Young Engineers Australia Newcastle

The Newcastle branch of Young Engineers Australia.

About Young Engineers Newcastle (YEN)

YEN is a vibrant group that provides a voice for Young Engineers in Newcastle. They represent, support and advocate for engineering students, qualified professional engineers, associates and technologists under 35 years of age.

Objectives of the YEN committee:

  • Strategically plan and execute events for young engineers in Newcastle Division.
  • Strategically collaborate with external young professional interest groups.
  • Form meaningful, valued and long-term partnerships.
  • Act as an advisory conduit for the division committee, to assist in strategy formation for the Division.
  • Plan and execute game-changing events, to revolutionise young engineering in Newcastle.
  • Lead the way for young professionals in Newcastle. Manage and deliver events from inception, while building networks within industry
  • Exist as a platform for young engineers to connect with other young engineers within the industry

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Thank you @DiscoverEorg for running the show! Terrific job! #GlobalMarathon https://t.co/dBezFHs5jL
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Can mentors play a bigger role in this area too? #GlobalMarathon https://t.co/SvDxic6VNB
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Incorporating those necessary modern skill sets into engineering university learning is important #GlobalMarathon https://t.co/BHFLsHEsrd
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Really good advice. Implementing some kind of strategy is important #GlobalMarathon https://t.co/H3DU4Au2Kn
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