On Friday 11th May, the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand’s Student and Early Careers Committee (SECC) met face-to-face in Sydney for a planning and strategy session.
The SECC is comprised of members from Australia and New Zealand and is committed to improving the delivery of services for student and early career members of the EIANZ.
Above: SEC Committee members planning how to provide more services to students and early career members
In attendance was:
David Johnson, EIANZ Board member
Tor Hundloe, Advisory Council and Qualification Accreditation Scheme member
Sophie Cowie, EIANZ SECC Chair
Isobel Oldfield, NZ Member
Simon Jones, NSW member
Daniel Lim, Vic member
Dannielle Graham, STEPS Committee member and Vic Member
Sarah Ravensberg, WA member
Jack Annear, SA member
and a special guest appearance by the NSW Division Students and Early Carers committee.
In a jam-packed agenda, the SECC discussed events, mentoring, student engagement, the STEPS program, the Qualification Accreditation Scheme, and the upcoming Students and Early Careers Congress to be held in Sydney on Wednesday 31st October 2018.
The meeting was held at Cardno in St Leonards. The EIANZ SECC would like to thank Cardno for their generous sponsorship of this event which will enable the EIANZ SECC to continue to make a difference to the careers of young engineering and science professionals in the Environment discipline.
Above: The EIANZ SECC at Cardno for the annual face-to-face meeting
If you would like to know more about the SECC or are from a Division which is not yet represented on the SECC committee and would like to contribute, please contact Sophie Cowie (sophie.cowie@Cardno.com.au)