The time has come once again to get ready for the 2018 Student Leadership Conference.
Date: April 6-8, 2018
Place: Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center. Broken Arrow, OK
(Check out the hotel and conference center here.)
Cost: $125.00 Double Occupancy Room
$200.00 Single Occupancy Room
Register here NOW!
- Friday Night Pizza/Pasta with Professionals Networking Event
- Breakout Sessions with Company CEO’s, Safety Professionals, Silica Awareness Certificate and Hilti Tool Demonstration, Fall Protection Demonstration, How to Evaluate Job Offers Panel, Young Safety Professionals Panel.
- Ask all the questions you need to help you decide what type of safety professional you aspire to be.
- Network with Safety Professionals and Students
This year’s conference is designed to help you make the choices that will start your career. How do I know what salary to ask for? What industry should I work in? How do benefit packages affect my job offer? What do managers and hiring managers look for when hiring a new employee? Open panel discussions with the professionals that can help you make answer those questions.
Sign up NOW!!! The conference is capped at 125 students this year. First come-first serve registration is open. ASSE Student Members are guaranteed registrations and hotel accommodations if you are one of the first 125 registrants. Not an ASSE student member??? Become a student member here.
Questions? Contact Tristan Landers @Tristan Landers or Justin Bielss @Justin Bielss
We look forward to seeing you in April!!
Applications for the ASSE Foundation’s 2018 Scholarship and Grant Program are being accepted
Posted: Nov 01, 2017
Stan Gregory, CSP, Assistant Region III VP Student Sections, wanted to remind everyone that applications for the ASSE Foundation’s 2018 Scholarship and Grant Program are being accepted until December 1 at 11:59pm EST! Be sure that all applications are turned in before the due date to be considered for an award.
This coming year more than $350,000 will be available to members of the safety community, including multiple Impact Scholarships of $10,000 or more in value.
Stan said that he looks “forward to seeing those awarded at the Safety 2018 conference in San Antonio next year.”
Please share this information with any students within your Chapter. To learn more about the program and complete your application online see: foundation.asse.org/scholarships-and-grants.
Hurricane Safety Resources
Posted: Sep 01, 2017
As we watch how communities and volunteers are coming together in response to Harvey’s aftermath, we are truly inspired and encouraged that even through tragic events, we as a nation can come together and help our neighbors in need. ASSE Region III is proud to be a part of this effort and want to do our part in meeting those needs.
To assist our first responders and volunteers participating in the ongoing clean-up efforts, here are some links to resources available to help keep those workers safe.
Hurricane Harvey Region III Response
Posted: Aug 28, 2017
Our continued thoughts and prayers go out to all of our Region III colleagues their families and communities that have been and continue to be impacted by “Harvey” and its aftermath.
8/31/17 Update from Region III Leadership
Hello Members of ASSE,
Like all of us, the last several days have left us at a complete loss for words. While the news repeated statements such as devastation, epic, and unprecedented I stood by feeling helpless, anxious and eager. Through the abundance of text messages and emails we all received from friends and family across the country, there is no doubt that we WILL be back…better than ever…and dare we say, it’s going to be honor to play even a small part of that. Monetary donations can be made thru the following link: https://www.youcaring.com/asseregioniiimemberstheirfamiliesandallaffected-919937.
ASSE Name Change is Official!
Posted: Aug 17, 2017
The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) will become the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) in conjunction with Safety 2018 in San Antonio.
The new name was unanimously recommended by the ASSE Board of Directors in January and was supported by its House of Delegates in June at Safety 2017 in Denver.
The ASSE’s logo will undergo small adjustments that correspond with its name change.
For more information see: http://ow.ly/CRwg30esbTf