Young Professionals “Boost” Program
The IEEE/OES Young Professionals branch invites you to participate in the leadership of the society by attending the meetings, by being involved in the diverse committees, and by helping with different aspects of the OCEANS conferences.
The IEEE/OES “YP-BOOST” program consists of recruiting 2 new YPs every year, starting on January 1st of the year following the selection, for a total of 4 YPs for a given year when in permanent regime. Candidates have been chosen for 2019 and will attend and participate in OCEANS’19 Marseille, France (June 17-20, 2019) and OCEANS’19 Seattle, Washington (October 27-31, 2019).
The duration of this program for each selected candidate is 2 years, corresponding to 4 OCEANS conferences, completely covered financially by OES.
The selected candidates to this program will then develop their relationship with the other professional and student attendees, representing a positive point for your professional career.
If you are interested in this program, you have to complete this form:
After completing the personal information, you will be asked to upload 2 documents:
- Your curriculum vitae (1 page);
- A letter of application showing your motivation and describing how and where you propose to be involved (2 pages). For that, you can study the organization of the society to select one or several committees you are interested in working with.
2020 Submissions due: To Be Determined
Note: A Young Professional is a member who graduated with his/her first professional degree within the last 15 years.
For any questions on the program or the application form, you can contact Dr. Frederic Maussang: email@example.com
YP Boost Class of 2019
As YP-BOOST laureates, they will be fully included in the leadership of the OES for the following two years. They will be particularly active at OCEANS’19 Marseille and OCEANS’19 Seattle, as judges for the Student Poster Competition, as social media reporters, and as participants in society meetings, among other activities.
YP Boost Class of 2018
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