Join us!

Currently, one-third of Engineering at Alberta's 30,000 living alumni are under the age of 35. And this number is only getting bigger!

In 2017, the Faculty initiated its Young Alumni Council (EnggYAC), bringing together a team of volunteer alumni committed to creating more opportunities for recent engineering grads to engage with the Faculty and their community.

Today, EnggYAC meets regularly throughout the year to discuss issues that matter to us and to identify ways we can get involved through a variety of initiatives:

  • Networking and professional development opportunities.
  • Community engagement initiatives.
  • Mentorship opportunities.
  • Speaker series.
  • Diversity in engineering initiatives.

If you have any questions about EnggYAC, contact us at enggyac@ualberta.ca.

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What does it take to engineer a community? What role does diversity play in engineering?

These are just a couple of the topics EnggYAC has addressed in their EnggTALK speaker series, featuring young Engineering at Alberta alumni doing really great things!

Learn more

As a U of A Engineering alumnus, you still have access to the valuable career-building services of the Engineering Employment Centre. Visit the EEC to find out what they have to offer!

You're entitled to special rates for insurance, event tickets, and even access to U of A fitness facilities. Discover all the great offers and benefits at the Alumni and Friends website.