Georgia ITE Members and Friends,
I hope you are having a great Friday before a holiday weekend! We have a few announcements for everyone before the weekend begins.
The 2020 September Monthly Georgia ITE Webinar is set for Thursday, September 24 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm EDT. This meeting will be streamed live via our YouTube Channel. It is a free registration for Georgia ITE members and $5 for anyone else that wants a PDH. This webinar is not exclusive to Georgia participants, so please feel free to let others know of the PDH opportunity.
In a little over a week, the Anti-Distracted Driver Logo Design Challenge will end. The date for submission is Monday, September 14, 2020. To read more about the challenge and how you could win a set of AirPods, please Click Here. You can also read more below.
Are you a Young Member? Are you interested in having a spotlight presentation for the November monthly meeting? For the November monthly webinar, we have five available slots for a young member of the Georgia Section to present on some of the interesting work they ahve done since leaving school and joining the workforce. If you have a young member you want to nominate (or want to nominate yourself), please complete THIS SURVEY.
Last but certainly not least, the 2021 Winter Workshop chairs are looking for volunteers to help plan and coordinate the event. Please see below or Click Here for more information.
I hope you have a happy Friday and long weekend! Stay healthy!
2020 GAITE Secretary-Treasurer
The Georgia ITE 2020 September webinar will be hosted on Thursday, September 27 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm EDT. Please Click Here to read more. This is a FREE webinar that is open to anyone wanting to listen and participate. Registration is free for Georgia ITE members and is only $5 for any non-member that would like a PDH.
Topic: The role of transportation in site development - through the developers eyes
Speaker: John Barker, Jr. SIOR - President and Chief Development Officer of Red Rock Developments
Ever wonder what goes through the mind of a developer when they are deciding on site selection and how transportation influences their decisions? Now is your chance to hear how transportation plays a role in the development process.
Anite-Distracted Driving Logo Design Challenge!
Do you or your kids enjoy being creative?! If so, design and submit an anti-distracted driving themed logo by September 14th for a chance to win a pair of Apple AirPods! Click Here to download the contest flyer.
The Georgia ITE Safety Committee is preparing materials that will be used as part of our Section’s distracted driving service project, which was awarded funding from SDITE. The service project will target elementary school-aged children to teach them about the risks of distracted driving. The hope is students will then pass the information along to the adults in their lives, a strategy that has shown to be a successful as part of the Safe Routes to School program. To reinforce the messaging, themed giveaways will be provided as part of the outreach events and the winning logo will be used on the giveaways! Please pass the flyer/information along to anyone who may be interested. All questions and entries should be submitted to Sam Harris ([email protected]). We look forward to seeing your creative, fun, and engaging designs!
You do not have to be a Georgia ITE member to participate in this contest. For more information, please see our event page HERE.
Call for volunteers!!
Are you interested in supporting Winter Workshop in 2021? Our Winter Workshop Chairs are looking for volunteers for technical, registration, and general committees. This is a great opportunity to engage and connect with peers! Please contact Christina Barry ([email protected]) and Md Shah Imran ([email protected]) to get more information on volunteering.
For information on the 2021 Winter Workshop, please check in on the event page for continual updates as details are determined.
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