The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world’s largest technical professional society. Founded in 1884 by a handful of practitioners of the new electrical engineering discipline. The men and women of the IEEE are the technical and scientific professionals making the revolutionary engineering advances which are reshaping our world today.
The purpose of activities is two fold: (1) to enhance the quality of life for all peoples through improved public awareness of the influences and applications of its technologies; and (2) to advance the standing of the engineering profession and its members.
The IEEE, through its members, provides leadership in areas ranging from aerospace, computers and communications to biomedical technology, electric power and consumer electronics.
About IEEE Young Professionals
Young Professionals, previously known as Graduates of Last Decade (GOLD), is the group of IEEE members that have completed their first academic degree within the last 15 years. The Young Professionals program has been established to provide the framework and tools necessary for Sections to use in their efforts of retaining recent graduates, but also to engage young entrepreneurs with the IEEE community.
The IEEE Tunisia Young Professionals Affinity Group was formed on 2nd April 2010. It assembles 225 IEEE members (Stats. January 2019) who graduated with their first professional degree within the last 15 years. The following table presents the membership development in the group.
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Thanks to a good relation with IEEE Student Branches in Tunisia and local industries, the IEEE Tunisia Young Professionals affinity group aim to help new graduates transition into the professional world by:
- providing members with networking opportunities;
- organizing seminars and workshops in collaboration with universities and industries;
- developing skills that can boost your career
- sharing knowledge
- providing access to national and global IEEE resources
You are welcome to attend any of our meetings, even if you are not a current member of the IEEE. We do, however, encourage you to join the IEEE.