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Become an ambassador for the IET

19 April 2012

The IET London Young Professionals is hosting an interactive workshop at IET Savoy Place on April 24 2012, where the role and benefits of becoming an ambassador at either a business or university will be discussed. For existing ambassadors, this evening will present a great chance to discuss the role and feed information back to the new ambassadors.

The IET's Savoy Place HQ in London
The IET's Savoy Place HQ in London

By becoming an ambassador, not only will you benefit from personal development and the enhancement of your professional profile, but you will also be helping to make a difference in the engineering world by helping the IET reach out with targeted engineering events. This role will help you to:

- boost your CV;
- gain an advantage in job interviews;
- develop your personal skills;
- represent your university;
- help to promote engineering;
- network with your peers.

The evening will start with a brief introduction to the IET and the Young Professionals committee. The details of the ambassador role and its many benefits will be discussed, followed by some interactive brainstorming exercises. The workshop will conclude with a discussion about upcoming events and the potential role of ambassadors in their promotion.

Snacks and drinks will be provided during the registration period from 6-6:30pm. The event (from 6.00pm to 9.30pm) is free to attend. For venue details, click here.  
For more information about the IET's ambassador scheme, click here.

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