Working Groups are at the very heart of GSE.

There are more than 150 Working Groups across Europe where successful case studies are presented and practical experience in all aspects of IT is exchanged. As a result, better-informed decisions can be made by both individual members and member companies to ensure installations are more effective. The groups also ensure that all members are empowered with the knowledge to meet their professional challenges and are provided with a unique insight into future technology and solutions.

Working Groups are also key to identifying specific subjects, requirements and concerns that can then be explored fully as part of conference programmes.

Working Groups raise issues which are picked up for direct discussion and negotiation with senior IBM representatives, or which become the objectives of international projects. Active member participation in these groups is fundamental to the aims of the GSE. As such, there are numerous opportunities to share ideas and solutions with industry colleagues, both on a regional and international level.

The objectives of the Young Professionals user group.

  • Creating a bridge between the students of the high schools/universities and the young professional s of the IT department of the (large) companies.
  • Sharing of experiences of the start of an IT career 
  • Learning about the possibilities within an IT career
  • Exchanging information about the organization of the IT department within a company
  • Exchanging information about the different roles within an IT department

Events.

On a yearly basis, we plan the following day events :

  • One event planned in May
  • One event planned in November

The location of the events will be at a university (college) or at a GSE member. 

Social media.

For updates and more news you can follow us on: 
Twitter: @gseyoungpro.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gseyoungprofessionals/
LinkedIn: GSE Young Professionals

Sponsors.

We are looking for some sponsors to successfully arrange our events.