As the leading Young Professional networking group in Perth, we are committed to providing our members with every opportunity to engage with other professionals across every sector.
To this end, we have created a HUB of Young Professional Groups (YPGs) we are lucky enough to be affiliated with. These groups are separate to PerthYP, but we work together to make sure that Perth’s Young Professionals grow, learn and succeed together.
If you are part of a Young Professional organisation in Perth, Western Australia and would like to be affiliated with PerthYP please get in touch at email@example.com
Affiliated Young Professionals Groups
The aim of AgConnectWA is to engage, connect, represent, educate, listen, advocate and support young people throughout the agricultural industry and communities, in order to address the challenges they face, and harness opportunities that are available to them.
AgConnectWA recognises that in addition to young farmers, there is a myriad of young people in rural, regional and metropolitan areas with a passion for agriculture and progressing rural communities.
WAMC YP aspires to drive diversification and innovation within the mining industry, through the creation of a forum that supports development and retention of young professionals.
To maintain globally competitive operations, we believe there is an imperative to leverage different ways of thinking to transform the way we work. Our initiatives and events feature insights and perspectives from a range of industry professionals, to generate open discussion and debate about the future of our industry.
The Young Lawyers Committee (YLC) works closely with the Society’s team to deliver key support for new members of the profession. We do this through social and sporting events, career support, information sharing to keep you informed, and opportunities to give young lawyers a voice.
EmAGN aims to create a design community for graduates and emerging architects for mutual support and to foster a culture of architecture. The network promotes and provides opportunities for young, emerging architects and designers by linking design professionals through events and initiatives.
New members and new ideas are always welcome.
YPAC was formed in 2003 to cater for the needs of young professional public servants in Western Australia.
Its committee consists of up to 15 dynamic, knowledgeable and committed young professional members from the Institute of Public Administration Australia WA (IPAA WA), who share a common goal – to increase the learning and networking opportunities for young professionals in the public sector.
Formed in 2010, Piddington originates from Albert Bathurst Piddington, a lawyer, politician and reformer. Piddington is an association of lawyers who are committed to collegiality and access to justice.
The society hosts quality and collegiate continuing professional development (CPD) and social events. In 2013, it established its Bali Law Conference, providing an opportunity for lawyers to come together to undertake CPD through masterclasses, lectures, conferences and an advocacy weekend.
We seek a profession which is collegiate, happy and always seeking justice.
The Young Energy Professionals movement recognises the importance of younger members to the future of the energy industry and the Institute. The movement aims to help younger professionals in their career development and to foster future industry leaders. The emphasis is on networking, and personal and professional development within the broader context of an interest in energy issues.
YPIREWA aims to connect and engage young people in the real estate community in order to educate and inspire them in both their personal and professional lives so they can reach they’re full potential.
Find out more by visiting www.facebook.com/YPIREWA
The Young Builders Alliance (YBA) are the leading young professionals of the building and construction industry. YBA aim to provide members with continued professional growth, networking opportunities within and external to the industry, and exposure to current projects being undertaken in Perth.
Outlook@UDIA was established in 2000 to drive UDIA’s commitment to the active participation of young professionals (under 35’s) in the development industry. As well as providing networking opportunities for those within the industry, Outlook aims to promote the industry within the broader community, encouraging young professionals to consider career’s within the urban development industry through engagement activities and promotion of the benefits of the wide variety of career pathways the industry offers.
While there are a few youth advocacy groups in the south west which are involved in fighting for issues important to their members, there are a growing number of young people who want access to a group that holds a series of networking events for young professionals where they can meet new contact and hear from successful leaders across a range of different industries.
South West Young Professionals (SWYP) is a networking group for people under 35 that provides the opportunity to hear valuable insights from top-tier industry leaders and thinkers, as well as the sort of contacts needed to gain a competitive career edge.