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Three New IEEE-USA EVO Virtual Events to Level Up Your Career — for FREE

By Corey Ruth

The Premier Conferences for Dynamic Leadership and the EVOlution of YOU

IEEE-USA is expanding our flagship EVO conference in 2021 to include all new, free, online events — EVOnCampus and EVOpro.

These innovative conferences will continue the “EVOlution of You” theme, while focusing on EVOlving your skillset, helping you plan your career roadmap, and inspiring you with dynamic, immersive learning from leading industry experts.

EVOnCampus 1.0 and 2.0, a series of two independent virtual events held 16 June & 3 November, will give recent grads and current college students insight into tech trends and pathways to lead them to challenging and fulfilling careers. Get inspired for your future!

EVOPro, to be held 1 September, will challenge career-oriented professionals to think creatively and find innovative solutions to tomorrow’s challenges today. Impactful keynote speakers and sessions will broaden your skill set, push you to grow as a leader, and supply useful insights from “Big Thinkers” in industry to take your career to the next level.

Stay tuned for our outstanding lineup of speakers, to be announced in early May! 


Featured speakers at past EVO events have included: Bran Ferrin (Applied Minds, Disney Imagineering); Vint Cerf (Google); Corey Doctorow (BoingBoing); Larry Hornbeck (DLP Inventor, Oscar Winner, Texas Instruments); Myles Kovacs (DUB Magazine); Monique Morrow (Cisco); Alton D. Romig, Jr (Lockheed Martin Skunkworks); Patty Hatter (Intel); Steve Sasson (Digital Camera Inventor, Kodak); Sonita Lontoh (HP); Samantha Snabes (re:3D); Maxim Jago (Filmmaker/Futurist); James Finlay (Adobe); Nancy Martin (GE) — and many more.

Now more than ever, changing times demand an Evolution of You™ and IEEE-USA’s EVO Conferences will help you navigate today’s complex career landscape.

Registration for all three of these free events is now open at Sign up today!

Corey Ruth is IEEE-USA’s media relations associate.

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IEEE-USA is an organizational unit of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), created in 1973 to support the career and public policy interests of IEEE’s U.S. members. IEEE-USA is primarily supported by an annual assessment paid by U.S. IEEE Members.

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