Malayalee Engineers Association in North America

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Malayalee Engineers Association in North America (MEANA) is a non-profit, non-political fellowship of Malayalee engineers in the United States. The primary objective is to provide a platform for sharing common interests of the engineers with Malayalee origin, find resolution for issues and contribute to the betterment of the society as a whole as well as address specific needs of home state Kerala. Current activities include Project-1000,[1] a scholarship program to support Engineering Education in Kerala, Project Homeland, a program that has been initiated in 2007 to try and assist various initiatives in Kerala from an engineering standpoint.[2] MEANA also honors outstanding contributions of Malayalee Engineers via its Engineer of the year award every year.[3]

MEANA has its headquarters in Chicago, IL, United States and has started establishing chapters in various states in the USA starting in 2007.[4] The Florida chapter was the first outside Chicago.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ sabuji (4 February 2015). "MEANA USA – Malayalee Engineers Association in North America". meanausa.org.
  2. ^ sabuji (4 February 2015). "MEANA USA – Malayalee Engineers Association in North America". meanausa.org.
  3. ^ sabuji (4 February 2015). "MEANA USA – Malayalee Engineers Association in North America". meanausa.org.
  4. ^ sabuji (4 February 2015). "MEANA USA – Malayalee Engineers Association in North America". meanausa.org.
  5. ^ sabuji (4 February 2015). "MEANA USA – Malayalee Engineers Association in North America". meanausa.org.

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