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AIChE Student Chapters
Thousands of undergraduate student members participate in chapter and club activities at 164 chemical engineering schools. Members participate in local, regional and national activities that provide opportunities for professional growth, motivation, recognition, networking, and fun.
AusIMM Student Chapters
The AusIMM currently has 14 active Student Chapters around Australia.
ASM Student Chapters
The ASM has student chapters at more than 75 top schools of metallurgy and materials science and engineering throughout the world.
CIM Student Pages
CIM is Canada's leading association of professionals who manage or work in any area of the resource industries including exploration, mining, milling or smelting operations. It is made up of 12,000 individual and 200 corporate members. Presently there are 1,000 student members. The members meet at national, sector and local meetings to exchange technical, business and management knowledge about the industry. The network CIM provides is an important asset in their professional lives. For students it can open doors to career opportunities, during and after university.
Council on International Educational Exchange
Study or work abroad, international volunteer programs, international student and teacher ID cards, discount educational travel, and more.
IChemE Student Membership
Undergraduates can join IChemE for just £15.
ISA Student Pages
This useful resource will connect you to topics of particular interest to students and conveniently link you to specific items on the ISA web site.
SME Student Chapters
Student Chapters of SME are located across the USA and help facilitate networking and information exchange.
The TMS Student Members' Home Page
Students comprise approximately one-quarter of The Minerals, Metals & Society's (TMS)'s approximately 9,300 individual membership, and they are encouraged to take an active role in society activities. To facilitate this interaction, TMS has student chapters throughout the world, guided by advisors who work closely with TMS and the Student Affairs Committee to integrate the activities of the chapter.
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
The main objective of UNESCO is to contribute to peace and security in the world by promoting collaboration among nations through education, science, culture and communication in order to further universal respect for justice, for the rule of law and for the human rights and fundamental freedoms which are affirmed for the peoples of the world, without distinction of race, sex, language or religion, by the Charter of the United Nations.