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.

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Getting Started

Participating with SAE has never been easier. Let us help you get started on your journey today!

 

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Help us Celebrate Engineers Week
February 22-26, 2021



To help commemorate 2021 Engineers’ Week, we’re holding a contest for our members. Each day during that week (February 22-26) the SAE Membership Team will pose questions around the theme of Urban Air Mobility in the Open Forum discussion group. You'll have until the opportunity to reply with a written response or a video. The Membership Team will select a winner every day. The daily winners will receive a $100 digital Amazon giftcard…and then a Grand Prize of a $500 digital Amazon giftcard will be awarded to the best overall answer out of the daily winners.


Congratulations to the 2020 Top Contributor Class:

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Danny Bocci, John Deere

My motivation to volunteer for SAE is the opportunity to give back to a program that has helped me in my career and have a chance to give back/support the engineering community.

Danny has been volunteering with SAE for 12 years.  He is the  EV Tech Captain for both the Formula SAE California and Formula SAE North competitions.  In this role he is responsible for the electric vehicle technical inspection and some of the electrical system documentation which is submitted pre-competition.  He also works  with others to develop the electric vehicle rules for the competitions.

"Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart."  - Elizabeth Andrew