Achieving chartered status is a landmark achievement in every engineer’s career. It requires dedication and commitment.
Studying for an engineering degree is a full-time commitment. Diversity is the key to life keeping a positive balance between working hard and maintaining one’s wellbeing. A portion of what spare time we have can be used for helping others.
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After studying at university, making the transition to the working environment can be challenging.
Who should apply for this category?
This award will celebrate someone who has demonstrated a passion for engineering throughout their studies and has continued pursuing this passion through new avenues in the workplace, especially those who are helping to create a diverse and inclusive engineering workforce.
Engineering Apprentice of the Year 2020 Sponsored by: IHEEM The shortlist for 2020 is: Emily Wilson, Arup Maddie Beestin, Rolls-Royce Megan Whitbread, Troup Bywaters + Anders Rachel Green, Cadent Gas The winner will announced at a gala awards dinner on 23rd April 2020 in London along with the Overall Excellence in Engineering Award.