We are interested in reviving the Greater Oklahoma section of ISA. Our first step is to invite you and other active members to meet so we can determine the direction for a reactivated ISA. There are two meetings planned for July and August to try and kick start things for the first official meeting in September at Francis Tuttle. The two meeting dates are Thursday, July 29th and Thursday, August 12th at 7pm at the Portland Campus of Francis Tuttle. Dinner will be provided at both meetings. Interim section officers will be elected at those meetings as well. We hope you will be interested in attending these initial reactivation meetings.
Please contact me by phone or e-mail to RSVP or if you have questions.
Hope to see you there!
Matthew Maynard, Section Reorganization Committee ChairmanInstrumentation & Process Control Instructor
Francis Tuttle Technology Center (405) 717-4914 email@example.com
Founded in 1945, the International Society of Automation is a leading, global, nonprofit organization that is setting the standard for automation by helping over 30,000 worldwide members and other professionals solve difficult technical problems, while enhancing their leadership and personal career capabilities.
ISA’s mission is to become the standard for automation globally by certifying industry professionals; providing education and training; publishing books and technical articles; hosting conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals; and developing standards for industry. Our vision is to work in partnership with members, customers, and subject-matter experts to disseminate the highest quality, unbiased automation information worldwide.
ISA is organized geographically, with 150 sections throughout the world. ISA sections are your local resource and networking hub to connect with like-minded professionals, learn about new technologies, and contribute your talents toward building the next generation of automation professionals.
ISA sections around the globe organize technical conference sessions, tours of local facilities, training programs, exhibitions, and social events. Many sections offer scholarships to deserving local students, organize efforts to contribute to the local community, and provide networking opportunities.
You can learn more about the resources available to you through the Greater Oklahoma Section, by contacting one of the ISA Section leaders listed below.
firstname.lastname@example.org (405) 2682045