Kaylah Paskins (UWA)
Mitchell Thompson (Curtin University)
Abbey Dunne (UWA)
Lia Cherico (Murdoch University)
Chris Manners (UWA)
Natasha Farr (Murdoch University)
Michael Assmann (Curtin)
Megan Sleep (Murdoch University)
Paulus Siang Kwie Han (Curtin)
Kate Philibert (Curtin)
Dylan Liebeck (Curtin)
Claire Barber (Curtin)
Andrew Mortimer (UWA)
Miguel Bachiller (Curtin University)
Jacob Sammut (Curtin University)
Carina Daly (Curtin University) & David Pearce (Curtin University)
Dewi Octavia (Murdoch University) & Alex Williams (Curtin University)
2012 Scholarship winners
Bohdan Davies (Murdoch University)
Anisa Mathews (Murdoch University)
Jak Kuser (Curtin/WASM)
Samantha Murray (Curtin University) & Kelly Campbell (Curtin University)
Tracey Cousens (Murdoch University)
Harley Davies (WASM) & Kylie Nettleton (Murdoch University)
Holly Kiely (Curtin University)
Jacinta Riedel (Curtin/WASM), Eleanore Bleraue (Curtin University), Hannah Dawson (UWA) & Greg Cohen (Curtin University)
Lewis Mounsher (Curtin University)
Tobiloba Freeman (Curtin University)
Nathan Dalton (UWA) & Codi Busson (Curtin University)
Ryan Dethian (Curtin University)
Rachael Cooke (Curtin University)
Amy Lu (Curtin University)
Tomas Sibma (Curtin University)
Tara Kathleen McCann (Curtin University) & Alyssa Josephs (Curtin University)
Jade Kentwell (Murdoch University)
Matthew Livingstone (Murdoch University)
Benjamin McDonald (University of WA)
Phillip Baruffi (University of WA)
Kieran Rich (WA School of Mines)
Dean Sinno (University of WA)
Erin Ireland (nee Stronach) (WA School of Mines)
Vinod Perera (WA School of Mines)
Trish Partyka (WA School of Mines)
After consulting with many of our stakeholders, we decided to postpone our regular luncheon series.
The safety and wellbeing of all our members and attendees is of paramount importance and our top priority.
For many of us, the current events are causing significant challenges and uncertainty for our businesses. However, one thing we know with certainty, is that our industry has prospered through its ability to innovate, adapt and utilise new technologies.
The WA Mining Club Young Professionals aspires to drive diversification and innovation within the mining industry, through creation of a forum that supports development and retention of young professionals. We will establish a career-long network of individuals who are building their careers in mining.
Members of the WA Mining Club receive access to a broad range of industry speakers, who discuss technical, operational, legislative and regulatory matters, as well as sharing thoughts on the broader industry.
Our monthly luncheons are regularly attended by in excess of 300 members, all eager to listen, talk and share information about their experiences with their industry peers.
Being a member of the WA Mining Club provides the very best opportunity around to meet other industry professionals and discuss topical issues, challenges and innovations with others across the spectrum of the Western Australian mining industry.