The October Central Chapter Dinner and Program on Thursday October 23rd, 2014 will discuss how to find work overseas and how to expand your work overseas.
Is your small business ready to go global? It may be an easier step than you think. Advances in technology can make worldwide commerce achievable for many small businesses, depending on the goods or services you offer.
If you're ready to explore the possibilities and challenges of exporting, U.S. Export Assistance Centers provide the help you need. These centers are located in major metropolitan areas throughout the United States.
Each U.S. Export Assistance Center is staffed by professionals from the SBA, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Export-Import Bank, and other public and private organizations. Together, their mission is to provide the help you need to compete in today's global marketplace. Your local U.S. Export Assistance Center is your one-stop shop, designed to provide export assistance for your small- or medium-sized business.
Happy hour is from 6-7pm, dinner at 7pm and the program starts at about 7:40pm.
Congratulations to the individuals honored at the 2014 NSPE-CO Awards on July 31st, 2014:
From left to right:
2014 Educator of the Year: Silva Chang
2014 Project Manager of the Year: Jane Aschermann, P.E.
2014 Young Engineer of the Year: Chelsey Lange, P.E.
2014 Woman Engineer of the Year: Jennifer Aieta, P.E.
2014 Manager of the Year: Ralph W. Christie, Jr. , P.E.
NSPE Fellow David Conner, P.E., F-NSPE
Young Engineer of the Year Finalist: Justin Meeks
Charles Piersall III, P.E. is 2014-15 State President, having been elected as President-Elect in 2013. Congratulations to the other elected officers for 2014-15:
Secretary/Treasurer: Patrick Roberts, P.E. Patrick has served as the Central Chapter Treasurer in 2013-14, and recently stepped in to fill the State Secretary/Treasurer role when the position was vacated mid-term. Patrick works for Martin/Martin.
National Director House of Delegates: Mark Weidhaas, P.E., F-NSPE, who has served as the House of Delegates alternate. The National Director House of Delegates represents Colorado at the national NSPE governance level.
Alternate National Director, House of Delegataes: Ben Railsback, P.E., M.S. In 2013-14 Ben served as Central Chapter Secretary. Ben is Director of Mechanical Engineering for Knott Laboratory.
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Farnsworth Group has an immediate opening in their Denver, CO office for a Civil Engineer within our Land Development Section. Qualified candidates will work with the Land Development team in the planning, design and construction administration of site, campus and subdivision projects with an emphasis in commercial and retail land development. Job duties include project management, client management, planning, engineering design, CAD drafting, technical writing and construction administration. Additional duties may include preparing drainage reports involving hydrology and hydraulic engineering specific to site and subdivision grading and drainage design.