Become an IPC Emerging Engineer Now


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IPC’s Emerging Engineer Program provides a unique opportunity for engineers early in their careers to receive education and mentoring for professional development. If you have worked in the industry for less than five years or if you are a university student, you are eligible to apply for the 2020 IPC Emerging Engineer Program and become an IPC Emerging Engineer.

By joining the program, you will receive mentoring and education; work with industry and subject matter experts in your field; learn to develop and revise IPC Standards; obtain recognition for you and your company; and acquire a complimentary All-Access Package registration to IPC APEX EXPO for three years.

Don’t pass up this opportunity to receive education and mentoring to enhance your professional development and to enrich your career.

If you’re interested in applying for or learning more, email us at careerdevelopment@ipc.org.

We will accept applications through November 15, 2019. A limited number of University Student positions are also available.

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