Staying in touch.
Please know that we are available and dedicated to helping you – and we've included information in this newsletter with you in mind. Please reach out if you need any services or information to help you or your organization, or if we can help answer any questions.

RECENT NEWS

Employers have job opportunities to keep Michigan working during the pandemic. Did you lose your job or have your hours reduced as a result of COVID-19? Businesses across Michigan need thousands of workers for immediate hire.

Crain’s new podcast, Small Business Lifeline, focuses on helping small businesses navigate the COVID-19 crisis and rebuild for the future. Every Thursday, the podcast will highlight a specific topic with timely expert advice and updates. 

For parents looking for ways to engage their children in engineering while at home, DiscoverE has created a new resource: At Home Engineering . Filled with student activities, video challenges, and articles for parents and teachers, At Home Engineering may just become your go-to resource. New material and features will be added each week!

Now more than ever is a time to focus on your health and fitness. We need to reduce stress and anxiety, eat well and stay moving .

ESD RESOURCES

Webinars
ESD's online educational series will continue in late April. Save-the-date for the next two sessions; details and registration information will be available soon.

April 30 - Blockchain Technology
May 7 - 5G Technical Perspective

If you have a topic suggestion for a webinar, please email Elana Shelef at eshelef@esd.org.

We're happy to say we've rescheduled all of our spring and summer events to the fall, when it will be a safer time for us to get together. Mark your calendar for these events:

September 16: Gold Award Reception & Recognition
October 2: Engineers Get Hired  
November 5: North American International Cyber Summit
November 6-8:   Campus Party Techfest
December: ESD Annual Dinner (Date TBD)

Beginning with ESD's founding in 1895 and beyond, the Society boasts a long list of accomplishments, achievements and impact along the way. Take a walk down memory lane in the latest issue of TechCentury magazine. The issue includes photos and member stories that outline the impact of ESD on Detroit, and its evolution keeping up with the engineering industry.

Join the ASME community on April 25 for their Engineering Festival (E-Fest) to learn about engineering student innovation ideas. E-Fests are regional events for engineering students that include design competitions, career development workshops, access to thought leaders and innovators in various engineering fields, and more.

We're in this together. If you need anything or want to talk about how things are going, I'm here to help. Feel free to reach out to me or a member of ESD's staff at anytime for assistance.

Stay Healthy,

Heather Lilley
Membership Director
The Engineering Society of Detroit
hlilley@esd.org
248-353-0735, ext. 120

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