CEO Graham Curren praises the quality of young talent amongst the Award Nominations

The judges of the 2019 BrightSparks awards for young engineering talent have selected the winners from amongst the nominees. After a day of examining the entries and discussing the candidates' entries final decisions have been made. This is the third year running in which Graham Curren, CEO of Sondrel has been asked to participate in making the selection alongside other well known leaders and influencers in the technology world.

The winners will be announced at an Award Ceremony on 2nd May in London. The awards are given to engineers under the ages of 30 who have shown exceptional talent, entrepreneurialism and skill in the field of electronic engineering who not only provide a motivating example to their own generation of engineers but also highlight the value of engineering careers, providing inspiration to the younger generations, encouraging the uptake of STEM and engineering related subjects that will be foundational in shaping their future work lives in industry.

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Sondrel avidly supports STEM initiatives and has several STEM ambassadors who visit secondary schools in the UK to inspire young people about careers in electrical engineering and science related areas. Sondrel provides structured career paths for engineering graduates and provides a number of reward and recognition programmes to recognise exceptional talent, skill and professionalism. For more information on STEM ambassadors, please contact us.