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ICE revamps mentor matching scheme

The ICE has named the eight successful candidates for its Future Leaders scheme, formerly the President’s Apprentices Scheme.

They are: Environment Agency graduate civil engineer Ayo Sokale; Waterco Consultants graduate engineer Louisa King; Arup assistant technician Meghan Fick; Arup graduate structural engineer Charlotte Murphy;

Transport Scotland graduate engineer Asif Huq; Atkins graduate structural engineer Will Lavelle; MTR Corporation graduate engineer Max Ng; and Wood Thilstead graduate geotechnical engineer Simone Schmieder.

The group will receive guidance and support from current ICE president Lord Mair throughout their term. They will now work with ICE representatives on their choice of nine projects, which are integral to ICE’s Plan for 2018/20.

They will also play an important role in the ICE’s ICE200 bicentenary activities, serving as civil engineering ambassadors.

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