THE NEXT GEN PROGRAMME FOR STUDENTS, GRADUATES & FUTURE LEADERS WILL HELP TO BUILD THE FUTURE WORKFORCE FOR THE RESOURCE AND METS INDUSTRY
Launched in collaboration with the Victorian Government. IMARC will open its doors to Students, Graduates and Young Professionals providing an opportunity for our future workforce and practitioners to meet and be inspired by a range of diverse professionals at a fast-paced, global event, so they recognise where they can make their mark.
THE NEXT GEN PROGRAMME IS TAKING APPLICATIONS & NOMINATIONS FOR:
- NEXT GEN LEADERS
20 successful applicants will receive a complimentary three-day delegate pass to attend IMARC which includes access to the conference, exhibition, delegate networking functions as well as access to the IMARC Connect meeting planner.
- NEXT GEN IMARC EXPERIENCE
50 successful applicants will receive a complimentary one-day delegate pass to attend IMARC on Thursday 31st October 2019 which includes access to the conference,
exhibition and delegate networking reception.
- NEXT GEN STEM SHOWCASE
3 successful university student groups will be invited to showcase their STEM activities on the IMARC exhibition floor with a pod in the ASCENT startup Village.
All applications will be reviewed by the Next Gen Advisory Board who will select the best applicants across all STEM disciplines. Members of the Board include IMARC Founding Partners: the Victorian Government, Austmine, AusIMM, and Mines and Money.
NEXT GEN LAUNCH PARTNER
One of the key pillars supporting Victorian industry is its strength in research and development. The State has internationally recognised research institutes and organisations supported by a world class tertiary sector.
A focus of the Victorian Government is also to promote and advocate the importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) across the Victorian economy.
– Victorian Government
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY EMAIL ON 1 OCTOBER 2019
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL ALSO BE IN THE RUNNING TO:
- ATTEND THE NEXT GEN CEO BREAKFAST
Opportunity to be considered by the IMARC Next Gen Advisory Board to attend the “Next Gen CEO Breakfast” on Thursday, prior to the start of the conference
- TAKE PART IN A PANEL DISCUSSION
A select handful of applicants will be given the opportunity to take part in a panel discussion in the Collaboration: Next Generation stream on Thursday.
- ACCESS TO THE NEXT GEN STUDENT PASSPORT PROGRAMME
All successful applicants will be able to identify exhibitors who are open to discussions with students and recent graduates around internships, advice and career opportunities within their business with a copy of the Next Gen Student Passport.
- BE A THOUGHT LEADER
Lead the conversation on Mining Beacon by submitting articles, videos throughout the lead up to IMARC 2019.
- BE THE FACE OF THE PROGRAMME
One lucky applicant will be chosen to be the face of the Next Gen Programme and will participate in a video interview at IMARC 2019.
THE NEXT GEN PROGRAMME IS PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY
Top 5 Reasons Students, Graduates & Future Leaders Attend IMARC
- A gateway to your career in the resources and METS industry with over 7000 attendees
- Immerse yourself in the diverse opportunities within the resources and METS sectors available by following a STEM career pathway
- Learn about the future of the resources and METS industry from mining and resource experts with a packed programme of conference presentations.
- Access the IMARC Student Passport to identify exhibitors that are open to discussions with students and recent graduates around internships, advice and career opportunities within their business.
- Hear from your peers with dedicated presentations and discussions featuring some of the successful applications of the Next Gen programme.
NEXT GEN PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
APPLY OR NOMINATE BELOW
Applications for the Next Gen Programme close on 22 September with successful applicants notified by email on 1 October 2019.
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Professor Elizabeth Croft
Dean of Engineering
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Principal Advisor, Rio Tinto Ventures
IMARC is looking to partner with universities to grow awareness of this programme, as well as engage students and future leaders about this opportunity.
Each University that partners on the programme will receive the following benefits:
- Logo included on the IMARC Next Gen Webpage
- Logo included within the IMARC student passport
- 1 x 3 day delegate pass for one of your faculty in STEM to attend IMARC 2019