Welcome to the Middle East YPN branch page
The Middle East Young Professionals Network exists to help support young professionals working in the energy industry. Our mission is to draw together cross-discipline energy professionals from diverse backgrounds to learn about and discuss key energy issues. We provide a platform from which you can grow and develop whilst building strong multidisciplinary networks, spanning the whole energy sector.
Through online and physical events, career development seminars and networking sessions, the YPN offers young professionals the chance to connect, engage and grow.
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