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Enhancing the quality of life for all Queensland communities

Engineering the Future with our YIPWEAQ program

Emerging Leaders

Conference Program

Young Engineer of the Year

Buddy Program

Discounts

Career Pathways

Welcome Function

Enquiries

Please contact Johanna Vanling on 07 3632 6803 or Belinda Smith on 07 3632 6801.

Our YIPWEAQ (Young IPWEAQ) AMBASSADORS!


Madison Stahlhut 

SWQ Branch Committee


Joshua Flanders

NQ Branch Committee


Jessica Kahl

SEQ Branch Committee

Emerging Leaders Series

David Sexton, Principal Environmental Engineer and Scientist at Engeny Water Management. (September 2018)

 

Ashlee Adams, Principal Project Manager - Project Services at Toowoomba Regional Council, YIPWEAQ Deputy Chair and CQ branch representative for the Membership portfolio. (June 2018)


Aaron Meehan, General Manager - Infrastructure, South Burnett Regional Council. (March 2018)


Dwayne Honor, Project Manager - Bundaberg CBD Revitalisation & CHAS

Churchill Fellow, BET (CIVIL), BBA

Bundaberg Regional Council. (March 2017)

Do you work with an emerging leader? Nominate a colleague for recognition in the Engineering for Public Works journal. Contact Belinda Smith for more information.

Register for our Buddy Program!

Would you like to provide guidance to our younger professionals at the 2019 IPWEAQ Annual Conference in Brisbane, 22-24 October 2019?


We invite you to introduce your YIPWEAQ buddy to colleagues and assist them with choosing sessions based on their career aspirations.

Thank you for contacting us regarding the YIPWEAQ program. We will revert to you as soon as possible.

Regards
Leigh
CEO, IPWEAQ
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Futures Challenge

Congratulations Madison Stahlhut representing USQ, winner of the 2018 Futures Challenge! Maddy was presented with her award by the 2017 Futures Challenge winner, Matthew Tiller from QUT.

Young Engineers of the Year

Haydn O'Leary (2018) Aaron Meehan (2017), Craig Heck (2016), Ellie Johnson (2015), Dwayne Honor (2013), Nathan Cunneen (2012)