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The IISE Puget Sound Professional Chapter has an exciting opportunity for our members. We have scheduled a FREE tour at Boeing’s new 777X Composite Wing Center in Everett, WA on Saturday September 30th at 12:00PMFind out more »
Starbucks industrial engineering is hosting an event for the Institute of Industrial & System Engineers - Puget Sound Professional Chapter (PSC) members.
Join us for a coffee tasting session and tour of the headquarters building while you learn how Starbucks industrial engineers apply their skill set on a daily basis.Find out more »
The Puget Sound Engineering Council (PSEC) hosts an Engineering Fair in conjunction with the IISE Puget Sound chapter. The Engineering Fair is staffed by practicing engineers and technical people representing many types of engineering 2016 PSEC Engineering Fair-25 UW engineering students showing off a race car they designed and built. disciplines.Find out more »
IISE Puget Sound Professional Chapter has a rare opportunity lined up to tour Blue Origin’s facility in Kent, WA.
Space will be extremely limited and tickets will go fast. So, please make sure to register ASAP.Find out more »
The IISE Puget Sound board has a very special and intimate networking event planned @ Fulcrum Coffee. This event is open to all members and guests. So, please make sure to invite others as we spend an evening learning about this very unique coffee start-up located in a So-Do incubator.Find out more »
Registration is now open for the IISE Annual Conference & Expo 2018 at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Orlando, Florida, on May 19-22. Act now for early-bird savings and best hotel availability. Connect with global industry and academia thought leadership in an unbeatable setting.Find out more »
Develop THE SKILL for career success and serious performance gains as an Engineer. Here is how to influence anyone – bosses, employees, customers, and your colleagues – to get phenomenal results easily and in ways that actually strengthen relationships. The most successful Engineers influence others to embrace and implement their ideas. Unfortunately, even at the top levels of an organization, many Engineers struggle with how to really influence others. Some Engineers are “one-trick ponies,” relying on one approach with every…Find out more »