E-week Announces Dates For Luncheon And Banquet; Nominations Now Open For Awards

Thursday, January 11, 2018

E-week 2018 announces their upcoming luncheon at UTC on Monday, Feb. 19, and the E-week Awards Banquet at the DoubleTree on Friday Feb. 23.

The 2018 Chattanooga Area Engineer's Week Awards committee invites you to nominate a candidate for one of the E-Week Awards below. Complete the appropriate nomination form and return it by Friday, Feb 2.  Winners will be announced during the E-Week Awards Banquet. General qualifications are shown below, but see the nomination forms for more details.

- Outstanding Engineer of the Year— outstanding work-related achievements for the year 2017; be a graduate of an accredited engineering college with a baccalaureate in a recognized engineering discipline; known for practice in the Chattanooga area and registered as a professional engineer (P.E.).

- Young Engineer of the Year— same as for Engineer of the Year except EIT or FE can be held in lieu of registration; thirty five years of age or younger during 2017.

- Technician of the Year— graduate of a two-year associate of applied science degree in engineering technology with a minimum of five years experience or 10 years related work experience with two letters of recommendation from engineers verifying that the level of work is consistent with the degree.

- People-to-People— given to an individual for their unselfish devotion to public service; nominees must have made outstanding personal and professional contributions in service of their community, profession and the public welfare for the benefit of all people.

Pick up forms and see additional info here.

Contact Bryan Eldridge at 423-834-0653 (h) or 423-238-7111 x56294 (w), or email bryan.eldridge@mckee.com for any questions or help on nominations.



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