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MEA looks for event professionals

Annika Dammann, m+a - Wednesday, October 23, 2019    

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Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) has launched the 2019 Ungerboeck Young Professional Scholarship Programme, a scheme designed to recognise young event professionals who excel in their roles. This year’s winners will join elite alumni of event professionals who have gone on to build successful careers as senior managers and leaders in the industry. The Ungerboeck Young Professional Scholarship programme is open to employees of MEA members, 30 years of age or under with fewer than three years’ full-time experience in the meetings and events industry. Scholarships are awarded to one winner in each state and territory, who will have the opportunity to attend Evolve 2020 in Hunter Valley to develop their skills and network with industry leaders.



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