Young Woman Engineer winner 2010, Arlene McConnell

Last chance to enter or nominate for the Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards

This prestigious award honours the very best female engineers under the age of 30 working in the UK today, highlighting the achievements of women in engineering and encouraging others to enter the profession.

The Award recognises a young woman who has firmly established herself as an energetic and technically excellent professional.

The winner will follow in the illustrious footsteps of many other inspiring engineers since the start of the programme in 1978. The IET Young Woman Engineer 2011 will be an able ambassador, representing women in engineering and acting as an inspirational role model.

Two runners-up, one who has followed an apprentice route and one who has followed a graduate route, will be awarded the Mary George Memorial Prize and Women’s Engineering Society prizes respectively.

The deadline is 29 July 2011. Find out more about the award and how to enter or nominate at www.theiet.org/ywe.

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