November 2009 Section Meeting – GM Hybrid Vehicle

GM Hybrid Vehicle

Waukesha County Technical College
Wednesday, November 11, 2009

General Motors, America’s largest automobile manufacturer, has been an innovator from its inception. In 1996, GM released the EV1. It was the first electric car designed for the general public. Since then, General Motors has improved upon its technology and has a wide variety of electric cars for the general public. Join us on November 11th for a live demonstration and presentation of General Motors current hybrid technology. This meeting will be held in conjunction with ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers). 

Register by Monday, November 9th.

GM Hybrid Vehicle

Waukesha County Technical College
Wednesday, November 11, 2009

General Motors, America’s largest automobile manufacturer, has been an innovator from its inception. In 1996, GM released the EV1. It was the first electric car designed for the general public. Since then, General Motors has improved upon its technology and has a wide variety of electric cars for the general public. Join us on November 11th for a live demonstration and presentation of General Motors current hybrid technology. This meeting will be held in conjunction with ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers). 

Register by Monday, November 9th.

  

Meeting Location
The meeting will be held at Waukesha County Technical College (Pewaukee Campus): 800 Main Street, Pewaukee, WI 53072

Parking
Free parking in lots #10, #11, or #12 (south or east side of campus)
Enter the industrial building through doors I-10 (south side) or I-6 (east/south side)
Proceed down corridor to the Auto Shops on the left.

Career Development
SAE Career Development Session: 4:00 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Dale Wiza of Professional Engineering Placements will share this session “Your Career, On Course” which was presented at COMVEC (Commercial Vehicle), on Oct. 6th.

New trends in: locating potential employment, tips on highlighting yourself through customizing your resume, follow-up etiquette, and how SAE can help in your career development.

Professional Engineering Placements, Inc. has been recruiting in the mobility industry for 15 years. Dale has served on the Section’s Board as: Vice-Chair of Membership, Chair, and presently as Career Development Chair.

Directions to WCTC
From the East on Hwy. 190 (Capitol Drive)
• Travel west on Capitol Drive.
• Turn left onto Hwy. 16 East, take first exit, Main Street (exit 188).
• Turn left on highway ramp and proceed to the WCTC main entrance on right.

From the East on I-94
• Travel west on I-94, exit onto Hwy. 16 West (exit 293C).
• Continue to first exit, Main Street (exit 188)
• Turn left off highway ramp and proceed straight into the WCTC main entrance.
From the West on I-94
• Travel east on I-94, exit onto Hwy. T (exit 293).
• Turn left onto Hwy T.
• Follow Hwy. T North about 2 miles to the WCTC main entrance on left.