Share Your Story...inspire Another Engineer

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Wherever you are in the world and whatever stage you’re at in your career, we’d like to hear your stories - which could inspire other engineers and technologists.
Your story could be powerful – alerting others to opportunities within the IET and inviting them to play a bigger role in the engineering and technology community.

One of our stories featured Rob McLaughlan who won an award from his employer for IET volunteering activitiesWhat makes a good story?

We’d particularly like to hear from you if:
  • you’ve achieved professional success or awards, with help from the IET
  • you’ve overcome obstacles in your career,making use of IET resources
  • your IET volunteering experience has benefited you and/or your community
  • you’ve used an IET product or service, or attended an IET event which has made a difference to your career.


One of our stories featured Rob McLaughlan who won an award from his employer for IET volunteering activities

Is my story suitable?
Please contact us with your idea at: before you begin writing. We can advise on whether we will be able to use your story.

Where will my story be shared?
You’ll have the opportunity to discuss this with us in more detail. But there are a number of      possibilities - our website, Member News, social media channels including Engineering Communities and more.

No time or inclination to write?
No problem! If you can provide us with the details for the story and/or an interview, our professional writers will do the rest of the work. And we’ll run the final piece by you for sign-off.

Send us your idea for an inspiring story today! Email:

Posted by Kim Letchford on Jul 10, 2018 3:59 PM Europe/London

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