The Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE) Symposium is the culminating learning event of the summer and enables the students to organize and synthesize their internship experiences. ASE interns present their work through 5-8 minute oral presentations. Participants review and ask questions of peers’ projects and conclusions. This enrichment activity is designed to broaden technical exposure and improve interns’ speaking and presentation skills. This is a required event for all ASE interns. Mentors, parents and community guests are encouraged to attend the Opening Remarks and Recognition Ceremony.
LOCATION: Link to join Symposium coming soon!
- 8:30 AM Opening Remarks and Recognition Ceremony Main Room, Zoom Meeting
- 10:00 AM Break
- 10:15 AM Oral Presentations Breakout Rooms, Zoom Meeting – interns only. (Presentations will be posted to our website following event.)
- 12:15 PM Symposium Ends
See the full list of presenting interns at this year's event here.
KEY NOTE SPEAKER:
Amy Occhialino, Director, Open Source Software Engineering at Intel Corporation
- Amy Occhialino has spent 20 years in high tech, primarily working for Intel Corporation.
- She started as a process engineer focused on chemical engineering in the late ’90s and spent 18+ years working in all aspects of Intel’s semi-conductor manufacturing, from high-volume lean manufacturing to silicon design.
- In 2017, Amy took the leap to the other side of Intel and began working in open source software development.
- She is currently Director of Software Engineering, designing and delivering a real-time operating system called the Zephyr Operating System.
- Amy is the leader of the board of directors that oversees the open source governance and strategic direction for the Zephyr Project, hosted at The Linux Foundation.
- She has also spent over a decade founding and leading women’s organizations within Intel, advocating for diversity, inclusion, and equity.
- In her personal life, Amy lives in North Portland with her husband and 8-year old twin boys, who currently believe that they are budding Timbers players, and is the PTA president of her awesome local James John Elementary School.