Student Engagement Officers represent EIANZ at RMIT Industry Night

Published 23 May 2018

EIANZ strives to represent and serve its student and early-career members by offering tailored events, mentoring programs and networking opportunities. EIANZ's Student Engagement Officers volunteer their time to connect university students in environment-related degrees with EIANZ's events and services.

Recently, some of Victoria's Student Engagements Officers, Kimberly Pellosis, Meg Turner and Jinal Shah, represented EIANZ at the RMIT Environmental Engineering Student Association's Industry Night. It was a well-attended and interactive event, with a great turnout from a range of students, early career professionals and experienced environmental practitioners. A group rotation setup allowed our officers to engage with a wide network of people, and promote EIANZ's aims and upcoming events in Victoria. 

Above: From left to right, Jinal Shah, Meg Turner and Kimberly Pellosis at RMIT's Industry Night 

Find out more about Student and Early Career events and opportunities by contacting your local division or chapter.