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Today's fresh talent, tomorrow's experts, innovators, and leaders.

In the ever-evolving realms of science and technology, personal and professional growth isn’t reserved for the few — it’s a necessity for all. That’s why Engineers Australia is committed to supporting members at all stages of their careers.

From recent graduate, Chartered engineer and beyond to executive and Fellow, we assist your journey at every turn. Our goal is to illuminate opportunities that allow you to excel and become a leader in your field. This includes professional events, important news, valuable resources, training and mentoring, communities of practice and more.

Engineers Australia is more than a vast body of peers and opportunities — we are advocates for your success. We partner with organisations that promote improved lifestyles for our members and forge connections between individual and industry through a variety of programs such as EA Connect and the National Engineering Register.

For graduates entering the workforce as Professional Engineers, Engineering Technologists and Engineering Associates, we provide invaluable connections to opportunities for networking and career development. Attend events such as site visits and conferences, continue growing your skills with Engineering Education Australia, and utilise our Professional Development Program (PDP) to build your competency and attain Chartered Status.

Collaborate with Engineers Australia to build your future by joining your peers and industry leaders to increase your skills, knowledge and potential.

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