Volunteering Experience of K Sai Snigdha

I want to be an IEEE Volunteer to gain the valuable management and leadership skills, to expand my technical knowledge, to connect with many talented and experienced people in my career field through which I can learn and give that back to my profession. IEEE is an excellent community as it allows us to learn and volunteer for a better cause on a single platform. I am experiencing these things since the time I joined IEEE, first as a TPAC member and now in Newsletter Committee.

Since a year, I am serving as a designer in IEEE Bombay Section Newsletter Committee and each time I design a newsletter for my section, I improve myself in the terms of creativity, new ideas and innovation. Though I was a part of IEEE before serving in some other role, but being a designer makes me feel proud of myself and also an honor to represent my section in the form of Newsletter.

IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. It inspires a global community through its highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities. It also helps in developing the professionalism of an individual. Volunteering has given me the confidence, leadership, patience, felicitation, smartness, and stress management to do anything. It has also exposed me to a lot of talented people in various fields. My all-time favorite part of IEEE is when I attend or be a part of any great conferences or events through which I learn back home and also when I introduce and share to people about IEEE and its benefits. Apart from IEEE, I have been an active student in my college. I have actively participated in all the fests and events in my college. I was also the member of India’s girls brass band “Sai’s Symphony” where I played the woodwind instrument called clarinet.