ABOUT EASYP CONGRESS
The Young Professionals (YP) affinity group (AG) of IEEE Uganda Subsection are combination of old and welcome new members to take YP to great heights. It is i need help with my homework relatively young AG in the process of registering with region 8.
The Affinity group is currently managed by Volunteers lead by Mr. Vincent Olema
IEEE Region 8 cross sectional Student and Young professional Congresses are events that take place at every odd year, in Region8. They gather both student and Young Professional members from all IEEE neighboring sections in the Region and provide opportunities to socialize and interact to develop soft skills, enhance knowledge of technology, discuss the common organizational challenges and prepare participants for new roles. The edition aims to gather more than one hundred participants in a wider variety of workshops and lectures.
In 2014, the Student Branch Congressthe great gatsby critical essay examples was renamed to Student and Young Professional Congress and many versions of congresses have taken place thereafter. They include the following:
Technology has gone a long way towards improving quality of life and humanity. Yet in Africa in general, East Africa region in particular, the benefits of these technologies can rarely be noticed in the everyday life.
This primarily as a result of lack of coordination between various entities responsible for specific sectors/areas of provision of services and solutions to the public which include both the public and private sectors. The results is stunted development, unnecessary hardship, lost opportunities and an increasing lethargy of the citizenry.
In an attempt to use the IEEE EASYPC to come up with solutions that could allow these students and Young professionals to be better equipped to contribute positively wherever they find themselves, the theme for this year’s congress is “Build a sustainable community of IEEE members and volunteers “
The Congress aims are:
Enable the East African Region and Uganda Subsection to develop as mature self-managing IEEE entities by accepting the responsibilities of a major event organization.