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Engineering Alliance Minnesota Committees


Are you looking for a way to maximize the return on your Engineering Alliance Minnesota membership investment? Join a committee!

No, we're not going to ask you to sit through a bunch of boring and pointless meetings facilitated by a taskmaster committee chair with an unnatural love for Robert's Rules. Instead, committee service:

  • Can help you build valuable connections with other Engineering Alliance Minnesota members
  • Offers a unique opportunity for you to build leadership, management and strategic planning skills in a safe environment
  • Makes a positive impact on the value of Engineering Alliance Minnesota for you and your fellow members

Committees are formed in September of each year, though new committee members are welcome at any time.


Learn more or sign up for any committee or other volunteer opportunity
by completing the brief form at the bottom of this page.



Education and Engagement Committee

(formerly Professional Development Committee)

  • What do you want to learn? Help Engineering Alliance Minnesota offer the most relevant programs. Share your ideas for program topics and speaker leads and work with staff and committee members to move them from ideas to reality
  • Serve as an ambassador for Engineering Alliance Minnesota to other members attending an education program by helping with registration, assisting with speaker needs, or simply welcoming people on-site  
NEW! Engineering Celebration Event Committee
  • Plan a new event to celebrate engineering (rescheduled for Fall 2020)
  • The event will include recognition of Engineering Alliance Foundation Minnesota scholarship recipients, MN MATHCOUNTS mathletes, Engineering Alliance Minnesota award winners and other high-achievers in engineering
  • Who should be our keynote speaker? We're thinking BIG here!
  • It's all new  - Come join us and share in the fun of creating a new celebration!


Legislative Advocacy Committee

(formerly Legislative Relations Committee)

    • Working with the Engineering Alliance Minnesota lobbyist, monitor legislation that could affect the practice of engineering in Minnesota
    • Respond to legislation affecting engineers, which could include organizing grassroots lobbying, meeting with legislators and other decision makers and working cooperatively with like-minded associations and organizations
    • Maintain a positive working relationship with the MN Board of Licensure and other engineering and design professional organizations for the benefit of the engineering profession
    • Keep Engineering Alliance Minnesota members informed on legislative activities and encourage their involvement when needed/appropriate
    • Facilitate communication and understanding between Engineering Alliance Minnesota members and Minnesota legislators, including promoting Engineering Alliance Minnesota members as a resource for legislators

    MATHCOUNTS Committee
    • Oversee the operation and strategic direction of the Minnesota State MATHCOUNTS program
    • Plan and run the state competition
    • Explore new ways to grow the program's reach in Minnesota, incorporating the three distinct MATHCOUNTS programs: the Competition Series, the Math Video Challenge and the National Math Club


    Young Members Committee
    • Work with other young engineers to plan events and activities that meet the needs of those new to the engineering profession
    • Create customized education for the unique needs of young engineers based on what YOU want and need to learn
    • Give back to those still in school by sharing your experience and advice with engineering students and those considering an engineering career



    Engineering Alliance Foundation Minnesota Scholarship Selection Committee
    • Review scholarship applications and select recipients (This committee does its work via email and meets once in November/December to finalize scholarship recipients)



    Other Opportunities for Involvement

    Outreach Volunteers

    Interested in volunteering for an engineering outreach event? Join the Engineering Alliance Minnesota outreach volunteers group. This is not a traditional committee. When volunteer opportunities arise (career fairs, interactive engineering events classroom visits, etc.), staff will contact our outreach volunteers to fill available time slots. Volunteer based on what works for your schedule.

    My Local Chapter

    Interested in getting involved in your local chapter? Let us know (sign up below) and we will get you in contact with those leaders.





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