The Engineers’ Club annually selects a Young Engineer of the Year from nominations submitted by Club members, technical societies and employers of engineers in government, industry, and education in the Delaware Valley*.
Call for Nominations – Now Open for 2017
Do you know an outstanding young engineer deserving of recognition? Then YOU are invited to submit nominees for the 2017 Young Engineer of the Year (YEOY) Award.
2017 Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year
Several candidates were submitted for the 2017 Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year honors this year. The Selection Committee faced the difficult task of evaluation of these highly-qualified and impressive candidates to decide on one person for this honor. After careful review and consideration, the Committee decided to cite Kazi Hassan, PE. Read more about Kazi.
Each nominee must be 35 years of age or under prior to January 1 the year the award is presented and hold a degree in engineering from a college or university having an accredited curriculum.
The nominee shall have demonstrated leadership capabilities and shall have made a recognized contribution to the Engineering Profession. An extremely important part of the judging will be based on the candidate’s contribution and participation in charitable, civic, and technical affairs.
Nominees need to either reside or have their principal place of business in the Delaware Valley at the time the nomination is submitted.
The new YEOY is honored in February during Engineers Week and is expected to participate in the following key events of Engineers Week:
- Presentation of the award and brief remarks at the Awards Luncheon
- Brief Remarks at the Young Engineers Social
- Brief Remarks at the Celebration of Engineering Reception
Contact Tony Cirillo with any questions.
Past Young Engineers of the Year
Check out the archives for the previous Young Engineers of the Year