Young Engineers Australia Northern

The Northern branch of Young Engineers Australia

About Young Engineers Northern

Young Engineers Australia (YEA) is a group within Engineers Australia, who are in the first five or so years of their career or under the age of 35 years.

The role of YEA is to represent the needs of young engineers and to promote, encourage, and coordinate activities. The YEA National Committee consists of one representative from each of the nine divisions of Engineers Australia.

The Northern YEA group includes students, associates, technologists, graduates and professionals. The Northern YEA Committee organises various activities for its members to take part in, such as sports and social events, workshops, joint technical presentations and network possibilities with senior engineers (Generation Exchange). The YEA group is also involved in various STEM programs and activities to promote the engineering profession to school children through presentations and Science week activities (school visits, Lego workshops etc.).

YEA is here for you and here to make a difference. Remember that the profession is what YOU make it. Being a part of Engineers Australia and the YEA is a great way to shape your career and professional development.

 

YEA Mission

We are committed to providing services that will be of use to our members' academic, personal and professional development. The group has a strong focus on promoting the Engineering profession to school students and the general community.

 

YEA Northern Committee

The Northern YEA Committee is an enthusiastic group of engineers, under the age of 35, from an array of disciplines. We also welcome and encourage engineering technologists and associates to join and participate in the Committee.
 
We are always looking for motivated people to help out on the Committee, so if you are new to Darwin, get in touch and come along.

 

Contact Us

If you want to find out more, are interested in joining the Northern YEA Committee or just want to come along to some of our events, please get in touch with us, we'd love to hear from you!

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