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October 28 - 29, 2024 (in-person and online) at University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

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Attention Region 4 Job Seekers and Employers!

Region 4 is excited to announce a new resource for connecting local talent with local opportunities. Visit our dedicated job listings page to explore current openings within the region.

Employers: If you have a position you’d like to promote to our talented workforce, we welcome your job postings. Simply submit your listing through the form on our jobs page and we’ll share it with the community.

Let’s work together to build a stronger, more connected Region 4!
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  • The 2024 IEEE-USA IWRC (Innovation, Workforce, and Research) Conference brings together industry leaders, academics, and government representatives to bridge the gap between cutting-edge research and practical, market-ready applications. During this one-day summit, experts from the Dakotas and across the country will delve into topics such ...

  • From the tropical beauty of the Bahamas in 2023, our cruising saga continues in 2024 to the magnificent, wild Alaskan frontier. Building off of the success of IEEE-USA’s 50th Anniversary Cruise, IEEE-USA will be hosting a 7-night Alaska Cruise 9-16 September 2024. We’ll be cruising ...

Science Kits for Public Libraries (SKPL)

SKPL’s Mission

SKPL exists because we believe all children – regardless of race, gender, financial condition or home environment – should have access to high-quality, hands-on STEM learning experiences. By making catalyst grants available to public libraries; we empower them to start their own science kit collections that are free and accessible to the public.

Where It All Started

While serving on the board of the Mount Prospect Public Library (MPPL), IEEE Senior Life Member, John Zulasik, came up with an idea that would marry the role of public libraries with the notion that science kits could be checked out as easily as a library book. Hence, the concept of SKPL was born. Growing up, John enjoyed the science kits his parents provided to him and made it his mission to extend the same excitement and curiosity for STEM to all children, regardless of their circumstances.

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