There are a number of ways to get involved with the Engineers' Club.
The most common way to get involved is to become a member of a committee. Each committee decides the level of activity and how frequently it meets. Sometimes, a committe is divided into subcommittees or task forces that work on independent endeavors and do not meet as a full committee. Most committees are comprised solely of Club members. However, there are two committees, Delaware Valley Engineers Week and Student Outreach, where we encourage members of the Affiliated Societies to join. Click here for more information.
TECHNICAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
To further enhance the opportunities to raise the profile of engineers in the region and to deploy our collective expertise for the betterment of the region, the Club has initiated a Technical Advisory Council (TAC). The TAC will operate as a standing council of Engineers' Club members but with a somewhat fluid roster - the goal is to provide '10,000 foot level' early stage technical guidance to local government bodies and officials on items and issues that have a strong technical component but where the official(s) aren't necessarily knowledgeable enough about the subject to do the high level reality check needed to better plan a path forward. The TAC will not be providing 'for fee' consulting services in competition to area firms, but more like a short list of 'things to consider' on technical issues, especially those that affect economic development or infrastructure in the region. Click here for more information.
The Club has a Speakers Bureau. The intent is to be a resource for speakers as part of student outreach efforts in the schools (both K-12 and collegiate), as speakers for the engineering and technical society regular programs and /or special events, and to speak to the press upon request. To make this work, however, we need information on YOU. Click here for more information.
IN KIND SERVICES
The Club makes an effort to keep our costs low, so that we can use our resources for the benefit of our members and the engineering commnunity. Some of our members provide us in-kind services, for which we are grateful
If your company has something to offer, email the Club or call 267-521-2327.