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IET searches for top young female engineer of 2006

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The Institution of Engineering and Technology has launched this year’s search for Britain’s top young woman engineer.
With only eight per cent of the UK’s engineers being women, the judges are not only looking for candidates with exceptional skills but also those that have the ability to be a great ambassador for the profession and a role model for the next generation of engineers.
The awards are open to women under the age of 30 with an appropriate engineering qualification such as an HNC, HND or a degree. Candidates must also be able to demonstrate their practical experience, which is considered of equal value to academic achievement.
The winner of the Young Woman Engineer of the Year award will receive a cheque for £1,000 and a engraved trophy at a ceremony in London on 25th January 2007.

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