Congratulations to all our finalists for the AIDN ACT Young Achiever Award
Dr Kirsty Hannam, RF Engineer from CEA Technologies
"Kirsty is the stand-out from the perspective of her academic, professional and community contributions and achievements. In this way she amply fits the description of an inspiring role model and dedicated professional. We are sure CEA are very proud of her. Dr Kirsty’s achievements are also a positive reflection on CEA as they continue to invest in local talent and provide exciting, relevant and fulfilling careers here in Canberra"
Ben Chaplin, Engineer, Eclipse
Anthony Bozzato, Noetic Group
Image: AIDN ACT YAA celebrations: Anthony Bozzato; Suzanne Orr, MLA (ACT Government); Dr Kirsty Hannam and Ben Chaplin.
KINDLY SUPPORTED BY CASG
Driven and talented young people are the key to the future of the defence industry. In order to recognise individuals who may be future industry leaders, AIDN has created the AIDN Young Achiever Award
Nominations for the 2018 AIDN ACT YAA are now open
The AIDN Young Achiever Award (YAA) was created to recognise the important contribution made by young people in Australia's defence industry. The award is held at the AIDN ACT level and the winner will compete for the national award.
AIDN ACT invites you to demonstrate your achievements as a young professional by entering these awards in 2018.
WHO CAN ENTER THE AWARD?
The Award is open to all members of Defence Industry aged 30 years and under (entrants must be under 30 years of age on 1 January 2018). You do not have to be a member of AIDN to enter but you must be nominated by a member of AIDN.
Winning the AIDN-ACT Young Achiever Award recognises your efforts, and demonstrates your achievements and your potential to your colleagues, clients and future employers. It will also entitle you to participate in the AIDN National Young Achiever Award.