Young Engineers Australia South Australia

The South Australia branch of Young Engineers Australia.

Young Engineers South Australia

The South Australia Division of Young Engineers Australia (YEA) organises various activities for its members, which include students, associates, technologists, graduates and professionals. We are focused on providing useful services for our members' professional, academic and personal development, as well as raising the profile of the engineering profession in the general community.

We think that being a part of Engineers Australia and YEA is the best way to shape your career and professional development.

Our vision

To be an influential voice in our profession and the leader among young professional bodies.

Our mission

Young Engineers Australia exists to represent, support and provide a voice for the young engineering team. Through a culture of innovation, integrity and the pursuit of excellence, YEA facilitates the professional and personal development of our membership. This establishes engineers as highly respected members of the community.

Regional groups

Currently, Young Engineers Australia - South Australia Division (YEA-SA) doesn't have any regional groups, however we are keen to support and start as many as possible. If you want to start a regional group and find out what support we can provide you, please contact the YEA-SA Chair at sa@engineersaustralia.org.au

Contact us

For questions or comments related to YEA-SA including information on events, membership and joining please contact the YEA-SA Chair at sa@engineersaustralia.org.au.

Facebook

If you would like to keep updated on all of the events that the YEA-SA committee are organising you can visit the YEA-SA Facebook page.

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