Already registered?  Now it’s time to get involved! The Western District has a long history of providing exciting young member opportunities at annual meetings. Events are scheduled throughout the conference, so make sure you don’t miss anything!

  • James H. Kell Student Design Competition

    Date/Time: Sunday, June 23rd, noon – 5:00 PM

    Description: All students are invited to participate in this mystery design challenge created by your peers! Students will compete in a team design challenge for prize money. No registration necessary. Teams will be formed on the day of the challenge and consist of students from different schools and ITE districts. Participation and placement will help earn points for your school towards winning the Student Chapter Annual Meeting Award!

    More Info: Visit the James H. Kell Award webpage, or e-mail the Western District Student Funding and Initiatives Chair, Kayla Fleskes.

  • Get Acquainted Social

    Date/Time: Sunday, June 23rd, 5:30 – 7:30 PM

    Description: The Get Acquainted Social is a great way to meet and mingle with both professionals and other students from the Western District.

  • Student & Faculty Leadership Luncheon

    Date/Time: Monday, June 24th, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

    Description: All students, student chapter leaders, faculty advisors, and professional liaisons are invited to join in a discussion on best practices for student chapters. Topics will include chapter activities, fundraising, and recruitment efforts. Come to share your own ideas or learn what other chapters are doing in the Western District – together we can help each other be the best chapters in ITE!

  • Young Member & First Time Attendee Ice Cream Social

    Date: Monday, June 24th, 3:00 – 4:30 PM

    Description: Meet and mingle with other young members and first time Annual Meeting attendees.  This inaugural social event will feature fun, activities, and opportunities to meet some of our ITE leadership including your Western District officers & International Directors!  For more information, please email the Western District Career Guidance Chair, Henry Hammel.

  • Career Guidance Track

    Resume Workshop & Speed Interview Session
    Date: Tuesday, June 25th, 8:00 – 9:30 AM

    Description: This session provides students the opportunity to spend time with multiple professionals from both public and private sectors to ask questions and obtain feedback on their resumes.  Alternatively, students may elect to have a mock speed interview to sharpen their interview skills and receive input on the dos and don’ts to a successful interview.

    Young Professional’s Survival Guide (Panel Session)
    Date: Tuesday, June 25th, 10:00 – 11:30 AM

    Description: This session will include a panel discussion on relevant workplace topics and is intended to provide tips and strategies to help young professionals navigate through some of the challenges of today’s workplace.  Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and solicit advice from the panel during the session.

    For more information, please email the Western District Career Guidance Chair, Henry Hammel.

  • MiteY Race – “Fork in the Road”

    Date/Time: Tuesday, June 25th, 1:30 – 3:00 PM

    Description: The MiteY Race is modeled after the hit television series “The Amazing Race” where teams follow clues and complete challenging but fun tasks to race for first place! We are hosting the race in conjunction with our Career Guidance program on Tuesday of the meeting.  No advance sign up is necessary, but all participants should arrive by 1:30 PM to be assigned to a team.

    More Info: More information about the MiteY Race can be found here.

  • Student Chapter Annual Meeting Award

    Date/Time: Points awarded throughout the conference; the winning chapter will be announced at the States Luncheon on Wednesday, June 26th.

    Description: An overall Annual Meeting Award will be presented to the student chapter who has the highest participation and performance at the annual meeting. Points will be awarded for general attendance, participation in student events, and volunteering throughout the conference. Points do not rely solely on which chapter has the most attendees!

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