiconductor Industry
2:00 pm - Strategies for Exploring Landing a High-Tech Lab, The Hiring Interview Process
2:20pm - Networking Break
2:40 pm - Day in the Life of a High-Tech Engineer
3:00 pm - Resume Writing- Do’s and Don’ts
3:20 pm – Human Resources - Making a Successful Connection
3:45 pm - Panel Discussion and Q & A
4:20 pm - Closing Remarks, Followed by Networking Snacks
4:30 pm – Program Adjourned

Immediately prior to the Professional Development Seminar will be the next of the highly popular Pacific Northwest SEMI Breakfast Forums will be held on March 1 at Portland State University. The theme is Wearable Electronics.

To register for the Breakfast Forum, please go to <https://ams.semi.org/ebusiness/Meetings/Meeting.aspx?Id=4298>

There is a student/postdoc discount code that enables the low (80% off) price of $15: PNWSTUDENT

Oregon Forum
SEMI Pacific Northwest Chapter

The SEMI Pacific Northwest Chapter presents—
WEARABLE ELECTRONICS <http://www1.semi.org/en/semi-pacific-northwest-breakfast-forum-wearable-electronics-challenges-and-opportunities?utm_campaign=Americas_Pacific_Northwest_Forum&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=69461711&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-9yxyWU_qp2MUX7kITH5gNl-n8wMmKGSDuz6TF9d7cYFsGBrUvYsN62AKScW5zb1TZmRvPLtIGpzaQPrmUI-kygUELR3A&_hsmi=69461711>

Friday, March 1
Portland State University
Portland, Oregon
An Industry Bursting with Opportunities! The global wearable electronics market is expected to grow from $13.25 billion in 2017 to reach $98.24 billion by 2026 with a CAGR of 24.9%. (Source: Globe Newswire 1/29/19)

Wearable electronics worn on the body enables wireless networking and mobile computing to allow users to integrate technology into their daily activities. Wearable devices influence every age and industry from medical, and automotive, to sports and personal use and more.
Register today to hear these experts address recent advances, key challenges, current solutions, and future opportunities for wearable and flexible electronics.

Register Today to Learn more about Wearable Electronics
Register Here: <https://ams.semi.org/ebusiness/Meetings/Meeting.aspx?Id=4298&utm_campaign=Americas_Pacific_Northwest_Forum&utm_medium=email&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-9yxyWU_qp2MUX7kITH5gNl-n8wMmKGSDuz6TF9d7cYFsGBrUvYsN62AKScW5zb1TZmRvPLtIGpzaQPrmUI-kygUELR3A&_hsmi=69461711&utm_content=69461711&utm_source=hs_email&hsCtaTracking=907e3602-ae4e-410a-981c-91812d0a3aa4%7Cdebe0dc4-c545-4137-b837-a1858bcaa210>

Sponsorship Opportunities and Questions
Lin Tso, <ltso at semi.org>, Tel: +1.408.943.7920

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