Volunteering with SAE

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Participate with SAE: Volunteer and Paid Engagement Opportunities

  • Advance your career or gain career experience
  • Provide inspiration and guidance to the future generation
  • Connect to the engineering community

Getting involved with us will help you maintain sharp skill-sets and build upon skills you already have. It’s a great way to explore new fields and expand your work portfolio in your field. And don’t forget—it’s the perfect way to meet new people who share the same passion as you for bettering their personal development, industry, and our future generation.

Get started today! 

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Click here to Opt-In to the Volunteer Pool
2019 Top Contributor Class
Volunteer of the Week 
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Kinsey Olson Sovern
Kinsey is the Chair of the Dayton section.  She brings a fresh perspective on both creating and running events for the local members.  With her help, the Dayton section has increased its use of social media by 50 percent and seen growth in their AWIM programing. The section organized several large, successful events, including an annual family outing at the Dayton Airshow. Kinsey is a great leader who will ensure that the Dayton section remains to thrive. 

Thank you for all your contributions across the entire organization! 
"Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart."  - Elizabeth Andrew
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Please join our Member Connection Chat with the Expert on July 21-22
Topic:  Range Extenders for Electric Vehicles: Opportunities for new internal combustion engines

The chat will be lead by industry expert Scott Curran, group leader for Fuels and Engines Research at ​Oak Ridge National Laboratory

For more information or to join the chat, please click here.