Our partners and volunteers help us to inspire the next generation of female and regional students and transform community perceptions across Australia.
From our first event in 2012, we have been committed to creating measurable change in the industry, and continue to research best practice and revise our event structure and support.
Volunteer with us
Every volunteer position offers the opportunity to work with an amazing team, share your passion, and inspire the next generation of engineers.
Our student and industry volunteers project manage, run workshops, give talks, and run site tours across QLD, NSW, VIC, and NT. You don't need to be an engineer to join our volunteer community, just passionate about making real change in the industry.
When surveyed, 100% of our event volunteers had fun and would volunteer again!
To register your interest in becoming an volunteer, explore our current opportunities, including non-event specific roles, and apply to volunteer at an event, go to our Volunteer Portal below.
Become a partner
Do you want to strengthen your brand, connect with young people, and make a measurable positive impact for diversity in engineering?
BECOME AN INVESTMENT PARTNER
Help us to sustainably grow our impact across Australia either through engaging your employees as volunteers, or providing funding to reach more students.
All our partners receive recognition of their contribution on our website, social media, and reports, and your staff can build their skills in project management, communication, and public speaking through the PoE volunteering program, and have opportunities to give back to the industry and network with other professionals.
Power of Engineering is entirely volunteer-run, and is funded through partnerships with industry. Growth in our funding means that we can continue to provide our events at no cost to students or schools, especially in regional areas where schools often have the least STEM outreach programs available to their classes.
By donating, you will be directly helping us reach more students who would otherwise not have exposure to the engineering world, and see engineering as a creative, collaborative, and critical career which is shaping our society.