IEEE Activities

IEEE WIE Manga Story Contest 2023

To bridge the gender gap and promote gender diversity, IEEE Women-in-Engineering (WIE) is organizing a story contest. The winners‘ stories will be plotted in the format of manga comics, which will be socialized with the community through IEEE WIE Newsletter and website. The manga plots will be available not only to the IEEE members, but also used as a tool to engage young generations particularly girls through IEEE WIE 1000+ Affinity Groups globally. View more details here:

IEEE Educational Activities

IEEE Learning Network

The new IEEE Learning Network (ILN) gives you easy access to online learning content from across IEEE, all in one place. Visit and browse more than 700 courses on core and emerging technologies, leadership skills, and more. Get the skills you need to advance in your career.

Innovation at Work

Stay up to date on the technology people are talking about! IEEE Innovation at Work provides free, short articles each week that explore the technologies being covered by sites like ForbesBusiness Insider, and The Verge. Subscribe for the weekly digest, right from the site, so you never miss an article. Get started at

TryEngineering aims to empower educators to foster the next generation of technology innovators. We provide educators and students with resources, lesson plans, and activities that engage and inspire.
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Recharging Power and Potential

MOVE Community Outreach, an IEEE-USA Initiative, is an emergency relief program committed to assisting victims of natural disasters with short-term communications, computer, and power solutions. These temporary emergency relief provisions help those affected stay connected and make sure they can access the help they need. Services include phone charging, internet & communications support, and lighting to disaster victims. Partnering with the American Red Cross, IEEE’s U.S. highly-skilled volunteers provide this technical assistance via a Mobile Outreach VEhicle which is accessible during a disaster.

When not deployed for natural disasters, MOVE volunteers conduct community outreach and facilitate learning opportunities for students and the general public in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). They have been as far west as Texas, and as far north as New York to get students excited about STEM.

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The IEEE Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT) is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) program, instituted by the IEEE Humanitarian Activities Committee (HAC). IEEE SIGHT is a global network of groups consisting of IEEE members and volunteers who identify and address local problems by applying their technical skills and partnering with their local communities.

IEEE-USA Resources

Free Webinars:
IEEE-USA webinars are designed to help you find your next job, maintain your career, negotiate an appropriate salary, understand ethical considerations in the
workplace and learn about other career-building strategies and public policy developments that affect your profession.

IEEE-USA Policy Log: 
This policy log details in chronological order what the IEEE-USA government relations team has communicated over the past year.

Make a Difference: Get Involved
If you are interested in IEEE-USA, or in promoting professional activities in your section, chapter, or student branch, and are willing to volunteer your time and energy, we’re anxious to get you involved.

IEEE Entrepreneurship

The IEEE Entrepreneurship mission is to provide resources and services to foster entrepreneurial engineering and technological innovation for the benefit of humanity. The portal is your online resource for growing your ideas and finding IEEE activity relevant to startup companies and founders. You will also find innovative tools, informative resources, and a local and regional event schedule. Learn more