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PCB007-July2019

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IPC EMERGING ENGINEER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS IPC EMERGING ENGINEERS • Grow your technical knowledge and organizational skills with participation in IPC committees for development of industry standards. • Build connections for technology interchange. • Become a valued contributor to the industry — like IPC Mentors. BECOME AN IPC EMERGING ENGINEER If you have worked in the industry less than 5 years or are a student in an engineering or engineering-related program at a College or University, and are ready to invest in your career. You can commit to: • Spending time with an Emerging Engineer sharing experiences and providing guidance on IPC-related activities • Attending IPC APEX EXPO for the next 3 years. • Helping the next generation become tomorrow's standards development leaders. Mentoring responsibilities include: participation in the candidate selection process, briefing your assigned IPC Emerging Engineer before and after meetings, making introductions to peers, participating in networking opportunities, and providing feedback to IPC twice each year. Send your professional biography and ideas for this program to: CareerDevelopment@ipc.org. • Learning about new technologies and the industry standards development process from subject matter experts • Participating in IPC committee work on industry standards development. • Attending IPC APEX EXPO for the next 3 years. Individuals selected as IPC Emerging Engineers will be awarded an All-Access Package to IPC APEX EXPO (approximately $1,500 value) to learn about all that IPC has to offer the industry. Send your resumé to: CareerDevelopment@ipc.org. IPC MENTORS • Develop your leadership skills by providing guidance to Emerging Engineers new to the industry, demonstrate your technical and organizational expertise. • Expand your professional network. • Ensure that your IPC committee work continues. JOIN THE IPC MENTORS TEAM If you have at least 7 years of industry experience, and have worked on an IPC committee for at least 5 years. You can commit to:

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