Voice of the next generation

Leonard, Joel
February 2014
DEMM: Engineering & Manufacturing;Feb2014, p28
Trade Publication
The article discusses how the Maintenance Engineering Society of New Zealand can better encourage the younger generation to pursue careers in engineering. Topics discussed include the need for exposing the youth to engineering jobs and the participation of the youth in career pathway events held at their respective communities. The creation of information sources that will help educate the youth about various engineering disciplines is suggested.


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