SCS Young Professionals Elect New Officers

November 18, 2022

The Young Professionals Planning Committee (YPPC) recently got together in Long Beach, California, for our annual meeting. During the meeting, we set goals for 2023, laid out the 2023’s calendar of events, elected new officers, and participated in team-building activities. Team building activities included reviewing our DiSC profiles, tower building focused on cooperation and communication, and a cooking class, whipping up So-Cal favorites with Mexican-themed dishes. The meeting kicked off the new YPPCs tenure, consisting of 13 members from 8 business units representing our Young Professionals across the nation.

The SCS Young Professionals Program was established years ago and includes all employees at SCS Engineers who are 40 years of age and under. The YP Planning Committee produces the Program content and acts as a liaison for the Program between SCS YPs, corporate leadership, and at Board of Directors meetings.
Our membership is spread across various regions of the country to represent the entire company.

We offer a variety of resources and activities for all YPs, including:

  • Monthly email blasts – where we share our goings-on and offer links to our resources
  • Technical and professional development webinars – Various SCSer’s throughout the company volunteer to present on topics that help YPs learn about what our company does and how we can develop professionally.
  • SCS Mentoring Program – Connecting SCSers with mentors and protégés to develop professional relationships, careers, and technical knowledge.
  • Sponsored social activities– It can’t be all work and no play! The YP Program sponsors social outings nationwide to help our YPs get to know each other.
  • Charitable events – The YP Program runs annual company-wide drives and encourages our offices to continue their charitable work locally.
  • Attend SCS internal conferences such as Environmental Services (ES) College and Gurus, where we meet in person to learn, socialize, and network.

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Posted by Diane Samuels at 6:04 am