Young Engineers Australia Sydney

The Sydney branch of Young Engineers Australia.

About Young Engineers Sydney

Young Engineers Australia, Sydney Division (YEAS) is a special interest group that focuses on the needs of engineering students and professionals under the age of 35. Engineers Australia membership is free for university students and discounted for graduates.

YEAS aims to empower all young engineering students and professionals to build their careers and promote their profession through educational and social events.

For more information on how to become an active member contact YEAS Secretary Christine Chen at yeasyd@engineersaustralia.org.au. Many small individual efforts result in a large collective benefit... so we encourage you to get involved!

Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors:

  • Hays - Sponsor of the 2014 Young Engineers Networking Event
  • Davies Collison Cave - Sponsors of the Young Entrepreneurs Workshop
  • URS - 2013 Young Engineers Leadership Reception
  • Expressive Engineering - Sponsors for the Young Engineers vs Young Lawyers Debate event
  • Coffey - Sponsors of the 2013 Barangaroo Development Forum

We would welcome any potential sponsors - contact YEAS at yeasyd@engineersaustralia.org.au for more information.

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