November Newsletter

Thanks for reading our new newsletter! Here you will find the latest details about the upcoming monthly meeting, as well as other information we hope you'll find useful. Please take some time to read through this newsletter especially, as we've added a lot of programs and features we believe will be beneficial to you!
Monthly November Meeting
Thursday, November 2nd

Heinz Field Tour will begin at 5 pm at Gate 6 (North side of stadium) Tour will include the "fan experience" (training rooms and locker rooms) and a mechanical room tour. Limit to 30 people, sign up today!

We will meet at Burgatory North Shore afterwards for heavy appetizers and a drink.
1st Annual ASHRAE Pittsburgh Sporting Clays Outing
Spots are filling up quick for our Sporting Clays event! The first annual sporting clays outing will be held Tuesday, November 9th 2017 at Seven Springs Mountain Resort. Foursomes as well as individual pricing is available. Please click here for the flyer.
Season Passes Still Available!
It's not too late to purchase a season pass! Cost of pass will continue to be reduced throughout the year. Great for sharing and treating a guest to a meeting!
Job Opportunity Postings now available on our website! Contact us for more information about creating a listing!
YEA Happy Hour coming up!
We are currently planning a fall YEA (Young Engineers in ASHRAE) Happy Hour! Keep an eye out for the invite!
50/50 Raffles at Each Meeting!

Just a reminder that we will be hosting a 50/50 raffle each meeting. A various company will be sponsoring the raffle and half of the proceeds will be donated for our local Pittsburgh chapter.
ASHRAE Region III Regional Conference Held in Pittsburgh in 2018!

Our Pittsburgh chapter will be holding the region III conference August 16-18 2018. We are looking for volunteers to help coordinate. If you've been looking to get more involved with ASHRAE, this is your chance! Contact Rob Druga for more information.

Committee and Member Spotlight:
Sam Tascarella | Student Activities Chair
Student Activities Committee  develops a comprehensive program for the educational community for the purpose of promoting and encouraging engineering and HVAC&R careers. It administers and promotes student activities at all levels in the educational system.

Sam Tascarella has done an amazing job as the Student Activities Chair for the last three years. Sam frequently volunteers his time to give our youth insight into the engineering world. He also acts as a liason to the K-12 and college communities in the area.

We're always looking for volunteers as well. Interested volunteers can enter their child’s classroom and provide a presentation/activity which promotes engineering and science. ASHRAE has a variety of activities for various age groups which can be pre-approved by their teacher. If you're interested, contact Sam directly!