There are many ways you can get involved with the IET. A few of our volunteers share their experiences...
Volunteering gave Janice Man the chance to exercise leadership and managerial skills, plus meeting with global professionals allowed her to learn more about other cultures, supporting her own career moves.
As chairman of the Scotland South East Young Professionals and a member of the IET Council, Tim is able to engage with the IET’s younger membership and bring their issues to the attention of its top-level advisory body.
R. Jananthan has worked as an IET volunteer at local, regional and international levels. He is passionate about giving back to society and sees this work as part of his professional development.
Volunteering for the IET aided Stan’s professional development throughout his entire career.
A keen volunteer throughout his local community, Tim Heywood gets a kick from his efforts directly affecting those he volunteers for. He believes his involvement allows him to stretch his capabilities and keeps him driven.
As Young Woman Engineer of the Year Hanna was able to take her outreach volunteer work to the next level and is a devout promoter of engineering and supporting young professionals.