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  • CONGRATULATIONS To Bob Turk!

    Date | Aug 23, 2016
    Bob Turk was awarded an Outstanding Service Award for sustained leadership, commitment and excellent performance in the Certification Advisory Group, which has been a contributing factor in the success of the SE Certification program at the international INCOSE Symposium.
  • The SRC of INCOSE Donated $200 to Team 4 Titus and Ely

    Date | Aug 16, 2016
    The Snake River Chapter of INCOSE donated $200 to Team 4 Titus and Ely.
     

    James Murphy has been a valued member of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) for many years. The INCOSE Snake River Chapter provides donations to individuals or organizations in our community who are associated with our members.  Titus and Ely are James’ grandchildren and as such are part of the INCOSE extended family. The Board of Directors discussed Titus and Ely and unanimously agreed that donating to “Team for Titus & Ely” is a cause to which we wanted to contribute. Our thoughts and hearts are with Titus and Ely.

  • Snake River Chapter Launches LinkedIn Group

    Date | May 26, 2016
    The Snake River Chapter has created a new LinkedIn group. Look us up and join our group!
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  • Snake River Chapter Launches New FACEBOOK Page

    Date | Apr 20, 2016
    The Snake River Chapter has created a new Facebook page! Follow our page to be updated on current news, events, and activities for the SRC. Here is the link:

    https://www.facebook.com/INCOSESRC

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  • The SRC of INCOSE Donated $250 to the Idaho Falls Area Humanitarian Center

    Date | Dec 07, 2015
    The Snake River Chapter of INCOSE donated $250 to the Idaho Falls Area Humanitarian Center.
     
    A problem was recognized, a holistic solution was identified, and systematically implemented. This activity led to the creation of the Idaho Falls Area Humanitarian Center which is a multi-denominational non-profit humanitarian aid provider. They utilize people from all walks of life, all ages, all backgrounds, and all faiths uniting in the desire to help others in need within the community. With no paid staff only 100% volunteer support they serve individuals in need.  They primarily serve individuals within Southeast Idaho, but occasionally provide help to those in need in other countries. They had over 104,000 hours of labor donated at the center in 2014.