Meeting of the Mentors networking event
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Energy Trust is working with AIA Oregon, NOMA PDX, NSBE Pro-PDX, ULI Northwest and LatinoBuilt to co-host the second annual ‘Meeting of the Mentors’ event. Energy Trust seeks to promote career development in the field of net zero building design and construction by connecting emerging and established professionals working in this rapidly changing industry.
The 90-minute event will begin with overviews from each organization about mentorship, internship or leadership opportunities and upcoming events of interest. The last hour will be dedicated to networking in facilitated networking breakout sessions.
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Thursday, April 7
Presentations: 4:00–4:30 p.m.
Virtual Networking: 4:30–5:30 p.m.
Zoom login information provided at event registration.
About the participating organizations:
AIA Oregon is the state’s chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), providing over 1,600 members with practice resources, professional continuing education and advocating for sound public policies that support livable, sustainable communities everywhere.
Energy Trust is dedicated to helping 1.8 million utility customers in Oregon and Southwest Washington save energy and generate renewable power. We provide comprehensive energy efficiency and renewable energy programs and offer Net Zero Grants to support current industry professionals and the leaders of tomorrow.
National Organization of Minority Architects Portland Chapter with the mission to empower local creatives, amplify underrepresented experiences within the design community, and advocate for social justice, equity, and equality through design achievement, community engagement, and professional development.
The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community. The organization is dedicated to positively impacting lives by leveraging a global community that empowers members to grow technically, access influential leadership, advance careers and inspire the next generation of Black technical professionals.
The Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute with over 45,000 members across the globe – including 1,100 in Washington State and Oregon. It promotes leadership in the responsible use of land to create sustainable and thriving communities.
LatinoBuilt is a non-profit organization with the broad mission of empowering, developing, and advocating for Latino-Owned Construction Businesses. Overcoming systemic barriers and building community. We represent the Latino minority group within the construction sector in the public agenda conversation.