Welcome to the Glasgow Young Members Panel

Glasgow Young Members Panel (GYMP) are a pro-active group who are striving to inspire the next generation of engineers in Glasgow through regular events such as technical lectures, networking events and site visits. Through engaging in the committee, members at the GYMP can gain a vast array of skills which will help them develop the skills they need to become a young professional whilst also promoting and raising awareness of the IMechE.

GYMP host a wide range of events from interesting lectures such as 'Let's Talk About Space', to our highly beneficial networking and career events such as 'Careers and Beers' and also some very stimulating site visits.

This page will regularly be updated to provide all of the latest information of any meetings and/or events being organised by the GYMP and also the pages to sign up to events where applicable. Information on any meetings or events can be found on the events page.

Or if you would like to find out more about our previous events  you can visit out Past Events page.

Be sure to Like our Facebook page where you will also be kept up to date with all of our latest news.

GYMP has numerous roles that aim to develop the interpersonal and professional skills of the young engineers involved whether they are an apprentice, undergraduate student or a graduate.

The roles available on the GYMP panel include: Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, Media Officer, and University Ambassadors. Throughout a 4 year undergraduate course, members could have the opportunity to take on four different roles on the committee which provide a very wide range of skills useful for the entirety of their professional career.

New members are always welcome to join the panel and can find details of the next meeting on the events page or by contacting a committee member on the contact us page.

Current and Future Events

Please click the event heading for further information.
  • Event Type: Technical visit
    21 February 2019 18:00 to 20:00
    EDF Hunterston B Visitor Centre - West Kilbride
    Only 20 spaces available for this free guided visit of EDF Hunterston B, one of the UKs best known advanced gas-cooled reactors. The tour will formally begin at 6pm at the EDF Visitor Centre and will lasts approximately 1.5 – 2 hours. Mini bus transportation will be provided from a location in the centre of Glasgow leaving at 4pm, arriving back in Glasgow around 10pm.
    Industry: Nuclear power
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