Showcasing how the IET can help support the early stages of your career progression.
I was always fascinated by how things work when I was growing up,” said Isaac Jones EngTech TMIET, a 2nd Year Undergraduate Engineer at the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology.
Following his victory in the #PresentIn10 final, Member News caught up with Paul to discuss his winning presentation, the importance of engineers creating sustainable innovations, why he loves kites – and why we should too!
From helping her father with household handiwork to developing code for drones at robotics start-up, Herotech8, Dilani Selvanathan shares her engineering journey, the importance of promoting STEM, and how she’s smashing stereotypes for apprentices around the world.
From Physics student to Chartered Engineer
Senior Process Improvement Engineer, Sadie Peacock CEng MIET, has already made an impact early on in her career.
The IET provides engineers in the early stages of their career, the platform to network with industry leaders and make new contacts to help them progress. Here are some other ways the IET can help:
Our awards programme includes awards for individual excellence, research and innovation, scholarships, travel awards, prizes and competitions within the engineering and technology sector.
Put simply, our Advantage Scheme is your route to professional excellence. Find out more about our early career membership package.