IEEE-USA in ACTION Features Career Webinars & Stories for Today's Technology Professional
WASHINGTON, April 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- You've sent out thousands of resumes, posted your qualifications on numerous job sites and gone to as many networking events you can cram into your day. And still no job offer. Sounds like you need to do more.
IEEE-USA offers a host of career-related Webinars to help you. Titles such as "How to Win in a Competitive Job Market," "Why Haven't I Been Hired Yet?" and "Getting the Job You Want," are featured in the latest issue of IEEE-USA in ACTION. The publication highlights programs, products, services and activities geared toward technology professionals.
Original articles include, among others, an update on IEEE-USA's first New Face of Engineering, an overview of the organization's federal legislative priorities, a recap of the Smart Grid World Forum, a glimpse at life as a new Congressional Fellow, a personal look at one IEEE-USA volunteer leader and a student member's perspective on becoming active in public policy.
If you've never seen a modern, interactive online magazine, you should check out IEEE-USA in ACTION. In addition to the ease of moving within the issue's 43 pages, the quarterly publication offers article commenting capability, polls, photo slideshows and the ability to share stories through social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter. You can also see the full page of a story without having to scroll.
Two four-part IEEE-USA E-Book series, "Doing Innovation: Creating Economic Value" and "Creating Effective Technical Presentations," are also featured.
So before you think this is an April Fool's Day joke, because, after all no publication could possibly have this much style and substance, check out IEEE-USA in ACTION at http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/ieeeusa/ieeeusa_0311.
IEEE-USA advances the public good and promotes the careers and public policy interests of 210,000 engineering, computing and technology professionals who are U.S. members of IEEE. http://www.ieeeusa.org
SOURCE IEEE-USA (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)