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Title: Regional Leadership Conference RLC August 4 6, 2006 New Haven, CT


1
Regional Leadership Conference (RLC) August 4
6, 2006 New Haven, CT
NSBE CANADA ZONE PRESENTATION
  • Nnaziri Ihejirika
  • Chair, NSBE Region 1 Canada Zone

2
Contents
3
INTRODUCTION
  • Welcome to the Can Do Canada Zone
  • Nnaziri Ihejirika
  • Mechanical Engineering at University of Toronto
  • Ultimate dream is to own the world, till then
    Ill focus on Canada Zone ?
  • REB Positions (Canada Zone Chair and R1 IC Chair)

ICE - BREAKER
4
CANADA ZONE HISTORY
  • First Chapter formed at McGill in 1991
  • Canada Zone unofficially established in 2001
  • Dwayne Shirley was the first Zone Chair
  • Canada Zone achieved full zone status at FRC
    2004, with Faye Cummings as Chair.
  • 1st Canada Zone Fall Zone Conference (FZC) was
    held in McGill in October, 2002.
  • FZC will return to McGill this year from
    September 29 October 1, 2006.

5
ZEB 2006 2007
  • Chair Nnaziri Ihejirika, University of Toronto
  • Vice-Chair Elijah Johnson, McGill University
  • Treasurer Xavier Gordon, Carleton
    University/OUIT
  • Secretary Tania Hew, Ryerson University
  • Programs Chair Jessica Mbewe, Carleton
    University
  • PCI Chair Ikenna Osuji, University of Toronto
  • T/Comm Chair Diran Otegbade, University of
    Toronto
  • Alumni Relations Chair Ihuaku Ihejirika,
    Ryerson U.

6
STATE OF THE ZONE
  • 144 NOL-active members for 2005 2006
  • 6 active chapters (Carleton, Concordia, Ecole
    Polytecnique, McGill, Ryerson and U. of
    Toronto).
  • Only 3 NOL-active Chapters (Toronto, Ryerson,
    McGill U.)
  • The others have the numbers but have not
    fulfilled one or more requirements for
    re-chartering.
  • Inactive chapters include University of Ottawa,
    University of Waterloo, McMaster University.
  • A proposed chapter at Queens University is
    currently being evaluated.
  • Full Zone Executive Board for the first time in 2
    years.
  • Canada Zone will host the first NSBE
    International Convention in Toronto in 2010.

7
2006-2007 Goals and Objectives
  • Leadership and Academic Development
  • Establish a Zone Mentorship Program that will
    pair upper-year students with incoming freshmen.
  • Have at least 2 candidates run for each ZEB
    position next year.
  • Establish a NOL-active Alumni Chapter in Toronto
    and ensure that the Montreal Alumni chapter
    becomes active.
  • Operational Effectiveness
  • Get NSBE recognized as a legal entity in Canada.
  • Achieve 100 CDP submission by every single
    active chapter.
  • Hold the International Summit in Canada during
    the Spring of 2007, with at least 50 members in
    attendance from Canada Zone.
  • Hold a dynamic FZC that is tailored along the
    National Directives of L.O.V.E with at least 75
    members in attendance.

8
20062007 Goals and Objectives (Continued)
  • Vital Technical Excellence Programs
  • Hold 2nd Annual AWFE in Canada Zone with at least
    40 members in attendance.
  • Link up with the school boards of Toronto,
    Montreal and Ottawa as strategic partners in a
    PCI/NSBE Jr. Drive. The goal is to establish 6
    NSBE Jr. chapters within Canada Zone by April
    2007.
  • Have all 6 chapters represented at the 1st Annual
    Canada Zone Academic Technical Bowl (ATB)
    Contest.
  • Expanding Career Access
  • Update the website with jobs, scholarships and
    internship information every week.
  • Have speakers from industry at FZC and encourage
    chapters to invite speakers to hold workshops for
    their memberships.
  • Have at least 1 corporate partner this year.

9
2006-2007 Canada Zone Programming
  • Fall Zone Conference (FZC)
  • September 29 October 1, 2006.
  • McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
  • A Walk for Education (AWFE)
  • February 24, 2007.
  • Location TBD
  • NSBE International Summit
  • Proposed May 2007 date
  • Location(s) TBD

10
5th Annual Fall Zone Conference
  • WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS
  • Networking How to get that contact
  • Financial Vitality Increase your net worth
  • Time Management Do More with Less
  • Image and Professionalism Success in the real
    world
  • Career Planning What next?
  • Grad School Workshop To Do or Not To Do
  • NSBE Panel Is NSBE relevant in this day and
    age?
  • NSBE 411 What you thought you knew, but didnt
  • Academic Technical Bowl Time for some school
    pride
  • Do You Have What it Takes? Effective
    Leadership
  • OTHER ACTIVITIES
  • Friday evening opening session and Mixer/Games
  • Saturday Group Dinner

11
2006 2007 R1 and National Events
  • Fall Regional Conference (FRC)
  • November 10 12, 2006
  • Buffalo, NY
  • Spring Regional Conference (SRC)
  • Date TBD
  • New Haven, CT
  • National Convention
  • March 28 April 1, 2007
  • Columbus, OH

12
CONCLUSION
  • Id like to welcome you all to the new era of
    NSBE Canada Zone. We have achieved a lot in our
    few short years of existence, but much remains to
    be done.
  • Some targets have been set for this year, and
    anything short of these lofty goals will be
    failure.
  • Meeting those goals will be no more than is
    required of us, and cannot be described as
    success.
  • Our success will only be assured when we exceed
    the goals that have been set, and in this we
    cannot fail together, we will take NSBE Canada
    and Region 1to greater heights, and Im pleased
    to say that we are on the way to doing so.
  • ONE FIRE! MO FIYAH!!

13
ANY QUESTIONS Nnaziri Ihejirika Office Hours
MSN - nazy75_at_hotmail.com Online S 6-8, M 9-10
Telephone Sat 6-8 (416)520-2138 r1canadazonech
air_at_board.nsbe.org
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