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  • Section-Chapter Spotlight – Southern Arizona Chapter

    The Southern Arizona Chapter of ITE is part of the Arizona Section of ITE. It is comprised of ITE Members from Pima, Cochise, and Santa Cruz counties. The majority of members are located in and around Tucson and the meetings are held on the third Friday of most months. The student Chapter at the more >
  • Section-Chapter Spotlight – Alaska Section

    What does ITE look like when our state is 1/5 the size of the entire lower 48 combined yet we only have 740,000 people living here? Well, it looks very impressive! The Alaska Section is based in Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska with a population of 301,000. We have a satellite Chapter in more >
  • International Board of Direction Report – Fall 2016

    By Walter Okitsu, District International Director ITE’s International Board of Direction met at the Institute’s headquarters in Washington DC on November 4 and 5, 2016. Key items of discussion are listed below. Financially, 2016 appears to be a break-even year for the Institute. This is a substantial turnaround from projections at the start of more >
  • Fall 2016 WesternITE

    The Fall 2016 issue of WesternITE is on it’s way to your door with information about the elections, Annual Meeting, and revisions to the Bylaws.  You can also read it online here
  • Student Endowment Fund: November/December

    The November-December Spotlight was written by Past President Cathy Leong and President Mark Spencer. The Student Endowment Fund officially closed the gap and reached its $500,000 goal at the end of the summer. The following are their thoughts on this achievement and the next steps for the Student Endowment Fund: (by Cathy Leong) Nelson Mandela more >
  • Section/Chapter Spotlight: Central Coast

    Where can you find 225 miles of coastline, six California Missions, the nation’s largest equestrian parade, and a picturesque highway memorialized in song by the band America? The ITE Central Coast Section! ‘Where the days are longer and the nights are stronger than moonshine’! Comprised of Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties, more >
  • President’s Message: Engagement

    There’s a feeling I get when I look to the west.  And in the ITE Western District it’s pretty good!  But it makes me wonder, how can we do better?   This year I am focused on engagement with our members and ways of increasing our levels of engagement.  Each month I will be writing more >
  • Richard T. Romer Student Endowment Fund Reaches $500k

    The Student Endowment Fund has officially closed the gap and reached its $500,000 goal! Thank you to the support of our leaders and members at the District, Section, and Chapter levels to get us to this point. Hear more about this achievement and the next steps for the Endowment Fund from Past President Cathy Leong more >
  • Seeking Nominations for Western District Officer Candidates and Achievement Awards

    The Western District Board is seeking nominations of qualified candidates for Secretary-Treasurer and International Director to run in the July 2017 election. Secretary-Treasurer nominations will be accepted for individuals residing outside California, while International Director nominations are sought for individuals residing in California. Anyone who would like to submit a nominee for consideration, or more >
  • Student Endowment Fund: September/October

    The September-October Spotlight was written by ITE International President Paula Flores (Benway). The following are her thoughts on the Student Endowment Fund: As the 2016 ITE International President, I have had the honor to visit with our North American Districts and some sections at their annual meetings. Every chapter, section, and district is unique in their more >