Meet the ACS QLD Emerging Professionals Committee
16 February 2022
- In February 2022, ACS Queensland kicked things off by establishing the Emerging Professionals Committee to support and encourage students, recent graduates and individuals interested in pursuing a career in Technology.
Last week, ACS Queensland kicked things off by establishing the ACS QLD Emerging Professionals Committee to support and encourage students, recent graduates and individuals interested in pursuing a career in Technology.
The committee is composed of ICT students and recent graduates, who are aware of how challenging the transition from studying to workforce can be. Their mutual purpose is to support, empower, and be a voice for up-and-coming professionals. Collectively, they are driven by excellence, courage, diversity, and inclusion. They are all enthusiastic and dynamic and look forward to driving positive change within the Queensland ICT community.
Mentored by ACS QLD BEC members Paul Campbell, BEC Vice Chair and Nick Brant, BEC Committee Member, the Emerging Professionals Committee is bound for success in 2022. The committee will be meeting monthly to discuss key objectives and upcoming intiatives to best support all emerging professionals find their way in the tech industry.
The committee is currently still recruiting for new members, if interested send your resume through to [email protected].
The committee doors are now open to anyone out there who may be looking to connect and network with others, and if you are looking for advice into successfully navigating the start of your career journey.
If you have any content ideas or event topics you would like to see this year presented by ACS QLD please contact any of the committee members on Linked In or email Alannah Grech, QLD Senior Member Services and Event Cordinator at [email protected]
We look forward to working with you for a successful 2022.
Gabriela Monterio, Content and Engagement Lead, ACS QLD Emerging Professionals Committee.