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STEMM opportunities in Wales

Event organised by ICE

Date
07 June 2023
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Overview

This webinar is aimed at engineering and infrastructure professionals in Wales who might be considering STEMM volunteering for the first time or looking for new ideas in STEMM outreach and education.
 
The session is hosted by the Early Careers Network (ECNet) in Wales and will aim to introduce the work we are doing in Wales and how people can get involved, the ICE’s STEMM targets in Wales and ideas for STEMM events.
 
Find out about how to become an ICE STEMM Ambassador, explore how STEMM volunteering can help your career as well as the next generation and gain an understanding of the STEMM landscape in the region and the opportunities to get involved. This event is open to people at all career stages however is particularly useful for those working towards chartership as this will help to target attribute 7 – Professional Commitment.

Speakers

Palvi Rupalia

Palvi Rupalia

Hydrock (ECNet STEMM Lead)

Graduate Civil Engineer

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Palvi Rupalia

I am a Civil Engineering graduate from the University of South Wales. I have worked at Hydrock as a graduate Civil Engineer since September 2021.
I have only been an active STEM ambassador a couple of months, but I was involved with helping a girls in STEM event at Hydrock, which we are looking to put on again this year.

Georgios Kyvetos Meng (Hons) GMICE

Georgios Kyvetos Meng (Hons) GMICE

WSP

STEM Lead ICE Wales Cymru Early Careers Network (Cardiff)

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Georgios Kyvetos Meng (Hons) GMICE

I am an Assistant Civil Engineer at WSP, working in the Highways Team. In my day-to-day role I provide support and design input to various infrastructure projects, working closely with multiple disciplines.
I have been a STEM Ambassador since my early days as a student at Cardiff University and have continued to be an active member ever since.

I am currently the STEM Lead for WSP’s Cardiff office and the STEM Lead in the ICE Wales Cymru Early Careers Network committee. I have been active in promoting, organising, and leading STEM events, both online and in person. Some of the events I have been involved are student mentoring, in-person practical activities and demonstrations, as well as talks about Engineering.

For more information please contact:

Jessica McQuade