Why Not Nominate An Outstanding IET Volunteer For The IET Volunteer Medal?

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?

The IET Volunteer Medal was awarded for the first time in 2015 and recognises the importance of volunteers to the IET in its mission to inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community.

The award is open to all individuals who have been engaged in an IET volunteering role for at least one year and nominees are normally expected to be over the age of 35.

To put some context, the volunteering contributions that would constitute outstanding achievement might include:

Insight in development of new initiatives to achieve IET aims
Successfully adapting initiatives to work in a specific context or region
Leadership shown in development and growth of IET initiatives
Being an exceptional ambassador in engaging or recruiting a large number of new supporters, stakeholders or members
Influencing other stakeholders to engage in IET initiatives
Inspiring others by creating and sharing successful new practice. 

 
For further information have a look on the web page
 
Posted by Lynsay Callaghan on Mar 16, 2017 2:08 PM Europe/London

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