This year I was part of this phenomenal congress where I held my workshop!
The 3rd Annual IEEE Student & Young Professional Congress is back and this year is a part of a larger, countrywide brand called BH Engineering Week. This year’s topic is “Made in BIH” and we will bring together companies and experts from Bosnia and Herzegovina, that have made it internationally, to share their stories, struggles, and inspiration. Students and young professionals from the whole country will have the opportunity to learn from those who have walked the path of success in their homeland and gain new insight into what it takes to make it here. Join us and immerse yourself in 3 days of personal development, professional networking, innovative thinking, entrepreneurial development, and lifelong friendship building.
The IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional society. IEEE’s core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE Students and Young Professionals, an active and engaged portion of our membership, are interested in elevating their professional image, expanding their global network, connecting with peers locally, and giving back to their community.
This year the focus is on providing top-level education content to participants that will include various technical and non-technical workshops. Our partner, BH Futures Foundation will organize a program of workshops aimed at preparing students and young engineers for job hunting. One of the key ideas is to teach young people the basics of presenting themselves to potential employers and making themselves more attractive in the business world. They will also get the opportunity to go through a session of Mock Interviews and try their skills out and get feedback from professionals who do employ for real-life engineering companies.
All other information and lectures can be viewed on this link
Also, Facebook on this link
You can download my presentations at this link
A few pics at the end 🙂