"Managing Your Career in Today's Aerospace Industry:
An executive panel discussion for Young Professionals and Students"
at the PNW AIAA Technical Symposium • November 3, 2012
Boeing 2-22 Building • 7755 East Marginal South
Christine McCoy, The Boeing Company
Engineering Hiring Manager Propulsion Systems Division
Executive Panel Discussion with:
Tom Brosius, Orion Aerospace • Dean Poor, LMI Aerospace
Robert Olson, The Boeing Company
Join PNAA for a collaborative event held in conjunction with the Pacific Northwest Section of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics' (PNW AIAA’s) Technical Symposium on November 3 in Seattle.
The Young Professional Event will feature keynote speaker, Christine McCoy, and other aerospace professionals who will share wisdom and advice from their journeys from young professional to industry leaders. Students and aerospace professionals in attendance will learn tips on how they can advance their careers and pursue their educational and career goals.
In addition to panel discussions, the event will also include a presentation by Paul Dees, Building and Flying Gliders for Fun and Profit: The Value of On-Hours and Off-Hours Projects.
The Young Professionals Session will provide an excellent opportunity for students and young professionals to network with aerospace executives and industry experts who want to share their experiences and discuss issues that are important to them.
Young Professional-oriented events will take place throughout the Technical Symposium and will provide ample time for networking. More details, including with a list of speakers and panelists will be coming soon.
PNAA Member Rates is $60 from October 1-November 1 (or $69 after Nov. 1).
Non-members Rates increase to $69 after September 30. See PNW AIAA's website for more information.
To attend only the Young Professional Session from 4pm to 6pm, the cost will be $15 (no early registration discount). The YP session is free to all who attend the Technical Symposium.
Click here for Symposium registration information