Distinguished Member Program

What is the distinguished member program?

The Distinguished Member Program is a way to reward active members of IIE with recognition and financial discounts on events.

What do I get as an IIE distinguished member?

How do I become an IIE distinguished member?

Throughout a semester, point totals are accumulated for each registered UW-Madison IIE member. Members receive points for attending various events, and an individual's points are kept by the IIE officer board. The point allocation system is described below:

One point:  Attending a general/committee meeting or event, a company presentation, or a social.

One point:  Attending a volunteer event (volunteering events include hockey game concession sales, outreach events, Career Connection volunteering, and any other events).

Two points:  Attending an IIE-sponsored visit to a company

Three points:  Attending the IIE Regional Conference.

Five points:  Giving a technical paper presentation at Regional Conference

Six points:  Attending the IIE National Conference.

At the end of the semester Distinguished Member status is achieved if a regular member is in the top one-third by total number of points. In addition to this, a Distinguished Member must have completed at least two hockey stands. These members will then be listed on the IIE website for the entire upcoming semester, and given a printed certificate for their achievements. Maintaining an actively participating officer position within IIE facilitates Distinguished Member status.

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