The CURT Young Professionals Network
The CURT Young Professionals are the VOICE of the next generation of the construction industry – Owners, Contractors, Engineers, and Designers. The primary purpose of CURT’s Young Professionals committee is to promote the goals of the Construction Users Roundtable, to foster influential networks of Owner and Construction Organizations, and to assist in the development of the industry’s young talent.
They focus on building meaningful relationships, identifying development needs of the construction workforce, and presenting opportunities for improving the way we build. The Young Professionals committee strives to engage upcoming leaders within the construction industry to enable effective collaboration between current and future industry professionals and provide a forum to develop the young professionals of today into effective leaders of tomorrow.
College students who prefer working for a company with a formal "Rotational Program"
Young Professionals without access to a formal Knowledge Transfer Program at work
Young Professionals who do not participate in company mentoring due to a lack of support
As a CURT Young Professional, you will:
- Have a Voice – CURT YPs can stand up and be heard in a forum that allows them to openly share ideas to improve the construction industry.
- Build a Network – CURT YPs establish lasting relationships with existing and future industry leaders.
- Become a Leader – CURT YPs enhance leadership and management skills through active participation in CURTs broad portfolio of development tools.
- Gain Valuable Perspective – CURT YPs have the unique opportunity to broaden their understanding of what it takes to succeed by viewing the industry through the collaborative lens of Owners and their industry partners.
We also encourage you to register with us here for communications, resources and connectivity to other CURT member professionals.
Where in the world are the CYPs?
Gerry Sprentall - Intel Corporation
Lamont Johnson - S & B Engineers & Constructors
Ryan Tipple - Jacobs Engineering
Jan Tuchman - Engineering News Record
Other Young Professional informational links that may interest you: