UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is proud to partner with Eduserc to help prepare middle and high school students for technical, professional and personal success in prospective careers.
Eduserc is bringing their nation wide Industry Pipeline Leadership Development Program to the Buffalo area. This is a national professional leadership and personal enrichment experience that prepares individuals for technical, professional and personal success in prospective careers.
When schools are closed, students participate in various industry field trips and mentoring experiences to help them decide on a career field. Throughout the year, students receive technical and professional development skills training, scholarship preparation assistance and project-based learning opportunities with industry mentors to adequately prepare them for the workforce and their field of choice.
The 2020 Annual Career and Professional Development Conference will be held on April 2nd – 3rd, 2020 | 10am – 3pm @ Microsoft Mid-Atlantic District Conference Center 5404 Wisconsin Ave. Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Companies and organizations interested in getting involved should considerder the following options:
Host a field trip or activity at your company on one of the following dates
Become mentors for the industry development workshops on Saturdays (we ask that at least two mentors sign up to represent each company, mentors are required to attend all of the Saturday workshops throughout the year, six in total)
Provide monetary support to help low income families and students interested in this program.
We welcome you to attend the IDPL Open House on April 28th at UB. For more information check out the IPDL homepage or contact Steven Pilat at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brian Smith at email@example.com directly.
Students interested in this program can find eligibility and application requirements as well as program schedules on the Eduserc website.
The program has a $440 annual fee. Scholarships may be available in the future.