Volunteering is a great way to build engineering contacts as you begin your career. Find out how they can help enhance your CV and specialist skills.
Getting more involved as a volunteer is a great way to enhances your CV as you gain essential career experience, improve your specialist skills and develop new ones. Follow the links below to see the different opportunities available to students through our series of case studies that highlight the benefits of volunteering. You can also find out more about how you can volunteer with the IET.
Dan Mannion, a third year undergraduate at UCL’s Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at UCL, talks about his experiences volunteering as a STEM ambassador.
Find out how engineering students and apprentices can benefit from becoming an IET Local Network (LN) volunteer.
Peter Alizadeh is an active member of the Queen Mary University of London’s (QMUL) IET On Campus community.
Download this brochure to uncover the wide range of IET volunteer opportunities available to students.