A FORUM FOR FUTURE STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS
This annual, free event held in Washington, DC is a great opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to learn more about the structural engineering profession, connect with other local structural engineering students, meet with local professionals, participate in the career fair, and get exposure to future potential employers. The program will include presentations by local engineers and a keynote speech. Presentations will touch on a variety of introductory and in-depth topics within the field of Structural Engineering. There will also be a career fair attended by many of the premier local and global structural engineering firms.
Please note that there will be a 100 student limit for Next Step 2023, with registration on a first-come, first-served basis.
November 17, 2023
9:00AM - 4:00PM
20 F St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
November 10, 2023
Joanna (Hoffschneider) Kozlowski
Joanna (Hoffschneider) Kozlowski is the founder of Resolute Consulting LLC, a firm that blends her experience in education and training with her skills in marketing and business development. Joanna's engagements often fall into one of three categories: professional development, skills building, and training; career development and executive coaching; and strategic consulting. Joanna loves to create order and focus in the business world, enabling people to use their strengths and expertise. Joanna is known for her sharp analysis and honest feedback, listening for essential themes and helping her clients achieve meaningful change.
Resolute Consulting works with ambitious professionals to tackle a challenge or strategic priority with intention, insight, and accountability so that they not only get the job done but are resolute in their abilities to succeed at any future goal. As an expat-Brit who grew up in the Far East, Joanna has a multi-cultural perspective and a natural curiosity that help her draw on her rich experiences to provide insights that inspire and enlighten others.
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