WHO WE ARE
Founded in 1897, RES is a multi-disciplinary society uniting diverse disciplines to enhance professional development, foster excitement in math and science for the next generation of leaders, and improve communities where members live. The Society supports individual engineers, local affiliates of national engineering societies, schools of engineering, and professional firms. RES provides many opportunities to learn, to build relationships and to contribute to the community.
RES encourages and recognizes innovation, cooperation, professional growth and fellowship, in all levels of development, from student to seasoned engineers, scientists and allied professionals.
RES is recognized as the principal leader committed to increasing the visibility of the greater Rochester area engineering and technical community, serving as a unifying organization for local engineering businesses and associations.
Our Monthly publication (see current issues below) of the Rochester Engineer disseminates what RES and our affiliates have planned for their members. Please be sure to check it out and attend a meeting or program for networking!
WHAT WE DO
Community Outreach & Volunteering
Hope you enjoyed the 117TH GALA ON APRIL 13TH
Ashley Doerzbacher did another fabulous job as our MC
We enjoyed the UR YellowJackets again this year!
Thank you to our Sponsors
Save Saturday, April 18, 2020 for the 118th RES Annual Gala!
And here are a few candid photos from the 117th Annual Gala!
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN ROCHESTER TODAY?
Dr. Walter Cooper Academy thanks the RES Tutors…
Dr. Cooper and Principal Clyburn, with Tutors from the Bergmann & LaBella Teams
On June 13th, the Faculty and Staff of Dr. Walter Cooper Academy, along with Dr. Cooper, himself, hosted a luncheon, honoring the RES Tutors, at the John Marshall Campus. This is the temporary home of #10 School, while its Congress Ave. facility is being completely renovated.
During this past school year, the RES Tutoring Team has given over 300 hours of their time to supporting the process of “learning to read and reading to learn”. We have become an integral part of the learning process at Dr. Walter Cooper Academy.
The classroom teachers provide each of our Tutors with a daily plan for each of the students with whom they are working. The process is quite simple; tutors could be supporting teacher-conducted classroom lesson activities, working with small groups of two or three students, or (more likely) working with just one student at a time, on a prescribed learning exercise.
We are beginning to build our Tutoring Team, for the 2019-20 school year… We have been giving “Lunch & Learn” presentations in several Rochester area firms and professional groups, to inform and inspire prospective new tutors. We have “hit the ground, running”, and we need your support...Can we schedule a presentation with your firm, work group, church or family, sometime this Summer, or Fall?
Even just two hours a week of your time can make a big difference in the life of a Dr. Walter Cooper Academy Scholar…
Questions??? Reach out to RES Past President Lee Loomis and the RES Tutoring Team at…Rochester Engineering Society (585) 254-2350, via website: www.roceng.org, or via email: email@example.com, (585) 738-3079 (mobile & text)
Seeking Volunteer Mentors for “2019 Science Fair”
At Dr. Walter Cooper Academy
The RES has been invited to help establish the first annual, Dr. Walter Cooper Academy Science Fair. The School-Based Planning Team, and the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), including parents, teachers and administrators, has requested the support of the Rochester Engineering Society in developing a Fall 2019 science fair at #10 School. The scope of this request includes…
The RES is seeking Volunteer Mentors to support this Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) activity. Unlike our RES Tutoring Team, this involves only a short-term commitment of approximately five weeks. Volunteer Mentors will be working with Students who have expressed a desire to learn more about science, technology, engineering and math. These Students are motivated!
Do you think you might consider making room in your busy lives to support our “Cooper Scholars” as they develop habits that will help them achieve new levels of learning, focused on a brighter future? Then volunteer to become an RES Volunteer Mentor.
Please contact RES Director, Lee Loomis (firstname.lastname@example.org) or (585) 738-3079 (mobile & text) for more information, and to volunteer for this important, potentially life-changing opportunity.
Inspire the NEXT Generation of Innovators and Explorers
We have created a network of volunteers that are excited about sharing their passion and expertise with our communities students. With our combined skills we support and supply students with the skills and understanding that they need to be the next generation of innovators and explorers.
If you are interested in Volunteering your time in local schools and classrooms sign up now to receive monthly newsletters and information regarding how you can get involved. Together we are changing the future.
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