Webinar: Why civil engineering? Engineering a better environment. 24 September 2020 and recorded

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The ICE Inspiration Series provides a complete online careers programme for students and educational establishments who want to explore the rewarding and diverse world of civil engineering careers.

Each event will feature real life civil engineers telling their inspiring stories as well as providing practical advice for study and career development.

Watch them all or register for the ones you’re most interested in – your choice! You will also get to ask the speakers your questions either during or in advance of the event.

Why civil engineering? Engineering a better environment will answer questions including:

  • How are civil engineers working to achieve the UN global Sustainable Development Goals?
  • How are civil engineers fighting climate change?
  • How are civil engineers protecting habitats?
  • What types of jobs are there in civil engineering if you want to save the planet?

BOOK NOW: https://www.ice.org.uk/events/event-registration?eventid=6976

Access the event recording from Monday 28 Sept here: https://www.ice.org.uk/events/engineering-a-better-environment-webinar

Got a question already for our event panel? Email us at careers@ice.org.uk

To join the webinar, please use the link that will be included in your booking confirmation email.

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In line with our safeguarding policy, all the events are hosted and moderated by ICE STEM ambassadors and ICE staff members with current Disclosure Barring Service checks. 


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