East Yorkshire Young Members Panel (IMechE EYYM)

The East Yorkshire Young Members Panel (IMechE EYYM for short!) represent young engineers in the greater East Yorkshire area including the University of Hull. The Panel is composed wholly of volunteers from across the area representing students, apprentices, researchers, graduates and professionals.

We aim to provide activities and events for IMechE Young Members in the area which support the IMeche themes of Energy, Environment, Transport and Manufacturing.

Members typically study

  • Mechanical/Manufacturing

The facts

Our committee was formed in 2011.
We hold various events regularly throughout the year.
All our events aim to complement the senior committee’s events programme.
Everyone is welcome to get involved with our events or our wider journey

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Originally formed in 2011, the committee has seen steady growth over the years as our events offering has expanded. In this period, we have already seen a number of our members achieve Chartered status, with the committee acting as a useful stepping stone as members progress through their careers.

Various events are held regularly throughout the year. These include:

  • Monthly meetings at the University of Hull, which are open to anyone who would like to get involved.
  • Tours of local industry.
  • Lectures on engineering themes.
  • STEM and CPD events.
  • Social and networking events where you can get to know like-minded individuals.

How to Join

We are constantly looking for new members and opportunities in the area.

If you feel you have something to offer and would like to get involved further, please send us an email, get involved through our Facebook page or come and see us at one of our events.