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Pitch Perfect: 30 Seconds Is All You Get

Stephan L. King-MonroePrincipal Member of Technical StaffSandia National Laboratories
1008 EECS BuildingMap
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Impromptu speaking is a never easy and is even more difficult if you have a small window to describe your achievements. Have you ever gotten nervous during a career fair wondering how you are going to articulate your skills and personality to a recruiter in 30 seconds? This session will teach you techniques to craft, practice and perfect your elevator pitch. Questions are encouraged.

Snacks will be provided. Questions can be directed to ECE Alumni Engagement and Events Manager Ann Stals (amriggs).

About the speaker

Stephan L. King-Monroe, MSEE 2010, is a Principal Member of Technical Staff for Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, CA.  He is responsible for the assurance of legacy stockpile weapons and manages weapon surveillance through flight and lab tests.

Stephan has held multiple positions within the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, serving as professional development workshop facilitator, 3 years on Executive Council and one year as Association Treasurer. Stephan has also held multiple leadership positions in Northern California’s Toastmasters International. He has served for five years on the planning council of Department of Energy’s Northern California National Science Bowl region, which holds annual competitions for middle and high school students.

Stephan received his B.S. in electrical engineering in 2008 from Wayne State University. He completed his M.S.E.E. in 2010 at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Sponsored by

ECE Student Educational Experience (SEE) Committee


Ann Stals