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ALGS in action

ICE NEWS

The ALGS represents graduate and student members who live or work within 30km of One Great George Street. It is managed by a committee of 16 annually elected members who meet monthly.

ALGS organises meetings, courses, sports and social events and issues a newsletter three times a year.

It is proud to boast that its meetings always attract high profile speakers keen to share their experience with industry leaders of tomorrow.

All events have the ICE's core objectives in mind, making them is an economical and convenient way of doing CPD without too much effort, according to Marcus Rooney of ALGS.

One of the main drives this year has been the promotion of engineering in schools and ALGS has a large list of graduates willing to help.

However, the support of London's graduates and students is vital for the organisation's success, said Rooney. 'We are having an open meeting on 8 October at which the new committee for 2001/02 will be elected. If you live or work in the London area and want to get involved and meet some enthusiastic young engineers, come along, ' he urged.

INFOPLUS For information on graduates and students activities in your local association, contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.

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