Special Joint Meeting With Rutgers Student AIChE
Held at Rutgers University
Including Rutgers Student Awards
Monday March 11, 2013
Setting Your Course for the Future – Making the Most of your Chemical Engineering degree
Faced with limitless opportunities, chemical engineers have numerous jobs and career paths to pursue. The so called war for talent does exist for ChemE’s. Which jobs lead to rewarding careers, do I want to manage molecules or people, or which opportunity will give me a chance to make a difference in society? What if you find yourself on the other end of the spectrum not really sure what you want to do when you “grow up”? Join Adam Forbes, global director of staffing from Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies for a talk and discussion about opportunities and challenges for chemical engineers, careers options to consider, and how to create a meaningful career path that is suited for what matters most to you.
About the Speaker:
Adam Forbes Global Director, Staffing Staffing Center of Excellence – Honeywell
Adam Forbes is the global director of staffing for Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies, based in Morristown, NJ. He is responsible for leading staffing activities globally, including the development and implementation of global staffing strategies and solutions in response to business requirements. Adam leads PMT global university relations and partners with leaders across the business to develop and implement global diversity initiatives.
Adam joined Honeywell in 2005 as manager of staffing process excellence. He was promoted to global university relations leader in 2006 and the North Americas staffing leader for the Automation and Control Solutions business group in 2008. Prior to joining Honeywell, Adam gained 10 years of staffing and university relations related experience in business development, sales, university recruiting, and as a consultant. He is six-sigma Green Belt certified.
Adam earned a Master of Science in Communications with an emphasis in Organizational Communication, Learning and Design from Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY. He also holds two undergraduate degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Bachelor of Music, also from Ithaca College.
Monday March 11, 2013
Registration 6:00 PM
Dinner/Networking 6:15 PM
Program 6:45 PM
Bush Campus Center – COVE
604 Bartholomew Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854
(parking for the event will be in lots 51,59, and 67 near the center)
No Charge –
(Donations from actively employed AIChE members graciously accepted to assist in supporting the student awards program)
Call Andy Soos at (908) 604-2670 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 3/8/13.
Executive Committee Meeting
The Executive Committee meeting for February will be held on March 5 th at Paisano’s Pizza at 6:30 pm. All members are welcome.
Some meetings of NJAIChE have been sponsored. If you would like to sponsor this meeting or a future meeting please let us know. Many levels of sponsorship are available.
Have you heard someone speak that would be of interest to our group? Would you like to speak? We’re interested in both technical and general interest presentations. Let us know.Professional Development Hours
PDH credits will be awarded when applicable