A years’ free Graduate membership has been awarded to three students as part of a CIWM sponsored award that aims to help University graduates begin their career in resource management.
For each of CIWM’s accredited University courses, CIWM awards an annual sponsored “CIWM Best Student Award” with a year’s free Graduate membership as the prize. The winner is chosen by the University from varying criteria, such as “most improved”, or “most consistent achiever”. CIWM then presents an award certificate and membership prize voucher at Graduation day prize-giving ceremonies.
As part of their Graduate membership, the winners receive career support from CIWM as they take their first steps into sector as a University graduate.
This year so far, CIWM has presented prizes to:
- Peter James McCafferty – CIWM Best Student Award MSc/PgD Waste and Resource Management Course 2017, University of West of Scotland.
- Dilip Raj Gurung – CIWM Best Student Award – MSc Waste and Resource Management Course, Cranfield.
- Esther Sidibe – CIWM Best Student Award, Energy from Waste MSc, Cranfield.
Becoming a Graduate member is a great way to begin your career in resource & waste management. As well as showing your commitment to professionalism, as a Graduate member of CIWM, you’ll also have access to a range of career-development opportunities. Find out more here.
CIWM’s Professional Development Advisor, Ria Sheridan, who has presented several of the awards, said: “I am always very proud and honoured to present the Best Student Awards at our accredited course Universities on behalf of CIWM. There is such a wealth of aptitude and enthusiasm, not only amongst the prize winners, but also across all the accredited course students.
“It is a shared opportunity for the Universities and CIWM to celebrate the talent and diversity of our future resource and waste industry professionals.”
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