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  1. ASME & STUDENTS

  2. Global

  3. It’s Big

  4. We are here

  5. About ASME COMMUNITY • 100,000 members, 20,000 student members • 220 sections, 480 + student sections worldwide KNOWLEDGE • More than 600 Codes and Standards in use • One of the world’s largest technical publishers • Quality technical conferences and professional development programs ADVOCACY • A recognized technical reputation around the world • Advice to federal and state governments on technology-related public policies • Promoting the accomplishments of engineers and the engineering profession

  6. Why

  7. ASME • Enables You .... • Professional • Higher Purpose • Diversity, world wide • To pursue your interests

  8. Principles of Unit Leadership Gary L. Hickman glhickman@charter.net

  9. Principles of Unit Leadership

  10. Session Goals and Outline Leadership, ASME and Your Roles Recruiting Volunteers Effective Meetings Succession Planning Principles of Unit Leadership

  11. Principles of Unit Leadership Leadership Cycle PLAN REVIEW ASSIGN EXECUTE

  12. Principles of Unit Leadership • Function/History of the Society • In the Beginning or Adam Smith Revisited • And Now The ASME Mission Statement: To promote and enhance the technical competency and professional well-being of our members, and through quality programs and activities in mechanical engineering, better enable its practitioners to contribute to the well-being of humankind.

  13. Principles of Unit Leadership • One Size Does not Fit All • Unit Function • Geography - Membership • Industries • Student Sections

  14. Principles of Unit Leadership • Your Role - Lead the Unit Membership • Drive the Agenda • Understand Your Roles and Responsibilities • Understand Your Assets • Understand Your Deadlines

  15. Principles of Unit Leadership • Your Responsibilities • Lead (Who, What, Where, When, and Why) • The Unit Operating Roles – Four Primary Jobs/Functions • Supreme Leader, Grand Poobah, The Big Cheese • Money Bags • Recorder • Worker Bees

  16. Principles of Unit Leadership • Your Assets • ASME Leaders • ASME Staff • ASME Body of Knowledge • Industry • Universities • Internet

  17. Principles of Unit Leadership

  18. Principles of Unit Leadership Volunteers - Your Greatest Resource and Challenge • The Bad News - You’ve Got Competition • School/Work • Family • Hobbies • 475 Channels on TV • Other Societies • Alumni Associations • Organized Religious Activities • The Good News – Others Have Volunteered • Group Exercise – What Volunteers Need

  19. Principles of Unit Leadership • What Volunteers Need: A White Paper by the Volunteer and Retention Task Force 1.Specific Manageable Task 2. Task Matches Interests 3. Good Reason 4. Written Instructions 5. Reasonable Deadlines 6. Freedom -When and Where 7. Everything Necessary Up Front • Adequate Training • Safe Comfortable Working Environment • Follow-Up by Leaders • Post Task Feedback • Appreciation • Useful Skill Development

  20. Principles of Unit Leadership • How Do You Get Volunteers • The Simple Answer – Ask for Them • Variety of Approaches • Broadcast • The Personal Touch • Know the “Volunteer” • Be Someone they will Volunteer FOR • Time the Approach • Get Them a Mentor/Coach • Individual Mental Exercise

  21. Principles of Unit Leadership Group Exercise - Meetings

  22. Principles of Unit Leadership Successful Meetings Have: Leadership • Preparation • Understand the Purpose • Stay Focused • Be Efficient • Assignments

  23. Principles of Unit Leadership • Dealing with Derailments • Work to Prevent in the first Place • Keep it Professional • Agendas are Your Friend • Take it Off Line • Table the Discussion • Use Physical Presence

  24. Principles of Unit Leadership

  25. Principles of Unit Leadership • Succession Planning • Who, What, Where, When, and Why? • Sharp Volunteers • Train Them to Take Over • Unit Functions and Prep Work • Start Yesterday • For the Good of the Society • Individual Mental Exercise

  26. Principles of Unit Leadership • Resources • Volunteer White Paper http://districts.asme.org/leadershiptoolbox/volunteer.html • ASME Career Development Series http://www.asme.org/Governance/Volunteer/CareerSeries/ • Member Recruitment http://districts.asme.org/leadershiptoolbox/r&r.html • 2006 LTC Presentation by Roberta Gorman ASME Unit Resources http://asmeconferences.org/ltc06/LTC06SessionVEASMEResources.pdf • Volt Academy http://www.asme.org/Governance/Volunteer/VOLTAcademy/Trainer_Resources.cfm

  27. Principles of Unit Leadership • Acknowledgements • Scot MacEwan • Bill Robbins/Lynden Davis • Marian Heller/Burt Dicht • Ken Gentili and Paul Biba • ASME Body of Knowledge • Scott Adams/United Media Reprints • Mary-Grace Hickman/Denny Delafield • Bechtel

  28. Principles of Unit Leadership • Closing • ASME – A Noble Organization with Great Members • Understand and Recruit Volunteers • Run Great Meetings • Start Yesterday on Succession • Assignments

  29. ASME Student Member Benefits

  30. About ASME COMMUNITY KNOWLEDGE ADVOCACY

  31. Topics • Student Section Activities • Networking and Leadership • Financial Aid • Career Assistance • Technical Knowledge • How to Join ASME

  32. Student Section Activities • Make a difference • Learn about the profession from practicing engineers • Visit engineering plants and factories • Meet students and engineers from other schools and places • Enjoy social activities (e.g sports, picnics, fundraising)

  33. Student Section Activities • Make a difference! • Engineers Without Borders • Habitat for Humanity • K –12 School visits • FIRST Robotics

  34. Networking and Leadership Opportunities • Student conferences • ASME technical conferences and meetings • Local student and professional section events • Leadership opportunities at the section, district and international levels of ASME

  35. ASME Congress 2007 Seattle, WA November 9 – 15, 2007 • Innovation Showcase – Friday • Invention to Venture Workshop – Saturday • Old Guard Oral Competition Finals - Saturday • Student Design Contest Finals - Sunday • Early Career Engineers Forum – Sunday • Student Design Competition Reception - Sun • Early Career Development Series - Monday http://www.asmeconferences.org/congress07/

  36. Conferences, Contests and Competitions • Student Professional Development Conferences (April and May) • Student competitions • Professional development workshops on transition to engineering practice http://districts.asme.org/SPDC/ • Local, regional and international level contests and competitions. • Listing at www.asme.org/students.

  37. Financial Aid • Over $500,000 annually in scholarships and loans to ASME student members. • ASME Student Loans • ASME Auxiliary Student Loans • ASME Scholarships http://www.asme.org/Education/College/FinancialAid/

  38. Career Assistance • Professional Practice Curriculum (PPC) • E-mentoring • Internships and Co-ops • Online Jobs Database • Resume posting service • ASME Job Coach • Online communities of practice for career & technical questions http://www.asme.org/Jobs/

  39. E-mentoring • Over 200 pair of e-mentors and mentees. • More mentors waiting for you to sign up. • Visit www.asme.org/ementoring to choose a mentor.

  40. Internships and Co-ops • Lists of companies, with direct links to each company website. http://www.asme.org/Jobs/Advice/Student_Internships.cfm • Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE): http://www.wise-intern.org/

  41. Technical Knowledge • Developing And Enhancing Technical Skills: • Continuing Education Institute – 200+ short courses • Certification – FE and PE exam preparation & Engineering Management Certification • Technical Conferences • Technical Division Membership

  42. Free Publications • Mechanical Engineering Magazine • Mechanical Advantage/ME Today Newsletters, e-mailed 4 times a year • ASME E-library – 75 interactive technical titles • http://www.asme.org/Membership/Benefits/Professional/eLibrary.cfm

  43. Find it Online! www.asme.org • Student Center: www.asme.org/students • Career center with links to ASME Job Coach, job board, and salary information • Internships & Co-ops • All publications and e-zines • Loans, scholarships and fellowships • Free E-mail alias • Communities of practice: www.cop.asme.org

  44. Why Join ASME? • Make a difference! • Network with students and working engineers • Develop your leadership skills • Apply your engineering skills in contests and competitions • Enhance your job prospects and experiences

  45. The Goal -What Can You Do To Stand Out In The Crowd?

  46. How do I join ASME? • Any student in curriculums leading to an engineering degree at a regionally accredited school. • Dues (10/1 thru 9/30): • Free for freshmen; then $25 per year • Applications: Student Section Advisor or ME office • Apply online or download application: www.asme.org/students • Call (800) 843-2763 (THE-ASME)

  47. Thank you! • If you have any questions, please call any of the staff or volunteers listed on the resource guide or your “Ideas and People” handout.