Volunteer Opportunities

Chicago Engineers’ Foundation volunteers help the organization in many ways.  Get involved to encourage and empower the next generation of Chicago engineers.

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • K-12 Classroom Visits:  Engineering professionals visit K-12 groups to talk about careers in the sector, serve as career fair mentors, or STEM fair judges.
  • Incentive Award Reviews:  Each Spring, volunteers serve as review volunteers, helping to evaluate applications to determine the next class of Incentive Award recipients.
  • Career Development:  Engineers and other professionals support award recipients by offering their time and expertise during networking and career activities.
  • Leadership  and Support Opportunities:  Individuals serve on various working committees, assist at events, and hold positions on the CEF Board of Directors.

CEF volunteers come from a variety of professional backgrounds.  They include engineering professionals, attorneys, retirees, former award recipients, Union League Club members, and others who generously give their time and talents to inspire the next generation of engineers.

CEF volunteers also work for many companies including Microsoft, USG, Illinois Tool Works, TranSystems, Presence Health, Jacobs, Epstein, federal and state agencies, and intellectual property law firms.  The engineering disciplines represented within the volunteer pool include Computer, Civil, Mechanical, Biomedical, Software, Transportation, Chemical and Electrical Engineering, among many others.

Volunteer opportunities are available during the day and evening hours.

Would you like to be a CEF Volunteer? Fill out the form below!