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Speaker's Bureau Information

Overview of the Speaker's Bureau

Speakers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Chicago District are professional people who are prepared to present topics of interest to the public. They are your neighbors and friends, and though you may not realize it, these experts are available to address audiences on a variety of topical subjects.

Topics Corps of Engineers employees can speak on include:

  • Asian carp
  • Biology
  • Career Opportunities
  • Construction
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Economics
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Restoration
  • Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Fish & Wildlife
  • Flood Risk Managment 
  • Flood Plain Management
  • Geographic Information System
  • Geology
  • Great Lakes and Mississippi River Interbasin Study (GLMRIS)
  • Hazardous & Toxic Waste Management
  • History/Mission of the Chicago District
  • Hydrology
  • Navigation
  • Nonstructural Flood Control
  • Operations and Maintenance of Facilities
  • Partnering with Private Industry
  • Procurement/Federal Contracts
  • Projects of the Chicago District
  • Project Management Program
  • Real Estate
  • Regulatory Program
  • Safety
  • Water Resources Development
  • Water Safety
  • Wetlands Protection

The Chicago District can supply speakers to clubs, organizations, educational institutions and special interest groups within the Chicago metropolitan/Northwest Indiana area. 

To request a speaker, please complete the Speaker Engagement Request form and email it to ChicagoDistrict.PAO@usace.army.mil.

 

For more information about our Speaker's Bureau, please contact:

 

USACE Chicago District Public Affairs
312-846-5330
ChicagoDistrict.PAO@usace.army.mil