Many IEEE-USA members have turned to consulting as a way to practice their profession. Many of these members have come together to form local Consultants Networks. IEEE-USA is working to support these members career exploration into the field of self-employed consulting through its Alliance of IEEE Consultants' Networks Coordinating Committee (AICNCC). AICNCC helps local IEEE Consultants' Networks coordinate their activities and provides services to individual consultants in areas lacking sufficient members to start a local network. AICNCC's objectives include fostering the growth of Consultants' Networks in the United States, encouraging consultants to join existing networks or form new ones, promoting the use of independent technical and engineering consultants by industry and business, and providing educational activities for self-employed members. To date over 40 groups of IEEE members have formed local IEEE Consultants’ Networks.
IEEE-USA Consultants Fee Survey Report: 2012
IEEE-USA has conducted surveys of the
compensation of IEEE's U.S. members since 1972. Separate surveys
focusing on the compensation of consultants were implemented in 2002,
and with the exception of 2003, have been conducted annually ever since.
All findings in this report represent only those who were identified as
self-employed consultants; defined as the 1,275 individuals who
indicated that 50% or more of their consulting hours came from working
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New Consulting eBook Released - The Best of Today’s Engineer: On Consulting –Volume 2 (2011 Update)
This new compilation of articles from Today’s Engineer addresses a wide variety of consulting topics, including: reasons for becoming a consultant; how to become a better networker; and how to incorporate the new social media into your practice. This E-Book provides a convenient reference, as you build and incorporate new ideas into your practice.
A follow-up to Volume 1 (also still available), both volumes are “must-have references” for engineering consultants. Volume 1 and Volume 2 provide a wealth of information – and put it all in these two concentrated sources – right at your fingertips! Price is $4.79 for members and $5.99 for nonmembers.
The AICN Newsletter is a new publication that
provides timely news to consultants and would be
consultants on how to start or improve your
consulting practice. It contains stories written
by IEEE members about the world of engineering
consulting, highlighting trends in the
engineering field and interviews with company
executives about what they look for in a
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Webinar: Consulting 102
As a follow-up to
last year's webinar "Consulting 101," Gary Blank is
back and provided more valuable information
consultants can use to improve their practice. This
webinar addressed the most important challenge
facing consultants "How To Find Clients." He picked
up where he left off from his previous webinar
"Consulting 101," which focused on how to get
started in consulting, this webinar presented
several proven methods for finding clients for
consulting services and also how clients can find
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Engineering Students To Be Tomorrow's
Today's Engineer interviewed G.
Kemble Bennett, Ph.D., P.E., vice chancellor of
engineering for The Texas A&M University System
and dean of the Dwight Look College of
Engineering at Texas A&M University, where he
leads one of the largest and highest ranked
engineering programs in the nation. Dr. Bennett
shared with TE insights on the importance of
entrepreneurship, and what Texas A&M is doing to
make it part of its engineering curriculum.
Read the transcript of that interview.
IEEE-USA Produces IEEE.tv Segment on
Kawasaki, former Apple Fellow and Managing
Director of Garage.Com, share his unique
thoughts about what it is to be an entrepreneur
and how to raise money. Hear from experienced
entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and angels
about how to raise money during the startup
period and beyond.
Watch on IEEE.tv
For more information on IEEE-USA's Consultant
Services, the Alliance of IEEE Consultants' Networks Coordinating Committee, or how to
start your own local IEEE Consultants' Network, contact:
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