Membership Activities
Darrel Chong
Vice Chair, Membership Activities
Chair, Membership Development
1 March 2014
Kuching, Malaysia
The membership activities committee is structured to
support members’ lifecycle
Members’ Lifecycle Supported
SAC
YP (GOLD)
MD
LM
(Om, Pasan)
(Open)
(Darrel)
(Kunio)
WIE (Takako)
IBSC
(Michael)
SC Support
(Elmer)
Awards
(Kukjin)
Membership Activities’ overarching objectives
PUSH – PULL - IMPROVE
1.
PUSH: Create awareness of the IEEE’s values to members
2.
PULL: Regularly engage our members so that we listen and
understand their needs.
3.
IMPROVE: Identify our gaps and seek proactive ways to
enhance our members’ experience
Section health is extremely important. You are our frontline
leaders.
As of 31 Dec 2013 for Region 10
o
57 Sections (0 formed in 2013)
o
18 Sub-sections (1 formed in 2013)
o
6 Councils (0 formed in 2013)
o
542 Chapters (37 formed, 10 Dissolved in 2013)
o
1,070 Student branches (112 formed in 2013)
o
291 Student branch chapters (89 formed in 2013)
o
27 GOLD Affinity groups (0 formed, 1 Dissolved in 2013)
o
25 WIE Affinity groups (0 formed, 1 dissolved in 2013)
o
5 Life Member Affinity group (0 formed in 2013)
R10 Membership grew above global average in 2013
o
Higher grade
R10 +1,400 vs. Total (2,000)
o
GSM
R10 +2,400 vs. Total +2,000
o
Student
R10 + 1,500 vs. Total +2,300
R10 Young Professionals (GOLD) grew at 10.8% … above global
average
R10 WIE grew at 19.7% … above global average
Ranking countries by higher-grade membership.
India, Japan, China, Australia are among the top 10.
Benefits of IEEE Membership – find out by country, by
member-cycle! You will see six categories of benefits !
http://www.ieee.org/membership_services/membership/benefits/index.html
Members from 21 countries in R10 are eligible for e-membership
The e-Membership option is available to new and renewing members who reside in countries
where the per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) does not exceed US$15,000 (per United
Nations Guidelines). Annual base dues with e-Membership are just US$50*.
Benefits
e-Membership
Traditional
Membership
Membership Card
electronic (PDF)
print
IEEE Spectrum
electronic
print & electronic
The Institute NL
electronic
print & electronic
Potentials Mag.
electronic
print & electronic
All other benefits of
membership
no change
no change
US$50*
US$138*
Annual base dues
*IEEE membership dues also carry a regional activities assessment based
on your country, and can be US$4, US$5 or US$13 additional depending on
where you live. This assessment is the same whether you choose
electronic or traditional membership
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Malaysia
Maldives
Mongolia
Myanmar
Nepal
Pakistan
Papua New Guinea
Philippines
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Vietnam
Senior Member Elevation
Why the Senior Member Initiative: The higher the grade, the more likely members
retain their membership, and also volunteer.
IEEE Grade
2012 Membership Year Retention Rate
Fellow
Life Fellow
Life Member
Life Senior Member
Senior Member
Member
Associate Member
Student
Graduate Student Member
98.9%
95.4%
93.5%
93.1%
96.2%
78.7%
66.7%
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Type
Annoucement
Type date
Larry K.Wilson
1
SAC Award
R10 Larry
winner
K.Wilson AwardRecognition
winner
Jun-13
Exemplary
2
Student
SAC R10
Branch
Exemplary
AwardStudent Branch
Recognition
Award Jun-13
Student
3 Website
SAC Competition
R10 Student Website Competition
Contest
Jun-13
UG Paper
4 Contest
SAC R10 UG Paper Contest
Contest
Jun-13
PG Paper
5 Contest
SAC R10 PG Paper Contest
Contest
Jun-13
Rewards
R10 Membership
Activities offers 26
grants, awards &
recognition, and
contests to R10
sections and members on top of the HQ-level
activities.
Recognition Jun-13
Customised Plaque Customised Plaque
3 year complimentary 3 year complimentary
Recognition Jun-13
$250
$250
A customised Certificate
A customised Certificate
Contest
Jun-13
1st Prize: US$500 + Certificate
1st Prize: US$500 + Certificate
+ Qualify for Inter-regional
+ Qualify for Inter-regional
Website contest
Website contest
2nd Prize: US$350 + Certificate
2nd Prize: US$350 + Certificate
3rd Prize: US$200 + Certificate
3rd Prize: US$200 + Certificate
Contest
Jun-13
1st Prize: USD 300 + certificate
1st Prize: USD 300 + certificate
2nd Prize: USD 200 + certificate
2nd Prize: USD 200 + certificate
3rd Prize: USD 150 + certificate
3rd Prize: USD 150 + certificate
Contest
Jun-13
1st Prize: USD 350 + certificate
1st Prize: USD 350 + certificate
2nd Prize: USD 300 + certificate
2nd Prize: USD 300 + certificate
3rd Prize: USD 200 + certificate
3rd Prize: USD 200 + certificate
GINI grants
6
SAC
/ Section
R10Support
GINI grants
grants
/ Section Grants
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Dec-13 Grants
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7
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GOLD
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R10Award
GOLD Affinity Group Award
Recognition 15 November,
Recognition
2013
GOLD 10
Individual
GOLD Award
R10 GOLD Individual Award
Recognition 22 November,
Recognition
2013
GOLD 11
Initiatives
GOLD Grant
R10 GOLD Initiatives Grant
Grant
Grant
WIE AG
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WIEYearR10
Award
WIE AG of the Year Award
Recognition September
Recognition
1st week
WIE SB13AG Award
WIE R10 WIE SB AG Award
Recognition September
Recognition
1st week
WIE GOLD/Volunteer
14 WIE R10Award
WIE GOLD/Volunteer Recognition
Award
DecemberRecognition
1st week
WIE Student
15 WIE
Volunteer
R10 WIE
Award
Student VolunteerRecognition
Award
DecemberRecognition
1st week
WIE Fund
16 WIE R10 WIE Fund
Grant
End of June
Grant
WIE Best
17 Paper
WIE Award
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30-Sep
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Dec-13
Grant of $1,800 in totalGrant of $1,800 in total
Dec-13
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November,
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R10 Annual General Meeting
Name: Takako Hashimoto, Coordinator
Committee: 2013-2014 R10 Women In
Engineering
1-2 March 2014
Kuching, Malaysia
R10 WIE membership is growing smoothly!
R10
WIE Membership
6,640
7,000
6,000
5,000
4,000
3,000
4,819
3,214
3,002
5,285
3,221
2,679
3321
2344
2,000
2,599
2,565
1,000
353
361
0
Nov. 2011
Taipei Section
R1-6 WIE
R7
was formed.
Kansai Section WIE
will be formed soon.
17
Xi’an
Section has
02/20/13
started forming
WIE
2137
# of WIE356
AGs in R10
Nov. 2012
200
R8
R9
150
100
50
Nov. 2013
150
R10
172
122
94
21
23
26
27
0
Nov. 2010 Nov. 2011 Nov. 2012 Nov.
Dec. 2013
Section WIE
SB WIE
Sections do not have Section WIE
AGs
Still 26 sections do not have Section WIE
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
18
Australia Council
Australian Capital Territory
Beijing
Chengdu
Daejeon
Fukuoka
Harbin
Hiroshima
Karachi
Kwangju
Macau
Nagoya
•New Zealand Central
•New Zealand North
•New Zealand South
•Northern Australia
•Republic of Philippines
•Sendai, Shikoku
•Shinetsu
•SriLanka
•Taegu
•Tokyo
•Uttar Pradesh
•Vietnam
•Wuhan
•Xian
Please promote WIE AG(s) formation
in your Section!
4/7/2015
R10 WIE support Fund
o
Basic Policy
o So far, R10 WIE supported WIE Section/SB
AGs directly by selecting projects sent by
them
o R10 would like to support SECTIONS so that
SECTIONS can promote WIE activities more
comprehensively and strategically
o We call for project proposals from SECTIONs.
Namely, project proposers should be
SECTIONs
Please lead WIE activities in your SECTION!
2014 IEEE Asia-Pacific
Committee Meeting
Name: Om Perkash & Pasan Pethiyagode
Committee: Student Activities Committee
March 1, 2014
Kuching, Malaysia
ATT: SECTION CHAIRS
Please fill the Student Activities Information form on your
desk. RSAC and RSR information will help us communicate
better with your Section SAC team
We will collect it back from you during lunch break.
Thanks.
R10 Student Activities Committee
Student Activities Committee
Committee Structure
1.Chair:
Om Perkash
2.Members: Pasan Pethiyagode, Prof. Takao Onoye,
Arjun Pillai, Arjun Narain, ManZhang, Esther
Ling, Sai Ram
Objectives
1.Understand the needs of student members in region and create
student activities to engage them for better future
2.Increase student membership in growing countries and
collaborate with GOLD for successful transition of students
3.Increase interaction between Region to Sections ad Sections to
Student branches
Projects / Tasks
1. Coordinate regular award/recognition activities
2. Establish sub-region wide student networks and provide
platform to student members in order to increase the
collaboration between Region->Section, Section->SBs, SBs > Students / volunteers
3. Re-activate and Re-engage student branches who are inactive
to encounter the problem of student retention and inactive
student branches.
Budget
1. Project 1: $3,500
2. Project 2: $3,000
3. Project 3: $2,000
4. Travel Expense: $6,500 (RSAC$3,500+RSR$3,000)
Total Proposed Budget: $15,000 (RSAC+RSR)
Project / Task Measurable
Project 1
a.Number of inputs
b.Quality of submissions/winners
c.Recognition and feedback of new ventures
d.New website to support these initiatives and provide
information in innovative way
Project 2
a.Number of GSMs/STMs
b.Number/quality of coordinated IEEE student events
c.Amount of information exchanged through the
framework
d.Online survey of student members regarding
understanding of/satisfaction to IEEE
Project 3
a.Number of student branches re-activated
b.Number of new student members joined
c.Number of years SB continued to remain active
d.Measure retention rate over 3 years span
Timeline
1.Project 1: Completion by December 2014
2.Project 2: Completion by December 2014
3.Project 3: Completion by December 2014
Student Membership Statistics (Jan 2014)
2014 January R10 Total Membership: 115,337
– 54,540 (47.28%) are Students ---- 2.28% increase!
 In 2013: 48,153 (45%) were Students
54,540 Total Student membership
– 16,581 GSM members
– 37, 959 Student members
126, 541 Global Student Membership
– 54,540 (43%) are in R10
 2013: 41% .
– 29% is the Global Average of Students in Regions
 22% in 2013
Student Branches Statistics (Dec 2013)
2,516 Global Student Branches
– 1059 (42%) Student Branches belongs to R10
 In 2013: 949 Student Branches (40%) belongs to R10
– 400+ Student Branches have <10 members
– 200+ Student Branches have 0 members
We need help. Please attend Student Retention Workshop
tomorrow to know how to counter this issue!
A few Questions?
Fact: We have approximately 50% student members.
What percentage of Section budget you spent on
students?
How many executive committee members you have in
your Section?
– SAC?
– SSR?
Student members are future of your Section. Please
support the student activities in your Section
Appendices: Project 1 – Regular activities
Project description: Regular award/competition activities
How does this project help you meet your committee’s
objectives?: Keep attracting attentions of student members
as well as encouraging inputs to MGA level
awards/competitions.
Budget breakdown
–
–
–
–
–
Website competition& Exemplary SB
Outstanding branch counselor award
Operational expenses & web-domain
IEEE Blog, Tweet & Video Contest
GOLD/WIE collaborative initiatives
$1,300
$ 300
$ 400
$1,000
$ 500
Project Milestones leading to completion:
–
–
–
–
–
Competition due dates (Mar)
Detailed collaborative ventures planning (Mar)
OBC due date (Sept)
New project execution (Nov)
Wrap-up (Dec)
Appendices: Project 2 – Student Networks
Project description: GINI project completed it’s 5 years
and activities initiated by GINI are now integrated into
Student Activities by leveraging student networks. These
student networks report to Sections / Council.
How does this project help you meet your committee’s
objectives?: Bottom-up network construction fits student
activities including better understanding of IEEE membership
value as well as recruiting new members.
Budget breakdown:
– Section / Council (country) level congress support
$2,000
– New projects to engage students and benefit Section $1,000
 Only Section supported activities will be supported
Project Milestones leading to completion:
–
–
–
–
Detailed plan in each sub-region (April)
Selection of new sections (April)
Events coordinated (Nov),
Wrap-up and survey (Dec)
Appendices: Project 3 – Re-activating SBs
and Increase Student Retention
Project description: IEEE Region 10 has the highest
number of inactive student branches among all the regions
and also highest number of students not renewing their
membership (retention).
How does this project help you meet your committee’s
objectives?: This project will focus on conducting activities
to counter this problem directly. Supporting Student
branches financially (in collaboration with Sections) will kick
start and we will check if the model is working
Budget breakdown:
– Support 10 student branches financially in different Sections
Project Milestones leading to completion:
–
–
–
–
Identify potential student branches with Section (April)
Award some conditional money (Jun)
Provide on-going support and guidance (July),
Monitor progress (Dec)
$2,000
Comparative Retention Rates
Through January ‘14
…
HigherGrade
Graduate
Students
Undergrad
Students
Total
Global
67.1%
40.7%
14.2%
57.0%
Regions 7-10
60.0%
39.3%
10.8%
46.7%
Region 10
59.1%
30.4%
6.7%
39.9%
Regions 1-6
72.8%
43.7%
26.5%
68.0%
Location
Through the month of January, 23,386 of 94,041 student
members had not renewed their membership
– Student member retention is running behind last year by 1.3%
– Graduate student retention is running behind by 9.6%
Region 10 Student Membership Performance
- through end of January 2014
Top 10 Student Recruitment
Top 10 Student Retention
REGION 10
Australian Capital Terr
Hong Kong Section
Shin-Etsu Section
Singapore Section
Sendai Section
Victorian Section
Macau Section
South Australia Section
Nagoya Section
Xian Section
Opportunity
# Renewal
% Renewal
97
364
30
515
93
352
61
96
146
194
49
183
15
250
42
151
26
40
56
74
50.5%
50.3%
50.0%
48.5%
45.2%
42.9%
42.6%
41.7%
38.4%
38.1%
Bottom 10 Student Retention
REGION 10
Madras Section
Pune Section
Kerala Section
Karachi Section
Hyderabad Section
Lahore Section
Gujarat Section
Bombay Section
Islamabad Section
Delhi Section
Opportunity
# Renewal
% Renewal
8125
739
3969
331
3483
284
747
3896
438
2727
204
28
181
20
212
20
54
290
33
238
2.5%
3.8%
4.6%
6.0%
6.1%
7.0%
7.2%
7.4%
7.5%
8.7%
REGION 10
Bangalore Section
Bombay Section
Madras Section
Delhi Section
Hyderabad Section
Kerala Section
Beijing Section
Uttar Pradesh Section
Sri Lanka Section
Malaysia Section
2014
2013
% Year over Year
1288
1230
1150
1001
534
585
223
289
239
70
1463
1113
1125
1342
966
1255
267
177
290
40
-12.0%
10.5%
2.2%
-25.4%
-44.7%
-53.4%
-16.5%
63.3%
-17.6%
75.0%
Bottom 10 Stu Recruitment
REGION 10
New Zealand Central
Hiroshima Section
Sapporo Section
Kwangju Section
New Zealand South Section
Harbin Section
Shikoku Section
Taegu Section
Kharagpur Section
Sendai Section
Vietnam Section
2014
2013
% Year over Year
2
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
7
7
7
2
11
3
4
7
15
13
4
1
6
8
0.0%
-81.8%
0.0%
0.0%
-42.9%
-73.3%
-61.5%
50.0%
600.0%
16.7%
-12.5%
IEEE ResumeLab – An Added benefit for
IEEE members specially students
An online resource to that allows IEEE members to develop a resume or CV
Numerous resume templates available.
Members can also perform mock interviews using over 900 potential
interview questions
develop letters, portfolios, and skills assessments to use during the
interview process
information developed on IEEE ResumeLab is easily shared with potential
employers, mentors, or colleagues via a personalized Web site.
Benefits:
– Resume or curriculum vitae (CV)
– Letters and Portfolio
– Skills assessment and Mock interview
– Video resume
IEEE ResumeLab – An Added benefit for
IEEE members specially students
Thank you
and
we look forward to speak to you
at Poster Session!
R10 Young Professionals (GOLD)
3 Minutes Expresso
1 March 2013-2014
Kuching, Malaysia
Young Professionals (GOLD) - 2013 updates and programs in 2014
1.
The new Region 10 GOLD website launched (http://www.r10gold.org)
2.
The Clustering Project runs successfully to enable section GOLD
vibrancy
3.
o
R10 continues to support worthy GOLD initiatives. Grants awarded to
17 proposals out of the 23 proposals submitted.
o
Region 10 GOLD Individual Award 2013 was awarded to Mr. Deepu
John from IEEE Singapore GOLD Affinity Group
o
Efforts to establish GOLD AG continues – Thailand / Vietnam
o
IEEE Tokyo GOLD Affinity Group bagged the new Region 10 GOLD
Affinity Group Award .
o
Five out of six IEEE MGA GOLD Achievement Award 2013 were bagged
by R10
IEEE Region 10 S|G|W Congress, 2013 is a success.
R10 Life Members
3 Minutes Expresso
Kunio Tada
R10 Life Members Coordinator, 2013-2014
1 March 2014
Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Life Members Activities
o
In Region 10, 732 Life Members (54% of total
1353 LMs) are affiliated with 5 existing
LMAGs.
o
These LMAGs (New South Wales, Bombay,
Tokyo, South Australia, Kansai, in forming
order) are as a whole active enough.
o
Sections are encouraged to form LMAG.
Victorian Section and Nagoya Section are very
much interested in forming LMAG.
o
It is important to encourage elderly members
to obtain Life Members Status in the future.
R10 Awards
3 Minutes Expresso
Kukjin Chun,
R10 Awards Chair, 2013-2014
1 March 2014
Kuching, Malaysia
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Award & Recognition Committee
Objectives
– Recognize sections and volunteers for contribution
to IEEE by granting awards
– Promote sections for further enhancement in
membership and activities
Committee Members
– Kukjin Chun(Chair)
– Takatoshi Minami
– Darrel Chong
– Deepak Mathur
– Zia Ahmed
– Elmer Dadios
2013 R10 Awards
2012 R10 Distinguished Large Section Award
– Hong Kong Section
2012 R10 Distinguished Small Section Award
– Kharagpur Section
2013 R10 Outstanding Volunteer Award
– Peter Howard Over (New Zealand North Section)
– Ohno Eiichi (Tokyo Section)
– Sanjib Kumar Panda (Singapore Section)
– Arup Dasgupta (Gujarat Section)
– Sasi P M (Kerala Section)
2013 MGA Awards
2013 MGA Larry K. Wilson Transnational Award
– Mini Thomas (Delhi Section)
2013 MGA Leadership Award
– Darrel Chong (Singapore Section)
2013 MGA Achievement Award
– Sateesh Babu (Kerala Section)
– Eiichi Ohno (Tokyo Section)
– Sampathkumar Veeraraghavan (Madras Section)
2013 MGA GOLD Achievement Award
– Rayees Amar Nishad (Kerala Section)
– Manjunath Iyer (Bangalore Section)
– Ajin Baby (Kerala Section)
– Muhammad Maroof Raza (Lahore Section)
– Josheel Pranlal (New Zealand North Section)
R10 Distinguished Section Awards
Evaluation guide (Total 105 points) :
– 15
Membership Growth/Retention
– 10
Affinity Group(GOLD, WIE, LM) Activity
– 10
Chapter Activity(new C/Maintenance 5, Chapter activity 5)
– 10
Students Activity(SB activities 5, new SB/Maintenance 5)
– 10
Awards received by section/volunteers of section
– 7
Continuing Education Activity
– 8
Technical Activity(DLP, Seminar)
– 7
Industry Relations(Membership Growth, Activity)
– 8
Humanitarian Technology Activity
– 10
Special events/projects
– 10
Communication Activity (Newsletter 5, website 5)
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2014 Projects & Activities
R10 Distinguished Large/Medium/Small Section Awards
– New Medium Section Award for 501 ~ 1500 membership
– Selection based on review of section report
– Notification of result : June 30, 2014
– USD 1,000 Cash Prize with wonderful certificate
R10 Outstanding Volunteer Award
– Recognition of R10 volunteers with outstanding contribution
– Call for nomination : June 1, 2014
– Deadline of nomination : August 31, 2014
– Notification of result : November 30, 2014
R10 Annual General
Meeting
Name: Elmer P. Dadios
Committee: Section and Chapter
1-2 March 2014
Kutching, Malaysia
SECTION/CHAPTER Committee 2014 Work Plan
Committee Structure
1.Chair
: Elmer P. Dadios
2. Members : Darrel Chong, Kukjin Chun,
Michael Ong, Takako Hashimoto,
Objectives
Monitor and police the activities of the
sections/chapters.
Projects / Tasks
Performance evaluation and monitoring
of the Section/Chapter operations and
conduct leadership and membership
development workshops.
Project / Task Measurable
a. At least 2 sections/chapters activities
evaluated.
b. At Least 2 Major activities conducted.
That is during TENCON and TENSYM
2014.
c. Quality of activities conducted.
d. Feedback from participants to measure
impact.
Timeline
1.Activity 1: Completion by April 2014
2.Activity 2: Completion by October 2014
Thank you for your attention
R10 IBSC
3 Minutes Expresso
Michael Ong,
R10 IBSC Chair, 2013- 2014
1 March 2014
Kuching, Malaysia
IBSC Activities
2013 highlights:
1.
IEEE R10 IB&SC Section Survey – completed
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2.
To work with the Sections to identify the local benefit schemes, to improve upon them
if necessary, and to recommend new benefit schemes that are of interests to the
members.
The winners are:
Singapore Section: the most innovative and excellent local benefit schemes
Kerala Section: the best proposals for local benefit scheme.
IEEE R10 IB&SC Member Survey – completed
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To find out from its members the types of benefits and services that they would like to
have in their Sections. Four winners were identified.
2014 proposed activities:
1.
Identify and recommend 3-4 proposals to be implemented by Sections schemes with limited
financial support from R10.
2.
Propose and implement 2-3 family/lifestyles benefits such as discounts to Singapore Science
Centre, Singapore Museums, Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, Gardens by the
Bay, and etc. Corporate rates are available for IEEE members at the Park Avenue Rochester,
Singapore for all IEEE members.
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