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AIDN Young Achiever Award 2021

Driven and talented young people are the key to the future of the Defence industry. In order to recognise individuals who may be future industry leaders, AIDN has created the AIDN Young Achiever Award

Nominations for the 2021 AIDN YAA will open later in the year.

The AIDN Young Achiever Award (YAA) was created to recognise the important contribution made by young people in Australia's defence industry. The award is held at the AIDN Chapter level and the winner will compete for the national award.

AIDN invites you to demonstrate your achievements as a young professional by entering these awards in 2021.

WHO CAN ENTER THE AWARD?

The Award is open to all members of Defence industry under the age of 30 (entrants must be under 30 years of age on 1 January 2021). You do not have to be a member of AIDN to enter but you must be nominated by a current financial member of an AIDN Chapter in your referees.

WHY SHOULD I ENTER?

Winning the AIDN Young Achiever Award recognises your efforts, and demonstrates your achievements and your potential to your colleagues, clients and future employers.

HOW TO ENTER

Entry forms will be available in the later half of 2021.


KINDLY SUPPORTED BY CASG


AIDN Young achiever award 2020

Congratulations to all our finalists for the AIDN Young Achiever Award 2020

FINALISTS:

Grace Johnson - Palantir Technologies Australia

Guillaume Benoit Vetea Jounel - DroneShield Ltd

Emily Jean Prunnell - Aurecon Australasia Pty Ltd

Taylor Odishoo - Thales Australia

Priyank Menezes - Airbus Australia Pacific


WINNER:  


Grace Johnson - Palantir Technologies Australia




AIDN YOUNG ACHIEVER AWARD 2019

Congratulations to all our finalists for the AIDN Young Achiever Award 2019

FINALISTS:

Tim Spitzer - Clearbox Systems

Alexander Bowen-Rotsaert - Boeing Defence Australia

Ai Van Tien - Collins Aerospace

Kerry Damen - Pattemore Constructions


WINNER: 

Alexander Bowen-Rotsaert - Boeing Defence Australia



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