Student & Young Professional Activities Committee
Helping computing students and early career members find their professional identity by providing unique engagement opportunities and access to a wide range of resources such as membership, mentoring, competitions, skill building, scholarships and much more!

The Student & Young Professional Activities Committee is a standing committee of the IEEE Computer Society Member and Geographic Activities Board and is responsible for designing membership activities to specifically address the needs of students and early career members.  Its primary objectives are to:

  • Design initiatives and projects specifically designed to address the needs of students and / or early career professionals at the local level at the chapter, section, regional, and international levels.
  • Create educational, technical, and professional development opportunities that emphasize the value of IEEE Computer Society Membership.
  • Represents the views of students and early career professionals to the IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors,  its standing committees as well as the IEEE Students and Young Professionals Affinity Groups.

To learn more about the activities of the Student and Young Professional Activities Committee, visit

To get more involved with this committee please email


Meet the Team

Chair: Shivam Abhilash

Immediate Past Chair: Megha Ben

Membership Development: Saptarshi Ghosh

Secretary: Sai Teja

Webmaster: Jay Tibrewal


Initiatives / Programs Leads

Scholarship Outreach Initiative: Sai Divya Nallapaneni

Global SYP Congress: Chamika Sudaingha

YP Micro Mentoring Program:  Jibin Sabu

TechX: Sneha Hedge

Technergize: Vacant

AICCSYC’23: Vacant

CSIS’23: Vacant

Open positions can be filled via self-nomination/volunteer recommendations. If you are interested in knowing more about the roles, please mail us at If you would like to nominate a volunteer/ self nominate yourself to any of the vacant roles, kindly fill this form.


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