ICE Regions provide representatives to the committee from their local Graduate and Student Committees (or comparable group). GSNet includes elected Graduate members on ICE Council and the GSNet Executive Board.
GSNet is an active and dynamic group, representing early-career members on many ICE panels and committees, and shaping the future of the Institution. We formally meet four times each year, to share best practice and hear about our work across ICE, as well as to engage with senior ICE members. We have three elected graduate member representatives on ICE Council and our Chair attends ICE Council and Trustee Board.
Getting involved with GSNet, whether at a regional or international committee level, is a fantastic way to engage with ICE, learn new skills and broaden your professional network.
Emerging Engineers Award
We lead on the international competition for early-career ICE members, the Emerging Engineers Award. Regional heats are held in the first half of every year, with an international final taking place each Autumn. Find out more about the Emerging Engineers Award.
Our volunteers deliver a huge range of activities across the world. To get involved and find out more about upcoming events and support in your region, visit the ICE Near You page. You can also find out more information about setting up local Student Chapters outside the UK.
ICE President’s Future Leaders
Every year the ICE President chooses some of the brightest and most motivated graduate and technician members to be on the Future Leaders Scheme.
More detail and information on how to apply is given on our President's Future Leaders page.
There are many ways to engage with your Institution, including becoming an ICE STEM Ambassador. Our Volunteer Hub gives all the information you need to get involved.
GSNet members are regularly involved with support for professional qualification preparation, including arranging Communication Task Group sessions. Find out more about the support available to you via our Membership Guidance pages.