Work in Progresss

Major Activities

  1. Obtaining a list of all related companies and contacts
  2. Creating an IEEE promotional booth by participating in public events such as:
    • Career Day at Local universities, major companies and others,
    • Local exhibition and shows (i.e. book shows, computer, etc).
  3. Establishing a local Industry Relations Committee (IRC) or Forum (IRF) to focus more on tasks and provide the needed support to fulfill its goals.
  4. Establishing a rewarding and incentive program for contributing companies to promote IEEE in the Section:
    • Company logo on IEEE Iran Section newsletters, poster, …
    • Company logo on IEEE Iran Section shirts, pens with IEEE logo
    • Appreciation gifts and certificates to be distributed during local events and Ceremony, …
  5. Arranging trips/visits for IEEE students to major local industrial companies such as: Oil and Gas, electrical and power, Telecom Operators, Media and vice versa.
  6. Also, visits to industries and universities at neighboring and regional countries to share/exchange knowledge, introduce IEEE Section goals and benefits and learn from each other.
  7. Adding project seminar in academia/industry
  8. Promoting young speakers in the local professional community to make presentations at national and international events.
  9. Conducting student contests sponsored by local industry and companies. The contest should be around an item of interest to the sponsoring companies.
  10. Arranging student visits to industry to exchange views and better understand industry requirements and expectations from fresh graduate students.
  11. Arranging the presentations by young engineers in the industry to students highlighting his experience with industry and provide them with advises on what to do during college to be better prepared for the industry.
  12. Inviting local industry to sponsor an IEEE student competition on a project that is of great interest to the industry. Winners will have a great chance to be hired by such industry as part-time during college and full time after graduation.
  13. Obtaining proposals from local industry to accept co-op students to work on challenging projects to achieve the full benefit of such programs with priority given to IEEE students.
  14. Assisting IEEE Student members to obtain jobs related to their field and interest after graduation.
  15. Establishing a committee consisting of academia and industry representatives to review the curriculum of local universities and make recommendations for changes to be in-line with local industry requirements and needs.
  16. Approaching major book and professional stores to offer discounts for those IEEE members who possess valid membership.